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TRACK & FIELD
Fri, Oct 24
Football 7:15 PM
Santa Clara, Calif. (Levi's Stadium)
Sat, Nov 01
Football 4:30 PM
Sat, Nov 08
Salt Lake City, Utah
Sat, Nov 22
Jeff “Hawk” Hawkins is now in his second decade working with the Oregon football program, where he oversees all administrative aspects for the Ducks. Hawkins served in a similar capacity under Mike Bellotti at Chico State from 1985-87. He has also had stints as an assistant coach at Dartmouth College (1987-91) and as recruiting coordinator and director of marketing and promotions at Tulane University (1992-95).
Originally from Pembroke, Massachusetts, Hawkins served in the U.S. Army (1973-76) after graduating from Silver Lake Regional High School, where his teammates included current head coaches Buddy Teevens (Dartmouth) and Tim Murphy (Harvard). Upon completing his tour of duty and obtaining an Honorable Discharge, he attended Bridgewater State College (1976-79), where he was a four-year starter at defensive end and was named captain his senior year.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a liberal arts degree with a concentration in marketing, he spent the next five years (1980-84) in the front office of the NFL’s New England Patriots before joining Bellotti’s staff at Chico.
Prior to coming to Oregon in 2001, he lived in New Orleans for 10 years, where in addition to working at Tulane, he served in game day operations for both the Sugar Bowl and the New Orleans Saints. During his tenure in the “Big Easy,” Hawkins also completed a four-year term as vice president of Special Olympics Louisiana.
Although he lives in Oregon, he continues to serve as camp director (1995-present) of the prestigious Manning Passing Academy summer football camp, owned and operated by Archie, Peyton and Eli Manning, and located in Thibodaux, Louisiana.
Jeff and his wife Amy reside in Eugene and have one daughter, Gabrielle.