Brian Lang begins his second year as Director of Athletic Internal Operations at Saint Michael's in 2018-19. Lang oversees the athletic facilities and student employees and serves as the Athletics liaison to the club rugby teams, among other responsibilities.
Since September 2018, Lang has been one of the College's representatives to the Northeast-10 Conference's Sports Administration Council (SAC). Among various charges, the SAC is responsible for many strategic initiatives in conjunction with the NE10's Strategic Vision and Plan.
Lang came to Saint Michael's from NE10 counterpart Assumption College, where he began in October 2013, serving as the Assistant Athletic and Recreation Director for two years, managing more than 125 student employees and two full-time employees, before moving up to Associate Director of Athletics in August 2015. In that new role, he oversaw scheduling of athletic facilities for games, practices, lifts and meetings for all 24 varsity teams, was sport supervisor for five programs, served as the site representative for numerous NE10 and NCAA championship events hosted by Assumption, and managed the Assistant Director of Athletic for Operations, the Equipment Room staff, and the department's Travel Coordinator.
A 2010 graduate of Slippery Rock (Pa.) University with a degree in sport management, Lang spent the 2010-11 school year as the Coordinator of Marketing and Events for the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) in Newport News, Va., before working as the Events and Operations Intern at Harvard University the following academy year. Lang finished his master's degree in physical education - with a concentration in sport management - from Old Dominion University in December 2011.
Between July 2012 and October 2013, Lang worked at the University of Chicago as the Athletic Facilities Services Manager, overseeing two indoor facilities and managing four employees, prior to joining Assumption. Beyond his duties there, Lang was a member of the NCAA Division II National Women's Rowing Committee from 2014 to 2017, including spending 2016 as the East Region chair.