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Brunk moves to Peach Belt post
The NCAA News
David Brunk has been selected as commissioner of the Peach Belt Conference after serving as commissioner of the Northeast-10 Conference for the past nine years.
Brunk was the first full-time commissioner of the Northeast-10, beginning his tenure in 1998. Under his leadership, the conference added five institutions and expanded the number of championship sports offered to 23, the most offered by any Division II conference. The Northeast-10 also has been among national leaders in student-athlete graduation rates.
Before his time with the Northeast-10, Brunk worked in development and served as head softball coach at Morehead State University. He also spent eight years at the NCAA national office, working in the membership services department.
Brunk will become the second commissioner of the Peach Belt, replacing Marvin Vanover, who will retire on June 30 after 16 years with the conference.
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