Brad Larrondo
Brad  Larrondo

Position:
Senior Associate Athletic Director, External Affairs

Alma Mater:
Boise State (1993)

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#BroncosInTheCommunity: Team Harsin

Team Harsin provides a year-round connection between Boise State football and local youth programs

Brad Larrondo, a member of the Boise State athletic department since 1993, was named Senior Associate Athletic Director of External Affairs on July 12, 2017.

Larrondo will provide oversight to marketing & promotions, the Bronco Athletic Association, the athletic ticket office and Bronco Sports Properties. He will also maintain his role as the administrator for football, working closely with head coach Bryan Harsin and his staff.

For the last six years Larrondo has served as Boise State’s associate athletic director for football, handling the external duties of the Broncos’ football program. This included serving as the director of high school and youth football camps, maintaining booster relations and organizing community service projects for student-athletes and coaches.

Larrondo first joined the Boise State athletics staff in 1993 as a sports information director, where he was the primary contact for men's basketball and the secondary contact for football until 2001. During his tenure with sports information Larrondo also worked with men's and women's golf and men's and women's cross country.

He moved to the marketing department in 2001, spending the next three-plus years as the assistant athletic director for promotions and broadcast services. He was then promoted to senior assistant athletic director for marketing, broadcast services and corporate sponsorships.

Larrondo has also worked in radio and television during his career, serving time as color commentator for Boise State football and basketball, as well as Idaho Stallion football. He also co-hosted a one-hour talk show about Boise State athletics from 1998-2003.

Larrondo is a 1993 graduate of Boise State with a degree in broadcast journalism, and has a master's degree in athletic administration from Idaho State.


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