|1997–2002 California (asst. AD)|
Role Athletic director
Titles Athletic director
Conference Big Ten Conference
Name Kevin Anderson
|2002–2004 Oregon State (asst. AD)|
Education San Francisco State University
Team University of Maryland, College Park
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Kevin Bruce Anderson (born August 5, 1955) is an American college athletics administrator who is currently the athletic director for the Maryland Terrapins, the NCAA Division I sports program of the University of Maryland, College Park.
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Early life and education
Anderson grew up in San Francisco and attended Abraham Lincoln High School, where he was a multi-sport athlete. He is a 1979 graduate of San Francisco State University with a bachelor's degree in political science. After a stint as a high school football coach, Anderson attended the Sports Management Institute's executive management program and the new manager school at Xerox.
Following Xerox, Anderson began a fundraising role at the United Negro College Fund at the recommendation of the vice president at the University of California, Berkeley. Ultimately, Anderson entered college athletics at UC Berkeley at age 32
Anderson's first athletic director position was at the United States Military Academy, where he directed the Army Black Knights from 2004-2010. At Army, Anderson was responsible for a 25-sport program, and an annual budget of $25 million, that served more than 900 cadet-athletes .
Anderson's Maryland athletic director contract is for five years (2010–2015) at $401,015 annually, and offers up to $50,000 collectively in incentives for athletes' graduation rates and academic achievements, athletic fund-raising, and team success.