In This Installment of Access the Experts
Trev Alberts, University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Vice Chancellor for Athletics, answers the question: “College athletics are so important to the fabric of our state. What are leaders doing to make sure athletes can safely return to play?”
An expert in collegiate athletics administration, Alberts was named the Director of Athletics in April 2009 and elevated to Vice Chancellor for Athletics in 2014. Under his leadership, the Mavericks officially reclassified to Division I membership in 2015-16 securing for UNO a conference affiliation with the Summit League for all of the department’s then-Division II programs.
One of the most decorated defensive players in University of Nebraska-Lincoln history, Alberts became the Huskers' first Butkus Award winner in 1993, capping one of the finest seasons in history by a UNL defensive player.
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