Dartmouth’s Bishop Stang Announces New Athletic Director
There's a new athletic director at Bishop Stang and his social studies students know him well.
Nate Greene will become only the seventh director of athletics in the Catholic school's 64-year history. He will follow in the footsteps of athletics leaders Carlin Lynch, John O’Brien, Bill Hart, Peter Shaughnessy, Ryan Silvia and current director Dennis Golden.
"Bishop Stang is eager for Nate Greene to take on this role of athletic director," Stang President James Benson said. "Nate has proven his commitment to the mission of our school, which I have observed in his daily interactions with both student-athletes and coaches. His passionate, yet thoughtful and level-headed approach to planning will serve our school well for years to come."
Golden had this to say about Greene's new position.
“Nate Greene is extremely bright and he brings great energy as well as great organization to our Bishop Stang community each day. He has a plan each day and he is positive. Nate has been highly impactful both as a teacher and as a coach. He has done an outstanding job coaching both boys and girls, and his students and players are fiercely loyal to him. I'm confident that he'll do a fantastic job."
Golden will return to his roots as a guidance counselor and will continue to lead the Bishop Stang Spartans football team.
Greene and his wife Kristen are Dartmouth residents, so Greene knows how important Stang athletics are to the community.
“I am honored and extremely grateful for the opportunity to lead an athletic program with incredible tradition here at Bishop Stang," he said.
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