In his 14th season as stadium manager for Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, K.C. Scull brings a wealth of experience to the UofL athletic department.
Scull joined the Cardinals in the spring of 1997 after serving five years as the deputy director of athletics at the U.S. Military Academy. In his current position, Scull oversees the day-to-day operation of PJCS, the Brown and Williamson Club and new PNC Club, including scheduling and management of athletic events, public gatherings, corporate and private activities, and concerts. He also currently serves as an adjunct professor for the UofL Sports Administration graduate and undergraduate degree programs.
Scull, who rose to the rank of Army Colonel before retiring from the military, directed nearly 100 staff and support personnel for Army's 24 men's and women's intercollegiate athletic programs. He directly supervised maintenance, scheduling and business activities for the Cadets' major athletic facilities.
A 1969 graduate of USMA with a degree in engineering, Scull played football for three seasons as a defensive tackle. He returned to the Academy from 1975-78 while serving as an active duty assistant coach and admissions support officer for the athletic department. He earned a master's degree in public administration at Oklahoma as well as a master's degree in business administration from UofL.
Commissioned in the Infantry branch of the U.S. Army upon his graduation from West Point, Scull held a variety of commands and staff positions including command of the 1st Battalion, 14th Infantry at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Overseas tours took him to Germany and Vietnam.
Scull and his wife Micheleen have five children -- Amara Minnis, Megan Williams, Ryla Simmons, Kendra Treece and David -- as well as eight grandchildren.