Lakeland College Athletic Director Al Rogan is no longer President of the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association.
He made his announcement earlier this week during the association’s annual meeting.
Rogan won’t be completely leaving the executive table as he has agreed on for the upcoming season as Vice President Governance.
The CCAA said he had been an asset that has left his mark on the organization.
“Alan is one of the most down to earth people whom I’ve met, and he genuinely cares about the student-athlete, the student-athlete experience and how the CCAA provides it,” said Rogan’s successor, Vince Amato.
During his tenure, he had brought forth the addition of a sixth conference, the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC).
Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference CEO Mark Kosak commends Rogan’s leadership abilities during the pandemic.
“Alan was a CCAA leader who led by his example about how we need to rationally consider all opinions and angles before we settle on a resolution.”
Rogan was Director of the CCAA for 13 years before taking a seat at the executive table serving as a VP for five years.