Paul Meyers was named Associate Athletic Director for the Huskers Athletic Fund in 2005 after serving as an assistant A.D. the previous two years.
Meyers has guided the athletic department’s fund-raising efforts since 2000 after originally joining the staff as a development officer in 1994. In the summer of 1999, he was named Senior Development officer and the interim Director of Development. In his current position as head of the Huskers Athletic Fund, Meyers focuses on fostering long-lasting relationships with Nebraska Athletic Department donors. Meyers is responsible for a $25 million annual fund and has raised over $250 million for Nebraska Athletics.
Before moving to the Huskers Athletic Fund, Meyers spent three years as an assistant coach with the Nebraska baseball team after ending his professional playing career. As a student-athlete at NU, Meyers was a first-team All-America outfielder in 1986.
Meyers currently serves as a sport supervisor for baseball within the administration, among his other roles.
In 1992, Meyers earned his bachelor's degree from Nebraska in business administration. He and his wife, Laurie, have a daughter, Lauren, and son, Jake.