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Sport Management

Learning Beyond the Classroom

Students majoring in Sport Management have a number of opportunities to enhance their learning beyond the classroom. They tour sports facilities, hear from guest speakers and have the opportunity to join our Sport Management Club. 

The Sport Management Club provides several unique opportunities for students who are interested in Sport Management:

  • It connects freshmen to senior students on a level not always possible during classes
  • It allows students to explore interests outside of classes, which could be important in deciding what to study and what to pursue as a career
  • It helps students connect with external stakeholders and groups such as alumni and national professional organizations

Tour of Sports Facilities

  • Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)
  • TD Garden (Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins)
  • LeLacheur Park (Lowell Spinners; Minor League Baseball)
  • Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots)

Class Guest Speakers (past 2 years)

  • Jon Goods, Vice President of Communications at Lowell Spinners (Minor League Baseball) (Fall, 2010)
  • Ben Park, Player Development, LA Dodgers (Fall, 2010)
  • Dave McGillivray, Boston Marathon Race Director, President of DMSE Sports, Inc. (Spring, 2011)
  • Maureen Mullen, Author/Freelance Writer,, Boston Globe, Associated Press, USA Today (Spring, 2011) 
  • Andrew Clark, Author of “Bracketeering: The Layman’s Guide to Picking the Madness in March” (Spring, 2011)
  • David Rourke, Director of Media Relations, Atlantic Hockey Association (Spring, 2011)
  • Jon Boswell, Director of Media Relations at Lowell Spinners (Minor League Baseball) (Spring, 2012)

 Career Event Guest Speakers (Spring 2012)

  • Joe Bertagna, Commissioner, Hockey East Association  
  • Michael Hall, Director of New Media at NESN
  • Jon Goods, Vice President of Communications at Lowell Spinners (Minor League Baseball)