Bob Hogue - PacWest Commissioner
Bob Hogue joined the Pacific West Conference in July of 2007 as the full-time commissioner of the league.
In just over four years, he doubled the size of the conference, and helped lead the PacWest to prominence in the west region of NCAA Division II. The PacWest is now the largest DII conference in the West.
In 2013, he was named to the NCAA DII Management Council and the NCAA DII Membership Committee.
Hogue has more than 30 years of radio and television broadcasting experience and six years experience as a state senator in Hawai‘i, and now is in his sixth year as commissioner.
In his first few years as the chief operating officer for the PacWest, Hogue helped recruit several new schools to the conference, and added five new sports including baseball, men's tennis, women's golf, and men's and women's outdoor track & field.
Hogue initiated the PacWest Magazine television and radio shows, and welcomed the addition of the Academy of Art University, Dominican, California Baptist, Azusa Pacific, Fresno Pacific, Point Loma Nazarene, and Holy Names. In 2011, he oversaw the move of the conference office from Hawai‘i to California, and an expansion of conference personnel. In 2013, he started the inaugural PacWest men's and women's basketball tournament.
Jane Teixeira - Assistant Commissioner, Compliance
Jane Teixeira joined the Pacific West Conference in the summer of 2011 as the first assistant commissioner for compliance after serving as the director of NCAA Compliance at the University of Southern California since January of 2009.
While at USC, Teixeira managed and supervised all compliance operations and administrative functions, including planning, program evaluation, policy implementation, interpretation, education and external representation.
Prior to working at USC, Teixeira she served as the assistant director for Membership Services/Student-Athlete Reinstatement at the NCAA from July of 2007 to January of 2009.
She served as the senior associate athletic director at Texas A&M international University from March of 2006 to July of 2007, directing the NCAA Athletic Compliance Department. She also served as the head softball coach at the institution.
Teixeira experience also consists of serving as a compliance intern at the University of Oklahoma; as a consultant with the University of Central Oklahoma; and as an assistant to the athletic director at the University Interscholastic League in Austin, Texas.
A graduate of the University of Texas-Austin in May of 1999 with a degree in applied learning/sport management, Teixeira was an outstanding student-athlete who competed for the Longhorns’ softball team while an undergarduate.
She earned her master’s of education in August of 2003 from Southwest Texas State (now Texas State University) and her juris doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2005. She is a member of the Arizona Bar Association.
Teixeira oversees conference compliance, SAAC, the conference grants process, women's volleyball, and men's and women's golf, as well as other key leadership and administrative roles.
Tom Di Camillo - Assistant Commissioner, Media Relations
Tom Di Camillo joined the PacWest Conference as the league's sports information director in September of 2006. He was promoted to assistant commissioner, media relations, in early 2008.
In July of 2011, he became the first president of the College Sports Information Directors of America representing the NCAA Division II level. The organization has more than 2800 members throughout North America and the many different levels of collegiate athletics.
Di Camillo's responsibility includes publicizing and coordinating information on the PacWest's 11 sports and 10 institutions. He also assists Commissioner Bob Hogue as assigned. In 2008, the conference began baseball as an awards and statistics league in the sport of baseball at his encouragement.
He is the host of the weekly PacWest Radio show that airs over the Internet on KQCK.
Di Camillo is part-time with the PacWest and serves as the full-time director of public relations at Central Arizona (Community) College where he is responsible for publicizing the institution's 10 campuses and centers that are located throughout Pinal County. He arrived at CAC in January of 2007 and was promoted to his current role in July of 2008 where he spearheaded a successful effort to pass a $100 million general obligation bond to build two new campuses.
For more than 16 years Di Camillo coordinated all of the publicity for West Chester University's NCAA Division II 24-sport varsity athletic program as the Pennsylvania institution's sports information director. He has been a sports information director at the NCAA Division II level for more that two decades.
Di Camillo's dedication to the profession, passion for Division II, and commitment to CoSIDA began in September of 1990 when he was named the director of sports information at his alma mater at the age of 25.
As the SID at West Chester, Di Camillo was a one-person shop coordinating publicity for the second-largest NCAA Division II program in the nation. He was a founding organizer of the West Chester University Athletic Hall of Fame, taking a lead role in guiding its growth from its inception.
Di Camillo also developed, managed and actually broadcast an extensive schedule of athletic events over the Internet and on local radio of a variety of Golden Ram athletic events, including football, basketball, baseball, soccer and lacrosse.
While at West Chester, Di Camillo had the opportunity to host numerous NCAA II post-season events, including the NCAA Division II Lacrosse National Championship.
Di Camillo's commitment and belief in Division II athletics led to his developing the first e-mail distribution list for Division II sports information directors. He also created the first Division II Football Press Box List as a way to promote Division II football.
For more than a decade Di Camillo coordinated the annual Division II Sports Information Directors meeting at CoSIDA. The CoSIDA Board recognized his leadership skills and appointed him to a one-year term on the board as a College Division Representative in 2002-03. He then was chosen for a full three-year term from 2004-06.
Di Camillo has won several CoSIDA Writing Awards and served on the Workshop Committee Program for nearly a decade. From August of 2000 until June of 2006, Di Camillo was a part-time sports writer for Engle Publishing & Printing in Lancaster, PA, producing five weekly columns on high school athletic events in the region.
He also co-hosted the Chester County Sports Corner and served as the host of The Bill Zwaan Coach's Show on 1420 AM WCOJ in Chester County, Pa.
From September of 1989 until arriving at West Chester University in September of 1990, Di Camillo was the sports editor for the Coatesville Record, a 7,000-circulation daily newspaper in Coatesville, Pa.
On July 2, 2008, in Tampa, Fla., Di Camillo received the Warren Berg Award, presented annually to a College Division member of CoSIDA who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of college sports information, and who by his or her activities, has brought dignity and prestige to the profession.
The College Division consists of Division II, Division III, NAIA, junior colleges and Canadian schools. A similar award is presented to the University Division which consists of NCAA Division I programs. The Warren Berg Award is the highest award in the nation for the sports information profession.
A native of the Philadelphia area, Di Camillo currently resides in Arizona with his wife, Lynette, and daughter, McKenna.
Wayne Coito - PacWest TV & PacWest Magazine
Wayne Coito is a graduate of Vassar College where he double majored in economics and computer science and competed on the men's volleyball team.
In August 2007, he began an internship with the PacWest as a special assistant to the new commissioner, Bob Hogue. He would later take on the title of information specialist before assuming the position of director of compliance and external affairs in August 2008.
In June 2009, Coito participated in the first ever Division II Governance Council at the NACDA convention in Orlando, FL, representing the PacWest. In September 2011, Coito began a four-year term on the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee, one of only three representatives from Division II and the only member west of the Mississippi.
Coito currently serves as media relations specialist, overseeing production of PacWest Magazine The Television Show, as well as the conference social media sites. He is the host of PacWest TV, which can be viewed regularly on the conference website.
He is a member of the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association and National Association for Athletics Compliance.
Coito also currently serves on the NCAA LGBTQ Subcommittee and the NCAA Matching Fund for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Women Coaches and Officials selection committee.
He resides in Mililani.