Andy Reilly was named Coordinator of Event Management & Facilities in October 2010 and is in his second year at Bradley after spending the previous year as Events and Game Operations Manager at UNC Wilmington.
Reilly's main duties at Bradley include game management, oversight of NCAA and Conference championship events, management of selected athletic department facilities and scheduling of practice facilities. He was responsible for developing and implementing an event management and game operations program while at UNC Wilmington, where he managed game-day operations and logistics for all Seahawk athletic events.
A graduate of the University of Minnesota with a degree in sport management, Reilly earned a master's degree from Akron in sport science/coaching. His duties at UNC Wilmington also included oversight of parking, concessions and housekeeping at home athletic events, in addition to his event management and game operations functions. While with the Seahawks, Reilly served as a tournament manager for the Colonial Athletic Association's baseball and men's soccer championships.
In addition, Reilly oversaw the training and evaluation of student/event staff during home events at UNC Wilmington and developed the Seahawks event staff manual.
While working on his master's degree at Akron, Reilly served as Facilities and Operations Graduate Assistant. In his position with the Zips, he was an event operations manager at football, men's and women's soccer, volleyball, baseball, softball and men's and women's basketball home events. Reilly worked on an Arena Research Study detailing the purpose of potential construction of a new multi-purpose facility. He was a tournament manager for the 2008 Mid-American Conference Men's Soccer Championship and was a game manager for Akron's 2007 NCAA Men's Soccer Second Round game.
During his time as an undergraduate at Minnesota, Reilly worked as an event management assistant where he served as an event manager at women's soccer, women's hockey, men's gymnastics, softball and wrestling home events. He also assisted with event management at men's hockey, women's gymnastics and baseball home events for the Golden Gophers.