Assists in the implementation and monitoring of NCAA rules and regulations in the BYU Athletic Department. He primarily provides support to the BYU football team.
- Bachelors, BYU-Idaho, 2005
- Juris Doctorate, University of Nebraska College of Law, 2008
- Head Director of Compliance, Iowa State
- Assistant Director for Academic and Membership Services, NCAA national office
- Eligibility and Financial Aid Coordinator and Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance, Texas Tech
- Lives in Utah with his wife, Kristy and four children
As a Director of Compliance, Hunsaker assists in the implementation and monitoring of NCAA rules and regulations in the BYU Athletic Department. He primarily provides support to the BYU football team.
Hunsaker has fourteen years of experience working in collegiate athletics. Prior to joining the compliance staff at BYU, he served as the head director of compliance at Iowa State University for five years where he was responsible for all aspects of the institution’s compliance program, including the development and implementation of the institution’s education and monitoring efforts.
Hunsaker also spent three years (2013-16) at the NCAA national office where he was an Assistant Director for Academic and Membership Services and served as a lead coordinator for student-athlete academic waivers and was a liaison to the Subcommittee on Student-Athlete Academics, the Progress-Towards-Degree Committee and the N4A. Hunsaker also assisted in providing rules interpretations to NCAA member institutions and processing Academic Progress Rate (APR) adjustments, corrections, improvement plans and Academic Performance Program (APP) waivers.
Hunsaker began his career at Texas Tech University where he served as an Eligibility and Financial Aid Coordinator and Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance between 2008-13.
A native of Fruit Heights, Utah, Hunsaker earned his bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2005. He was awarded his Juris Doctorate the University of Nebraska College of Law in 2008.
He and his wife, Kristy, have four children.