Cobleskill Tabs Curran-Headley

July 28, 2017

SUNY Cobleskill announced that Marie Curran-Headley will join the College as its new Athletic Director beginning August 14. Curran-Headley brings valuable experience in strategic leadership and diversity initiatives, large-scale tournament organization, fiscal management, and athletics administration. 

"It is my pleasure to welcome Marie Curran-Headley to SUNY Cobleskill," said SUNY Cobleskill President Dr. Marion A. Terenzio. "Her successes as a leader, a manager, a coach, and an athlete will greatly benefit the entire campus community. We look forward to a bright future of Fighting Tiger Athletics under her guidance and vision."

"I am truly honored and humbled to be given the opportunity to lead the Athletic Department at SUNY Cobleskill. I want to thank President Marion Terenzio and Vice President for Student Affairs Anne Hopkins Gross for their confidence in me," Curran-Headley said. "I am passionate about the success of our student athletes and dedicated to enhancing their overall experience on and off the field. We will work to build on our past success and rise higher in our future. It is a privilege to join the Fighting Tiger family."

At SUNY Cobleskill, Curran-Headley will oversee 19 individual and team NCAA Division III sports and more than 250 Fighting Tiger athletes. She is the sixth person to hold the position since SUNY Cobleskill became affiliated with a national governing body in 1946.

Curran-Headley comes to SUNY Cobleskill from The State University of New York College at Buffalo, where she served as Assistant Director of Athletics. Prior to working at Buffalo State, Curran-Headley acquired 13 years of Division I coaching experience and had an accomplished four-year softball career at the Division III level. She has coached softball at the University at Buffalo, Northern Illinois University, and Creighton University.

Curran-Headley is pursuing a Ph.D. in educational leadership from the University at Buffalo. She holds a bachelor's in exercise science from Trenton State, a master's in sports administration from Canisius and a master's of library science from UB. She is a member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association and the National Association of Collegiate Woman Athletic Administrators.

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