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Bryant University (D1) Lists ‘Portal Relations’ Job Opening for MBB Staff

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As the transfer portal continues to play a big role in college athletics, there are now positions opening up on athletic staffs around the country directly related to covering the transfer portal.

Recently, Bryant University (NY) posted a job for “Director of Men’s Basketball Roster Management and Portal Relations.” It is a volunteer position that “will assist coaching staff in many aspects of the program including scouting, recruiting, film breakdown, player relations, compliance, and outreach.  Position will be present at staff meetings, practices, games, and will travel with the team. Will be asked to perform other duties as seen fit by the head coach.”

Bryant finished last season 22-10 in year four of the Jared Grasso era. The Bulldogs compete in the Northeast Conference, in which they went 15-2 last year. The program qualified for the NCAA tournament as a 16-seed, but failed to make it past the First Four.

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George Michalowski co-founded The Portal Report in 2022 with the goal of creating a media outlet completely focused on the transfer portal recruiting scene. In addition to his role with The Portal Report, Michalowski now works for Pittsburgh Sports Now as the site’s Pitt basketball beat writer and PrepHoops as a Pennsylvania high school basketball scout.

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