Carrie A. Doyle joined NC State in November 2010 as Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance and was named Senior Associate AD a year later. She came to the Wolfpack program after spending six and a half years as the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance/Student Services and Senior Woman Administrator at the University of New Hampshire.
At UNH, she was primarily responsible for the administration of more than $8 million of athletic scholarships and endowments, the eligibility certification process for approximately 525 student-athletes, and the education and monitoring of 70 coaches and 20 sports. Doyle also oversaw the data collection and analysis of the NCAA's institutional Graduation Success Rate (GSR), the Academic Progress Rate (APR) and IPEDS (Federal Graduation Rate data).
At NC State, Doyle is responsible for managing all aspects of the compliance unit's effort, including all education, monitoring and supervision of six full-time and one part-time staff. Doyle is also the Sport Supervisor for the women's golf program.
Doyle's athletics background includes a 12-year stint at the NCAA National Office from 1987-1999. She was an NCAA enforcement representative (investigator) on the association's enforcement staff for the first seven years, and then spent five years as the Director of Student-Athlete Reinstatement. As the Director of Student-Athlete Reinstatement, Doyle was responsible for the administration of the reinstatement process and administrative review panel process, and was the primary staff liaison to the Division I, II and III Student-Athlete Reinstatement Subcommittees and the Division I, II and III Administrative Review Subcommittees (now called the Subcommittee for Legislative Relief).
She served for two years on the NCAA Division I Legislative Council (2008-2010) representing the America East Conference. She served on the Division I Amateurism Fact Finding Committee (2006-2009), which resolves factual issues related to Eligibility Center amateurism cases. Doyle has been a member of the NAAC Reasonable Standards Committee since 2006 and has been active in the NCAA's deregulation efforts related to Bylaw 15 (Financial Aid).
Doyle is a 1982 graduate of The State University of New York, College at Cortland (B.S. in education), where she was a 4-year softball student-athlete. Doyle then spent five years at the University of Iowa where she earned her M.A. in Athletics Administration, and a M.B.A. while serving a 2-year stint as a Graduate Assistant Softball Coach.