Chris McIntosh began his tenure as Director of Athletics at Wisconsin on July 1, 2021. McIntosh previously served as Wisconsin's deputy athletic director since 2017 under former Wisconsin director of athletics Barry Alvarez. McIntosh, a consensus All-America offensive tackle who captained Wisconsin’s back-to-back Big Ten and Rose Bowl champions in 1998 and 1999, returned to UW in 2014 after a successful business career.
During his time at Wisconsin, student-athletes have excelled both athletically and academically. The overall Graduation Success Rate for UW student-athletes is 91 percent, including record highs in each of the last three years. He has also been a part of outstanding athletic success in his six-plus years as an administrator. The football team has made three appearances in New Year’s Six bowl games, the men’s basketball team won the 2020 Big Ten title, the women’s hockey team has won two national championships, the volleyball team has won two Big Ten titles and finished as the national runner-up in 2019 and the men’s hockey team won the 2021 Big Ten crown.
Full bio here, uwbadgers.com/staff-directory/chris-mcintosh/623
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