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Wake Tech AD has busy summer building program

Posted June 5, 2008

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— The first athletic director at Wake Tech has coaching and administration on his resume.

Barry Street took the inaugural role on June 2. He previously worked at Montgomery College in Rockville, Md., where he also coached basketball.

“He has the sports expertise, the leadership skills and the enthusiasm we need," Dr. Stephen Scott, Wake Tech president, said.

Street will spend the summer hiring coaches and scheduling games as the community college prepares for the fall season of men’s soccer, women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s golf.

Basketball and softball teams are planned for 2009 and 2010, respectively.

“It’s great to have this unique opportunity to start an athletics program from the ground floor," Street said at his public introduction Thursday.

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  • baconricky Jun 5, 2008

    Hey guys, anyone thought about NCSU beating them at the basket-ball????!?

  • APO75 Jun 5, 2008

    I think that NCSU is going to have problems with Wake Tech in basketball!!!!

  • tarheelalum Jun 5, 2008

    lolol@37

  • CAROLINA43 Jun 5, 2008

    Went to High School with Barry; he'll be a great AD for Wake Tech.

  • Coach K is GREAT Jun 5, 2008

    It will be good for NCSU to get a local rival it can beat in basketball.
    37
    GOLO member since July 4, 2007
    June 5, 2008 1:08 p.m.

    OUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 37 Jun 5, 2008

    It will be good for NCSU to get a local rival it can beat in basketball.

  • twc Jun 5, 2008

    Good luck!! Looking forward to Wake Tech sports. Can't wait for softball! I'll go ahead and be the first to ask: When are we getting lights for the softball stadium? just kidding! Hope it turns out well!!