Courtesy: Coastal Collegiate Sports Association (CCSA)
ATLANTA, Ga. – The Coastal Collegiate Sports Association (CCSA) announced Wednesday that Kelcey Roegiers has been named the Executive Director of Beach Volleyball while Porscha Tidwell will assume the same role for the sports of Men’s and Women’s Swimming & Diving.
Roegiers is the Senior Associate Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator and Chief Diversity Officer at Georgia State University. She oversees the compliance, academics, strength and conditioning, life skills, and sports medicine departments, and serves as the Title IX Deputy Coordinator. She also serves as sport supervisor for Women’s Basketball, Court Volleyball, Beach Volleyball, Men’s Soccer, and Women’s Soccer.
Tidwell, Assistant Commissioner of Compliance & Governance Services with the ASUN Conference, manages the daily operations of the ASUN’s compliance program and is the league’s liaison for Women’s Soccer. Her other duties include overseeing the coaches’ certification, national letter of intent, hardship petitions and student assistance funds. She also assists with the conference’s SAAC and the ASUN Academic Performance Rate success initiatives while also serving as the league’s liaison with the member institutions Compliance Administrators and the Academic Coordinators.
For the second consecutive year, the CCSA Swimming and Diving Championships will be held at the Liberty Natatorium in Lynchburg, Va., taking place Feb. 16-19. This season’s CCSA Beach Volleyball Championship returns to Huntsville, Ala., to be held at the John Hunt Sand Volleyball Complex on April 28-30.