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NCAA's top administrator for College World Series resigns



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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — NCAA managing director of championships and alliances Ron Prettyman is resigning to pursue other opportunities.

Prettyman has been the top administrator for the College World Series the last two years.

NCAA senior vice president of championships and alliances Joni Comstock said Thursday that Prettyman's last day with the national office would be Friday. Comstock said Randy Buhr, a longtime director of championships and alliances at the NCAA, will be interim managing director until Prettyman's successor is named.

Prettyman has 35 years of experience in college athletics and was Indiana State's athletic director for 10 years before joining the NCAA in December 2015.

Prettyman's resignation was first reported by D1Baseball.com.

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