|Position:||Associate A.D. for Compliance and Game Management|
|Alma Mater:||Washington & Lee|
David Sigler, in his eighth year at VMI, was promoted to Associate A.D. for Compliance and Game Management in August of 2011. There, he helps regulate the department's adherence to NCAA regulations and plays a prominent role in game/event management and administration throughout the year.
After joining VMI as the department's ticket manager, Sigler was promoted to Assistant A.D. for Ticketing and Operations prior to the 2009 football season.
In his ticketing role, he oversaw all of VMI’s ticketing processes, including season ticket and game-day sales for football, basketball, baseball and wrestling. He also provided support for game day operations and aides with special projects throughout the department.
During the 2008-09 season under Sigler’s watch, Keydet basketball ticket revenue was the best in school history, more than doubling the previous record amount. Sigler was also responsible for implementing the ticketing policy for VMI’s first round Big South Tournament game at Cameron Hall, the first postseason game held at VMI in more than 30 years.
Sigler is no stranger to Lexington, having worked at nearby Washington & Lee from 2002 through 2007. He served as the top assistant baseball coach during the 2002 season, before shifting into a volunteer assistant position, which he held until May of 2008. From 2003-07, he was the Assistant Director of the Annual Fund, helping the fund grow by some 1.5 million dollars in just three years.
Sigler holds a Masters in Athletic Management from Millersville University (Pa.) and a B.S. in Business Administration from Washington & Lee. He lives in Lexington with his wife, Haley and their two children.