Caitlin Carducci joined the Xavier Athletic Department during the summer of 2012 as the assistant director of compliance. She was promoted to director of compliance in August of 2014.
Prior to Xavier, Carducci was a post-graduate intern with the NCAA in Academic and Membership Affairs. She primarily worked with waiver teams on Initial Eligibility, Legislative Relief, and Progress-Toward-Degree, as well as providing interpretations to the membership. In addition, she completed special projects, such as an educational document on transferable GPA and assisted with the Rules Working Group.
Before working at the NCAA, Carducci was the Compliance Assistant at Cleveland State University. Her primary responsibilities included initial eligibility and administration of the National Letter of Intent program.
Carducci graduated from Ohio Northern University Petit College of Law in May 2010 and was admitted to the Ohio Bar in November 2010. While at ONU, she was an assistant coach for the women's soccer team. The squad won the 2007 Ohio Athletic Conference regular season title and earned an at-large bid to the 2009 NCAA tournament.
While in law school Carducci spent time volunteering at Bowling Green State University in the Compliance Office as well as working in the Columbus City Prosecutors office and at Schottenstein, Zox and Dunn, LLC.
A magna cum laude graduate of Ashland University in 2007, Carducci majored in sport communication with minors in sport management and business administration. She was a member of the women's soccer team, earning four varsity letters. A team captain her senior year, Carducci was also a three-time All-GLIAC performer and received GLIAC All-Academic honors all four years. While Carducci was an Eagle, Ashland won two conference titles and went to the NCAA tournament twice, reaching the National Quarterfinals in 2004. Caitlin is currently sixth on the career goal list at AU with 26 goals and seventh in career points (64). She also interned at the Ohio High School Athletic Association during the summers of 2005 and 2006, working primarily in sports information.