Brendan Fouracre joined the Athletics Department in August of 2011 as the Associate Athletics Director for Facilities and Operations and was promoted to Senior Associate Athletics Director in April of 2012.
As a member of the executive staff, Fouracre 's responsibilities include supervision of the women's soccer and the women's lacrosse program. He also supervises the Facilities and Operations department, and the Strength and Conditioning Department, as well as directs all capital projects for the athletic department. Under his guidance, the athletic department is in the midst of experiencing over $90 million dollars in renovations and construction of athletic facility projects. Most recently this includes the Nippert Stadium renovations.
Fouracre came to UC after spending the last six years as the director of game and event management and facility scheduling at Louisiana State University where he oversaw all athletic event management functions, including managing the overall game management budget of approximately $1.5 million. Additionally, he served as director of the Pete Maravich Assembly Center (PMAC), a 13,215 seat on-campus facility. He administered budgets, represented the PMAC for contracted events and oversaw all facility improvements, including the new competition and practice gym floor
Prior to LSU, Fouracre had a four-year stint at Illinois State where he directed game operations for 19 varsity sports and managed two NCAA Regional Championships and several Missouri Valley Conference championships.
He began his career in facilities management at University of Florida in 1999, where he provided game management for home athletic contests, assisted with capital improvement projects and supervised game day operations and staff on football game days.
As first Vice President of the Collegiate Event and Facility Management Association's (CEFMA), Fouracre graduated with a degree in physical education with a concentration in athletic administration from Springfield College in 1992. He later went on to pursue his master's from Springfield in 1999, while serving as the assistant baseball coach for his alma mater.