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Driscoll to Retire

End of an Era

The longest tenured athletics director in the Colonial Athletic Association, William & Mary’s Terry Driscoll, will retire from William & Mary on June 30, 2017. During Driscoll’s time as the head of the athletics program, W&M teams have compiled a league-best 114 CAA championships. Academically, Driscoll has overseen a program in which 118 teams have had NCAA graduation rates of 100 percent. Since the CAA instituted its scholar athlete of the year award in 2002-03, W&M has won 67 awards, 26 more than the next highest school. In addition, Driscoll has overseen the construction of more than $50 million in new facilities.

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