Mark E. Mullin

Athletic Director, Ex-Officio Member

About Mark E. Mullin

Mark Mullin is in his 20th year as Missouri S&T’s director of athletics (SUGGESTION - ADD YEAR MARK STARTED INSTEAD OF TRYING TO KEEP EACH YEAR UPDATED) where he oversees a program that has consistently finished in the top one-third of the Learfield Sports Director's Cup Standings. The Miner program has enjoyed great success both on and off the field during his tenure.  Academically, Missouri S&T has had 34 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America award winners since 2000, the fourth-highest total among NCAA Division II institutions.  During the 2010-11 school year, Missouri S&T enjoyed a great deal of athletic success headlined by seven teams participating in NCAA national competition, 15 student-athletes earning All-America honors and 37 all-conference selections from the Great Lakes Valley Conference. The success also carried over to the academic side, where S&T had 150 student-athletes post a grade point average of at least 3.5 to earn the S&T scholar-athlete awards. Academic all-conference awards were achieved by 127 Miner student-athletes last season. In addition to his duties as athletics director, Mullin served as swimming and diving coach for 12 years and led the Miners to a 96-27 dual meet record and seven regional championships; two of his teams have been inducted into the Miner Athletic Hall of Fame.  His final team finished third at the 1998 NCAA Division II Championships, the highest finish ever for a Miner athletic team at an NCAA championship event at the time.  Mullin has served two terms as the national chair of the NCAA Division II men's and women's swimming and diving committee and has also served multiple terms on the men's basketball and football NCAA regional advisory committees for the region. He served a two-year term as the president of the MIAA after spending the two prior years as the conference's vice president prior to S&T’s switch to the GLVC. He recently was elected and served as the conference director of athletics representative on the GLVC Executive Committee.  Mullin and his wife Joanie have four daughters, Elizabeth, Katie, Melissa, and Nina and 10 grandchildren.