Collin Crick enters his sixth year as the NCAA Champs/Life Skills Director and Athletics Academic Advisor for the athletics department and his 11th year at the University of South Carolina. He serves as the academic advisor for the men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s tennis teams. In 2003, South Carolina was recognized by the Division 1-A Athletics Directors’ Association as a CHAMPS/Life Skills “Program of Excellence.”
Prior to working for the athletics department, Crick worked as an academic
advisor for two years in the USC Moore School of Business and three years as
an admissions counselor for USC undergraduate admissions.
The native of South Carolina is the coordinator for “Team Gamecocks,” the community outreach program for the athletics department. Crick is also the advisor to SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee), a University 101 course instructor and a member of the Harvest Hope Food Bank Board of Directors. He received a master’s degree in higher education administration from USC in 2004 and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from South Carolina in 1997.
Crick’s wife, Betsy, is also a native of South Carolina and a graduate of the University. The couple has a daughter, Hailey, 1.