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Mammoth Adds South Dakota Native And Veteran Collegiate Athletics Administrator To Business Development Team

Rachel Harden

Rachel Harden

Director of Public Relations

Meriden, Kan. - Mammoth Sports Construction on Thursday announced the addition of former University of South Dakota Assistant Athletic Director Erica Schilling to its business development team. 

As director of business development, Erica will be based out of the Sioux Falls, SD office, but working with athletic departments all over the country to dream, plan, and design state-of-the-art sports facilities. 


“The athletics experience Erica brings to our team is unparalleled and we’re so excited to have her on board to help the schools we work with navigate the fundraising process and find ways to make dreams happen,” said Mammoth Founder and CEO Jake Farrant. “Erica is ready to come alongside athletic departments as a partner and execute plans to turn visions into reality.” 


After she served as assistant athletic director at the University of South Dakota for three years, she went on to work as the Associate Director of Development at Kansas State University, and Chief of Staff for Athletics at Baylor University. 


Her most recent position was Senior Associate Athletic Director at Texas A&M Commerce. A former athlete, she and her husband Cody are returning to South Dakota after he was named assistant basketball coach at his alma mater, Augustana University. 


“We are so grateful to be back home, and I am thrilled to be part of the Mammoth family,” Erica said. “The Mammoth way is impactful with identical values to the Midwest, which is something I am very proud to represent. I look forward to utilizing my passion for relationship building and establishing partnerships back where we started by supporting the communities of South Dakota and the surrounding area. I am excited to see the visions and projects come to life and watch them enhance the experiences for so many first-hand.”


Erica can be reached at (605) 350-1492 or 

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