With longtime Athletic Director Corey Goff slated to leave Muhlenberg at the end of the 2017-2018 school year, the search for his replacement is in full swing.
In March, Goff accepted the position of director of athletics and physical education at Ransom Everglades School, an independent college preparatory school in Miami, Fla. Goff came to Muhlenberg in 2000 as an assistant football coach, served as head baseball coach from 2006-2012, and was named athletic director in 2012. He also served as acting football coach this past fall, and led the Mules to an ECAC Bowl win.
“I will forever be grateful to Muhlenberg and the tremendous collection of people who have helped make my 18-year tenure at the college such a positive and rewarding experience for my family and me,” said Goff on his departure.
The hunt for Goff’s replacement has been led by a joint effort between the College’s administrators, along with the leaders within the athletic department.
Student athletes have been invited to attend scheduled Q&A sessions with each of the final four candidates. This will give students a chance to get to know the potential hires better, along with sharing their own views on the current and relevant issues pertaining to the athletic department.
With the decision likely to come by the end of the month, it is an exciting time as Muhlenberg Athletics prepares to head in a new direction.