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Antrione Archer joined the Bearcats in the Summer of 2011 as the Director of Player Welfare & Development.
In his role, Archer will work directly with UC's student-athletes, providing guidance and counsel and ensuring they are adhering to the program goals and policies regarding intellectual, social, spiritual, physical, and skill development.
He will also help manage many of UC's off-the-field responsibilities including overseeing the highly-successful Cats In The Community program. Prior to joining the Bearcats, Archer worked in private business in Cincinnati for several years.
The Tennille, Ga. native was a two-year letterwinner for head coach Butch Jones at Central Michigan (2007-08). He overcame a viral heart condition which caused him to miss the 2005 and 2006 seasons. He was part of two Mid-American Conference Championship teams and a Motor City Bowl Championship squad.
He earned a bachelor's degree in sports management with a minor in marketing from CMU in 2008.
Archer and his wife Twinkle have a son Antrione Jr.