Brent Moberg

Brent Moberg

  • NCAA Compliance and Institutional Control
  • NCAA Legislation and Membership Requirements

“Brent Moberg is a seasoned, honest, and respected NCAA Compliance professional. His attention to detail and dedication to collaboration lead to successful development and implementation of effective policies and procedures. In an area that has become increasingly central to the overall well-being of an athletic department, Brent’s commitment to learning fosters creative and innovative thinking that anticipates future strategic shifts in the industry. Above all else, his servant-leadership ensures tremendous service to institutions, departments, administrators, coaches, and, most importantly, student-athletes.”

Jim Philips
Combe Family Vice President for Athletics & Recreation, Northwestern University
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Brent contributes exceptional experience in NCAA membership requirements, governance trends, and legislation.

Brent Moberg is in his 11th year as a member of the CarrSports management consulting team, with primary focus on NCAA legislation, membership requirements, and rules compliance for intercollegiate athletics. He has skillfully guided numerous Division I and Division II institutions through the complexities of NCAA membership reclassification. Brent is highly respected by his peers and leaders in intercollegiate athletics for his collaborative style and deliberate approach to maintaining rules compliance and institutional control.

Brent has served as the Director of Compliance for the Notre Dame Athletics Department since 2009.  Prior to joining the University of Notre Dame, he served as Director of Compliance and Adjunct Professor of Sport Management at Northern Illinois University. Preceding his tenure at NIU, he worked in the Athletic Departments at Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and in the Law Office of Mario J. Tarara, P.C. in Rockford, Illinois.

Moberg earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Preprofessional Studies, Anthropology, and Theology from the University of Notre Dame in 2000. He earned his Juris Doctorate and Master of Business Administration in Sports Business at Marquette University, along with a Certificate in Sports Law from the National Sports Law Institute, each in 2004. He is a member of the bar in the state of Wisconsin.  He also currently serves as a member of the NCAA’s Division I Amateurism Fact-Finding Committee.


2009 – Present
University of Notre Dame
(Director of Compliance)

2006 – 2009
Northern Illinois University
(Director of Compliance)

2004 – 2006
Marquette University
(Compliance Assistant)

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
(Athletic Director’s Legal Intern)

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