“I am excited to join the Austin Peay State University family,” Volpe said. “It is an exciting time for the department moving into the ASUN and the launch of the ‘Stacheville Exchange’ with our partner INFLCR. I want to thank Tara and Jordan for giving me the opportunity to work at Austin Peay and help enhance the experience for our student-athletes. I can’t wait to see what the future holds.”
Last season, Volpe served as a graduate assistant in the compliance office at Southern Miss. He provided education to student-athletes, coaches, staff, and boosters. Volpe was also the Transfer Tracer contact and monitored Countable Athletically Related Activities (CARA) logs and APR calculations.
The Georgetown, Ky., native served as an intern at Boise State in Fall 2020 before being elevated to assistant in Spring 2021. He worked with INFLCR on NIL recruiting materials in addition to monitoring CARA logs, providing student-athlete agent education, and serving on the NIL Task Force. Volpe was in charge of all compliance newsletters for staff, coaches, and student-athletes.
Because of Volpe’s efforts in partnering with Advance NIL, INFLCR, and NOCAP Sports, Boise State was recognized for having the Best Institutional NIL Program at the inaugural NIL Awards in June.
Volpe began his career as an intern at Morehead State in Spring 2020.
Volpe is a member of the National Association for Athletics Compliance.
Volpe earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management from Morehead State in 2020 and is pursuing a master’s degree in higher education student affairs administration from Southern Miss. He attended Scott County High School.