Daniel Feig

As Senior Associate Athletic Director, Feig has direct responsibility for the department's rules compliance program; he provides oversight of the Student Academic Enhancement Program, the Strength and Conditioning program and the Sports Medicine Office; he serves as the sport administrator for the Men's Basketball program; he provides daily oversight of the Athletic Department’s drug testing program; he administers the Athletic Department’s Graduate Assistantship program; he serves as the Athletic Department’s contract administrator; and he serves as a liaison to the University's General Counsel, among other duties.

Feig arrived at Southern Miss in the fall of 2013 after spending the prior two years as Director of Compliance at the University of Alabama. In his role with the Crimson Tide, Feig served as the primary contact for all rules interpretations and was responsible for the designing, coordinating and administering the rules education program to all coaches and constituent groups. In addition, he was the primary compliance contact for all Alabama football academic eligibility issues as well as the primary contact for all men's basketball compliance issues. While at Alabama, Feig was a member of the State of Alabama's Athlete Agent Commission, in which he helped re-draft Alabama's agent law and he was the primary author of the University's Academic Certification Policy Manual.

Prior to working at Alabama, Feig worked as the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance at Arkansas State University for two years where he was the sport administrator for the Women's Soccer program. Before getting into athletics, he served as an associate attorney for both Carr, Allison, P.C. - for almost three years - and Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell, P.A. for over three years, both firms in Birmingham, Ala. At both firms, his law practice primarily consisted of civil litigation defense.

Feig is a 2000 Bachelor of Arts graduate of Birmingham-Southern College, where he was a member of the Men's Soccer team that earned Final Four spots in three of his playing years. He also holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2003.