BILLINGS — Former Rocky Mountain College and Carroll College athletic director Bruce Parker has been selected for induction into the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Hall of Fame.
Parker, who grew up in Billings and graduated from Senior in 1975 and Eastern Montana College in 1979, will receive his award on June 12 during the 54th annual NACDA convention in Orlando, Florida. He was Rocky's AD from 2014 to 2018 and currently is a consultant with the school.
This year, Parker was a member of the NAIA Hall of Fame class.
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A nine-time Frontier Conference Athletic Director of the Year, Parker was selected as the NACDA/Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year in 2009, 2012 and 2018. He served as a member of the NACDA's National Executive Committee for five years.
Parker has served as a member and former president of the NAIA Athletics Director's Association Board of Directors. He worked on the NAIA's National Administrative Council and was named to the NAIA National Strategic Planning Council and the NAIA National Marketing Committee.
Prior to his time at Carroll, Parker was an associate athletic director and sports information director at Montana State University for 22 years.