“They have such good coaches up there,” McInnis said. “We want people to understand the coaching that Triton provides. We want to get people in the higher levels of school to participate, but we also want to help the younger student-athletes feel a part of the program. I’m hoping to build off the great work of the previous athletic directors to establish a tradition.”
The Triton athletic director’s contract with run 210 days each calendar year. Farmer said he expects McInnis to begin July 1.