Joyner to Remain AD through Remainder of Penn State President's Term

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This past Friday, Dr. David Joyner welcomed Quentin Wright as the 27th member of Penn State's 100-win club.


This past Friday, Dr. David Joyner welcomed Quentin Wright as the 27th member of Penn State's 100-win club.

Jan. 21, 2013

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State announced today (Jan. 21) that President Rodney Erickson has named David M. Joyner as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics through the remainder of Erickson's term of office, at which time a national search will be conducted.

"I have confidence in Dr. Joyner and want him to continue as part of my leadership team while I am president," said Erickson.

Joyner received his bachelor's degree in science from Penn State in 1972 and his M.D. from Penn State's College of Medicine in 1976. Following residencies in general and orthopedic surgery at The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and a brief stint in the World Football League, Joyner began a medical career with a sports medicine emphasis. Joyner is known internationally for his extensive experience with the U.S. Olympic Committee, including head U.S. Team physician for the 1992 Olympic Winter Games. Joyner was named acting athletic director in November 2011.

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