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Terry Holland shifts to new fund-raising post

Terry Holland, athletics director at the University for the past six years, will leave that position on June 1 to become a special assistant to President John T. Casteen III.

In his new role, Holland will represent U.Va. athletics to external constituencies, especially in planning for a facility to replace University Hall. He also will be involved with the University’s sports-marketing efforts.

“The achievements of our athletics programs under Terry’s leadership have been remarkable,” Casteen said.

Senior associate athletics director Craig Littlepage will serve as interim athletics director while the University conducts a national search to fill the position.

“It became apparent to me … that overseeing a major fundraising project and managing the ‘hands-on’ needs of the athletics department were not compatible, at least in terms of my expectations and abilities,” Holland said in announcing the transition to athletics staff. “This move allows me to focus on a project that is very dear to my heart.”

Two years ago, the Board of Visitors approved initial planning for a facility to replace University Hall. That project, for a multi-use building on Massie Road near Emmet Street, is on U.Va.’s six-year capital projects list submitted to the state last month. Private fundraising is expected to begin this summer, Casteen said.


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