Matt Vincent is in his second year as a compliance coordinator with the Ole Miss Compliance Office. Vincent oversees baseball, women's basketball, soccer, men's and women's golf and rifle.
Vincent previously served as a compliance assistant at Central Michigan University. His responsibilities included monitoring initial and continuing eligibility of all student-athletes for 14 sports, monitoring recruiting activities, producing a compliance newsletter for staff and boosters, assisting with the development and administration of a compliance website and maintaining a comprehensive student-athlete database which provided relevant financial aid and eligibility information to coaches, administrators, the Mid-American Conference and the NCAA. He also served as interim compliance coordinator for the month of June.
Prior to his position at Central Michigan, Vincent was a compliance intern at Southeast Missouri State from December of 2007 to July of 2008. He also served as a graduate assistant in the football program at SEMO.
Originally from California, Vincent received a B.A. in Kinesiology from Saint Mary's College of California in 2005 and a M.A. in Higher Education Administration from Southeast Missouri State University in 2008.
Vincent was a three-year letterwinner (2001-03) on the Saint Mary's College of California football team. He also played football at New Mexico State in 2004.
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