C-USA Names Tre Stallings Associate Commissioner

DALLAS – Conference USA Commissioner Judy MacLeod announced today that Tre Stallings has been named Associate Commissioner for the league.  In this role, he will be responsible for managing all of the league’s operations for Football.
Stallings comes to C-USA following two years at the NCAA office, where he served as Assistant Director of Enforcement.  In that role, he worked closely with FBS conferences and institutions, utilizing his knowledge of football and NCAA legislation to effectively monitor and enforce rules compliance.  He provided assistance and education to football coaching staff members in NCAA rules compliance and worked with sports entities such as the NFL, NFLPA, apparel companies and college football all-star games. 
Prior to his stint at the NCAA, Stallings spent two years as the Director of Player Development at the University of Illinois.  He served as the primary point of contact for all football student-athlete related matters, developed and directed educational initiatives, curriculums, and leadership training for student-athletes and staff. 
Stallings also worked in the NFL, serving as the Director of Player engagement for the Tennessee Titans.  In that position, he managed departmental budget and resources to support football operations, developed and directed educational initiatives and leadership training for players and staff, in addition to providing scouting assistance to the pro personnel department. 
“We are very excited to welcome Tre to C-USA,” said MacLeod.  “His experiences, skills and overall perspective will allow him to make an immediate impact and provide quality service to our members.”
With Conference USA, Stallings will be responsible for the conference’s football operations, including officiating, scheduling, game operations, player conduct and safety and more.  He will also oversee community relations efforts and health and safety initiatives.
“I look forward to serving the Conference USA membership by building genuine relationships with our football coaches, athletics administrators and most importantly, our student-athletes,” said Stallings.  “Conference USA is proudly committed to excellence, integrity, leadership and student-athlete success in academics, community and competition.  My family and I are immensely ecstatic to join the C-USA family.”
Stallings began his career in college athletics working at a pair of FBS Conference offices.  He spent one year each at the Pac-12 and the SEC, serving in a variety of roles, including Communications, Video and Championships, while working with Student-Athletic Advisory Committees at both leagues.
An active participant in community service, Stallings has been a part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Under the Bridge Ministries, United Way and the Boys and Girls Club.  He has also spent time coaching youth basketball and football.
Stallings played four seasons in the National Football League, making playoff appearances with the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs.  The offensive lineman was selected by the Chiefs in the sixth round of the 2006 NFL Draft. 
A Mississippi native, Stallings played college football at Ole Miss, earning a B.A. in Mathematics in 2005.  He is currently working to complete the Business Administration master’s program at Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business.


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