Former Indiana guard and administrator Chris Reynolds, now the vice president of intercollegiate athletics at Bradley, will chair the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee for the 2022-23 school year according to an NCAA release. That also means he will chair the committee that selects the field for the NCAA Tournament.
Reynolds played at Indiana from 1989-93, helping the Hoosiers win Big Ten titles in 1991 and 1993 and a spot in the Final Four in 1992. He got his bachelor’s degree, law degree and Ph.D from Indiana and spent nine years in senior level roles in the Indiana athletic department. He became a senior associate athletic director in 2004 and was there until 2012 when he left to become a deputy athletic director at Northwestern.
During his undergraduate years, the Peoria, Ill. product played in 129 games for Bob Knight, starting 53 times. He scored 480 points and added 356 assists and 135 steals against 152 turnovers.
“Serving as a member of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee over the past three years has been an honor and to be selected by my peers to serve as chair of the committee for the 2022-23 academic year is humbling,” Reynolds said in the NCAA release. “I look forward to supporting Tom Burnett, our chair for this upcoming year, in the role of vice chair and continuing to work with our committee colleagues, Dan Gavitt and the NCAA staff.”
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