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Andy Humes

Andy Humes

Andy Humes was named Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance Services at the University of South Carolina on Jan. 5, 2023.

Humes comes to South Carolina from the University of Missouri where he served as Executive Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Administration from April 2018 to June 2020 and Deputy Athletics Director for Administration from June 2020 to December 2021.

In this role, Humes serves as the primary liaison overseeing the operations of the Office of Compliance Services, as well as providing legislative interpretations to South Carolina coaches and staff. He also serves as the primary compliance liaison for the football and men’s basketball teams, while assisting with all other varsity sports.

Humes joined the Mizzou staff from San Diego State University, where he had served as the Aztecs’ Associate Athletics Director of Compliance from 2015-18.

Prior to moving to the West Coast, Humes spent seven years at his alma mater, Indiana University, serving one year (2008-09) as Compliance Coordinator before being promoted into the Director of Compliance role, where he served for six years before taking the top compliance job at San Diego State. While at Indiana, Humes also served as an adjunct professor of graduate level courses in NCAA compliance and legal issues within the sports industry. In addition, he taught business law classes at a local community college.

After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Indiana in 2002, Humes completed his Juris Doctor at the University, graduating cum laude in 2005. He then spent three years as an associate in business litigation for Ice Miller, LLP, in Indianapolis, then returned to his hometown of Bloomington, Indiana, to begin his intercollegiate athletics career in compliance with the Hoosiers.

Humes is an active member of the National Association for Athletics Compliance (NAAC). His wife’s name is Aimee.