KINGSVILLE, Texas (AP) — Brian DeAngelis has resigned as Texas A&M-Kingsville’s athletic director after just 80 days on the job.
The university announced the resignation in a terse one-sentence statement on Thursday. The statement said the move was effective Wednesday.
University Chief of Staff Randy Hughes told the Corpus Christi Caller-Times that DeAngelis didn’t give a reason for his resignation. A message left at DeAngelis’ home by The Associated Press on Thursday evening wasn’t returned.
Vice President for Institutional Advancement D. Scott Gines will assume operational control of the athletic department as a search for a new director begins.