Bart Hendricks Named Director of Development

Oct. 16, 2014 BOISE, Idaho - Bart Hendricks, former record setting quarterback for the Broncos, has been named Director of Development in the Boise State University Athletic Department.

Hendricks, who was Boise State's starting quarterback for over three years (1997-2000), will be responsible for managing major gift fundraising, development activities and assist in the external components of the Varsity B Club which works with former Bronco student-athletes.

"I am extremely excited to be joining the Boise State Athletic Department and have the opportunity to help with the continued success of Bronco student-athletes in the classroom and on the field," Hendricks stated. "As a former student-athlete and proud alumni, I am very passionate about Boise State University and look forward to this new chapter in my life. Go Broncos."

The 1999 and 2000 Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Hendricks helped the Broncos to a record of 20-3 and back-to-back post-season bowl victories his junior and senior seasons. Hendricks completed his Boise State career completing 650 of 1,142 passes for 9,020 yards and 78 touchdowns. His 650 career completions is the second best all-time mark in school history.

Following his graduation from Boise State with a Bachelor of Arts degree in graphic design, Hendricks played professional football in the NFL, NFL Europe and the Canadian Football League before returning to Boise, working in marketing and sales. Since 2011, Hendricks has been a senior associate at Hall & Associates, a comprehensive financial services firm in Boise.

"We are very excited to have Bart join our athletic department in this capacity," stated senior associate athletic director for external operations John Cunningham. "He understands the student-athlete experience and is passionate about the value of an athletic scholarship. Bart brings energy, excitement and a historical perspective of Bronco athletics to the BAA office."

Hendricks, who was inducted into the Boise State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007, begins his work at Boise State on Oct. 27 (Monday).

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