CHEYENE, WYO. — Laramie County Community College has named Clark Rasmussen as the new director of athletics and campus recreation.
Rasmussen joins the Golden Eagles after serving as the assistant athletic director at the College of Southern Idaho. While there, he was heavily involved with fundraising, promotions, corporate partnerships, mass and multimedia exposure, as well as direct work with the teams and the facilities.
Additionally, Rasmussen was part of the Atlanta Falcons organization, serving as their operations and logistics intern for training camps, emphasizing everything from team travel to game day operations to facility management. He has also spent time as an account executive with the Idaho Stampede, which was part of the NBA Developmental League.
"LCCC is absolutely an appealing school, an intriguing school," he said. "They historically do well with athletics, and I just want to be able to add my energy and enthusiasm to the programs and to the community."
Originally from Boise, Idaho, he graduated from Idaho State University with a bachelor's degree in sport management. He also played baseball at Treasure Valley Community College.
Rasmussen replaces Scott Noble, who left LCCC earlier this year to become athletic director at Western New Mexico University.
For more information about Golden Eagle athletics, visit GoLCCC.com.