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Mike Bohn (born November 16, 1960) is the athletic director at the University of Cincinnati, hired in February 2014.[1] He previously held the same position at the University of Colorado, San Diego State University, and the University of Idaho.[2][3][4] Born in Hinsdale, Illinois, Bohn's family moved to Boulder, Colorado, when he was a year old. He was a three-sport athlete at Boulder High School and graduated in 1979. Bohn played football and baseball at the University of Kansas
University of Kansas
and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1983. He earned a master's degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1984. Bohn was appointed at Colorado on April 13, 2005, succeeding Jack Lengyel, and his appointment was extended for a second five-year term in 2010.[5] He was encouraged by the administration to resign on May 28, 2013.[6][7] At Cincinnati, Bohn succeeds Whit Babcock, who left for Virginia Tech.[8] References[edit]

^ "Cincinnati Hires Former Colorado AD Mike Bohn". ESPN. Associated Press. February 6, 2014. Retrieved February 6, 2014.  ^ Meehan, Jim (October 7, 2003). "Bohn heading to San Diego". Spokesman-Review. p. C1.  ^ "Bohn leaving San Diego State for CU". ESPN. Associated Press. April 12, 2005. Retrieved September 25, 2012.  ^ Rocky Mountain News December 7, 2005. Rocky Mountain News ^ "Colorado's Mike Bohn gets 5-year deal". ESPN. Associated Press. August 10, 2011. Retrieved March 15, 2014.  ^ Krause, David (May 28, 2013). " Mike Bohn resigns as Colorado Buffaloes athletic director". Buff Zone. (Denver Post). Retrieved March 15, 2014.  ^ "Buffs' decision blindsided Mike Bohn". ESPN. Associated Press. May 31, 2013. Retrieved March 15, 2014.  ^ Frei, Terry (February 10, 2014). " Mike Bohn eager to point Cincinnati Bearcats
Cincinnati Bearcats
in right direction as AD". Denver Post. Retrieved March 15, 2014. 

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Idaho Vandals athletic directors

Wilfred C. Bleamaster
Wilfred C. Bleamaster
(1918–1920) Thomas Kelley (1920–1922) Robert L. Mathews (1922–1926) Charles F. Erb
Charles F. Erb
(1926–1928) Ralph Hutchinson
Ralph Hutchinson
(1928–1929) Leo Calland (1929–1934) Ted Bank
Ted Bank
(1935–1941) George Greene (1941–1943) James A. Brown # (1943–1946) George Greene (1946–1950) Gale Mix (1950–1954) Robert Gibb (1954–1960) Skip Stahley (1960–1964) John Thomas # (1964–1965) Paul Ostyn (1965–1969) Ed Knecht (1969–1973) Leon Green (1973–1977) Bill Belknap (1977–1988) Gary Hunter (1988–1992) Pete Liske (1992–1996) Oval Jaynes (1996–1998) Mike Bohn (1998–2003) Rob Spear (2003– )

# denotes interim athletic director

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San Diego State Aztecs
San Diego State Aztecs
athletic directors

C. E. Peterson Morris Gross (1935–1941) Carl H. Young Charles R. Smith (1947–1954) Gander Terry Al Olsen Ken Karr (1968–1979) Cedric Dempsey (1979) Gene Bourdet (1979–1983) Mary Alice Hill (1983–1985) Fred Miller (1985–1995) Rick Bay
Rick Bay
(1995–2003) Mike Bohn (2003–2005) Jeff Schemmel (2005–2009) Jim Sterk (2010– )

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Colorado Buffaloes
Colorado Buffaloes
athletic directors

Harry Carlson (1927–1965) Eddie Crowder
Eddie Crowder
(1965–1984) Bill Marolt
Bill Marolt
(1984–1996) Dick Tharp (1996–2004) Jack Lengyel # (2004–2005) Mike Bohn (2005–2013) Ceal Barry # (2013) Rick George (2013– )

# denotes interim athletic director.

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Cincinnati Bearcats
Cincinnati Bearcats
athletic directors

Boyd Chambers
Boyd Chambers
(?–1927) George Babcock (1927–1932) Dana M. King (1932–1936) Charles Mileham (1936–1960) George Smith (1960–1973) Hindman Wall (1973–1976) Bill Jenike (1976–1980) Mike McGee (1980–1984) Carl Meyer (1985–1988) Rick Taylor (1988–1994) Gerald O'Dell (1994–1997) Anthony Perzigian # (1997) Bob Goin (1997–2005) Mike Thomas (2005–2011) Whit Babcock (2011–2014) Desiree Reed-Francois # (2014) Mike Bohn (2014– )

# denotes interim athletic director.

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Current athletic directors of the American Athletic Conference

Mike Bohn (Cincinnati) David Benedict (Connecticut) Jeff Compher (East Carolina) Chris Pezman (Houston) Tom Bowen (Memphis) Rick Hart (SMU) Doug Woolard (South Florida) Kevin G. Clark (Temple) Troy Dannen (Tulane) Derrick Gragg (Tulsa) Danny White (UCF) Darron Boatrig

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