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Ryan Steinberg
Ryan  Steinberg

Director of Football Operations

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Ryan Steinberg rejoins Randy Edsall after working with him while Edsall was at Maryland. Steinberg begins his second season as the director of football operations for the Huskies.

Prior to joining UConn, Steinberg spent two years as an assistant director of enforcement with the football development group at the NCAA.

Previously he worked eight seasons at the University of Maryland. He spent four years as the assistant director of football operations/recruiting and the previous four seasons as the assistant recruiting coordinator.

While there, he maintained the recruiting database, and was in charge of mailings and ran the Maryland football camp as the director from 2011-2015. He also organized all on-campus recruiting visits and special events, as well as assisted in academic and compliance issues for prospective student-athletes.

He spent the 2007 season as an intern on the Maryland staff. Steinberg was also the assistant camp director in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

Prior to becoming a full-time member of the staff, Steinberg spent five seasons as a student assistant in the Maryland football office.

He served as the Gridiron Technology specialist from January 2006 through May 2007, helping implement and maintain the state-of-the-art computer program which aids the coaches and players in simulating game action.

Steinberg spent the 2002 through 2006 football seasons as a student equipment manager, including the final three as the head student manager.

He also worked at the Terrapin Technique School each summer as a student.

A native of North Potomac, Md., Steinberg graduated from Maryland in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in family studies. He also minored in sports commerce and culture and received his master's in management from the University of Maryland University College in May of 2011. He completed his M.B.A from UMUC in August of 2014 and was a member of the athletics department’s Emerging Leaders Program during the 2013-14 academic year.