TIAAA President-Elect: Greg Wyant, CAA
Siegel High School
3300 Siegel Rd., Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Greg Wyant joined an elite national group of interscholastic athletic administrators when he completed the requirements to earn the distinction of being a Certified Athletic Administrator.
Wyant is the first athletic director in Rutherford County to earn the certification from the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. After retiring as a head football coach, Wyant has focused on his duties as athletic director at Siegel High School.
He was born in Wichita, Kansas, relocated several times and graduated from White County High School in Sparta, Tennessee. He attended Middle Tennessee State University and began his coaching career as a volunteer assistant at Riverdale High School.
After leaving to coach at Macon County for one year, Wyant returned to Riverdale in 1994, moved to Smyrna High for a year in 2007 and then arrived at Siegel in 2008 as the defensive coordinator. He became the head coach from 2010 until 2016.
Wyant is currently presides on the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association Legislative Council and is President-Elect for the for the Tennessee Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. He spent 10 years as a Vice President for the Tennessee Football Coaches Association and served as a board member of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the National Football Foundation.
As athletic director, Wyant is involved in all aspects of Siegel High athletics including game management responsibilities — making sure the gym and various playing fields are ready, clocks and scoreboards are working properly along with PA systems and scoring tables — and promotes the program through their website and Twitter account.