Brad Duckworth enters his third year as the Director of Athletics at UW-Stevens Point in 2018-19. He came to UWSP in July 2016 after nine years at Alverno College in Milwaukee.
At Alverno, Duckworth was the Director of Athletics and head women's basketball coach, the winningest coach in school history. In 2013, he started a golf program and was coach his final three years. During his nine years at Alverno, Duckworth expanded the athletics program by adding two intercollegiate sports -- tennis in 2009 and golf in 2013 -- and was integral in the formation of the Alverno Athletics Hall of Fame, the Alverno A-Club and the annual Alverno Inferno Golf Outing fundraiser.
Prior to arriving at Alverno in 2007, Duckworth was the head women's basketball and softball coach at State University of New York - New Paltz.
Duckworth currently chairs the NCAA National Women's Basketball Rules Committee, is the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Central Region chair and works with the WBCA Playing Rules Committee. While at Alverno, he worked on several Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) committees, and various Alverno College committees. He also has experience in crisis response and enrollment planning.
A native of Necedah, Wis., Duckworth received his bachelor's degree in sport management and a master's degree in sport administration from UW-La Crosse. Additionally, Duckworth has received a master's degree in business administration from Alverno. He is currently working on an Ed. D. in Student Affairs Administration at UWL.
Brad and Rebecca have one son, Bennett, and one daughter, Beau.