Husson Athletic Director Bob Reasso Accepts Position at Pfeiffer University
Date of Release: April 30, 2013
Husson Athletic Director Bob Reasso has accepted a position at his alma mater Pfeiffer University as V.P., Athletic Director, and Varsity Men's Soccer Coach. He will be leaving Husson in mid-May.
"It's very difficult to leave Husson, but I could not pass up going back to my alma mater and the opportunity to coach again," said Reasso. "I have had a wonderful 3 years here. I want to thank President Clark for all his support. He is a great leader and I have enjoyed working with him. I am going to miss my incredible staff, coaches, and our outstanding student athletes. They have all enriched my life immensely. I will also miss all the wonderful friends I have made at Husson and in the greater Bangor community."
"Bob Reasso has been an exceptional student-centered Athletic Director," said Husson President Robert Clark. "We are appreciative of his time at Husson and recognize the opportunity presented to him at his alma mater, Pfeiffer University. The entire Husson community thanks him for his service and wishes him well in his new responsibilities."
Warren Caruso, long-time men's basketball coach at Husson has been named interim Athletic Director and will assume those duties on May 10. "I am humbled by the opportunity to serve as the interim Athletic Director. Husson has been a part of my life for 29 years and I have a great passion for the university and the athletic department. Bob Reasso has transformed the department over the past three years and we have all gained a great perspective from his leadership. I look forward to building on this success and strengthening our university even further."
Caruso, who will continue as head men's basketball coach, had previously served as Associate Athletic Director from 2003-2009. He also holds the position of Executive Director for Advancement at Husson. Caruso earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Accounting and a Master of Science in Business from Husson.
Husson will begin a national search for a new Athletic Director immediately.