Mark Rountree joined Georgetown in April 2008, as the Athletic Department's Director of Compliance.
Rountree currently serves as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Internal Operations. As the Senior Associate AD, he oversees the areas of Human Resources, Compliance, Sports Medicine, Sports Performance, Student-Athletic Leadership and Development, as well as assisting the Director of Athletics with the internal operations of the department. He is the sport administrator for Football, Baseball, Men's Tennis, and Women's Tennis, as well as serving as the athletic department liaison with the Academic Resource Center, Council of Associate Deans, and Division of Student Affairs. Rountree also serves on the Board of Director's for the University's Gridiron Club, which drives the annual fund fundraising efforts of the Hoya Football team.
Prior to coming to Georgetown, Rountree held the position of Associate Athletic Director for Compliance at Oregon State University. While in Corvallis, he oversaw the NCAA and Pac-10 Conference compliance operations for Oregon State's 17 Division I sports and served on the Athletic Director's Senior Staff. Before Oregon State, Rountree was the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance at Towson University. For four years at Towson, he directed the NCAA compliance program for 23 Division I sports consisting of 570 student-athletes, and assisted in the university's transition from the America East Conference to the Colonial Athletic Association.
While at Towson, he served as sport supervisor for women's soccer and baseball. Prior to his arrival at Towson, Rountree served three years as compliance coordinator at the University of Maryland, where he coordinated the NCAA compliance program for 24 NCAA Division I sports and approximately 580 student-athletes, including financial aid, housing, and direct oversight of the $3.4 million of scholarships awarded annually. Before Maryland, he held similar positions at the University of Texas-Pan American, and his alma mater, Louisiana Tech University, where Rountree was a four-year letter winner playing running back for the Bulldogs from 1987-90.
Rountree and his wife Jennie, who teaches fourth grade at Sandy Spring Friends School, reside in Silver Spring, Md.