"We are excited to welcome Terrence to the Morgan State family," said Scott. "Terrence has a passion for intercollegiate athletics and student-athlete welfare that is contagious. His tireless work ethic and innovative approach to problem solving will add incredible value to our Senior Staff."
During his time with the Student-Athlete Success Center, Lollie was responsible for the oversight of the cross country, track and field, volleyball and women's lacrosse programs. Lollie monitored the welfare of the Binghamton student-athletes, tracked their progress towards degree and developed programming for professional development.
He also served on the athletic department's diversity and inclusion committee, sat on the search committee for the founding director of the LGBTQ Resource Center, taught a first-year seminar course, co-advised the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and was a member of the University's Student Conduct Board.
Lollie began his tenure at Binghamton in 2010 as an assistant director of athletic communications. During his time in athletic communications, Lollie was the primary contact for the volleyball, wrestling and women's lacrosse programs and was the secondary contact for men's basketball.
While in the athletic communications office Lollie assisted in the overhauling of the athletics' website. Lollie managed and oversaw the athletic communications internship program and aided in the placement of interns at Boston College, Wake Forest, St. John's and Vermont.
Prior to arriving at Binghamton, Lollie worked with the Ottawa Senators top affiliate the Binghamton Senators for parts of two seasons. With the Senators, Lollie developed into a multitude of roles including ticket sales, game operations, communications, promotions and community relations.
Lollie also stayed active in the Binghamton community serving as a media relations liaison for the ATP Challenger Tour's Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis tournament as well as the Broome County STOP-DWI Winter Classic.
A native of Binghamton, N.Y., Lollie attended Hartwick College where he received his bachelor's degree in political science and was a four-year member of the football program. He went on to receive his master's in sport management from SUNY Cortland.
Lollie is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics, the College Sports Information Directors of America and the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association.
About Morgan State University
Morgan State University, founded in 1867, is celebrating its 150 year of excellence in higher education this year. A Carnegie-classified doctoral research institution, Morgan offers more than 100 academic programs leading to degrees from the baccalaureate to the doctorate. As Maryland's preeminent public urban research university, Morgan serves a multiethnic and multiracial student body and seeks to ensure that the doors of higher education are opened as wide as possible to as many as possible. For more information about Morgan State University, visit www.morgan.edu.