November 29, 2018
NORFOLK, VA – Former USCAA graduate assistant and Administrator of Marketing & Events, Adam Andrasko, was named CEO of USA Synchro (Synchronized Swimming) this month. Adam, who joined the USCAA staff in 2008 after receiving his bachelor’s in Sports Administration from Lock Haven University, was instrumental in the early growth and development of the association. He served during the introduction of the PSUAC to the membership, and also oversaw much of the production of the USCAA’s first collective Basketball National Championship at Penn State Fayette.
More recently, Andrasko has served several roles in Olympic sport including a seven year stint with the United States Olympic Committee, before moving to his most recent role as Member Services Director with US Field Hockey. Adam, his wife Rio, and son Witt reside in Colorado Springs, Colorado where many of the US Olympic governing bodies are headquartered.
For the complete official press release, please visit: https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Synchronized-Swimming/Features/2018/November/09/USA-Synchro-Names-Adam-Andrasko-as-CEO.
Pictured: Adam Andrasko USCAA headshot in 2008
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