He began his career at Utah State, working as a sales and promotion specialist in the athletic department and later as assistant athletics director for marketing and promotions. Bovee also served as an assistant director for the Utah High School Activities Association in between his stints at Utah State and Weber State. During his time at Weber State, the Wildcats captured 19 conference championships, including Big Sky titles for the men’s basketball team in 2010, 2014 and 2016. The Wildcats also made the NCAA Tournament twice in Bovee’s tenure. He and his wife, Julie, have four children, Jared, Ethan, Addison and Seth. Brad James Tags: Ben Lomond High School/Big Sky/Jerry Bovee/John Hartwell/NCAA Tournament/UHSAA/USU Athletics/Weber State Bovee will officially begin his new assignment in June. Bovee, a 1992 graduate of Utah State in business finance had spent the last 10 years at Weber State. Bovee is an Ogden native and graduate of Ben Lomond High School. In this position, Bovee will be second in command in the USU athletics department, overseeing all external functions. This includes direct sport supervision. Bovee earned his Master’s degree from Weber State in business administration in 2010. Written by April 23, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah State Hires Weber State AD Jerry Bovee FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Tuesday, Utah State University president and director of athletics John Hartwell announced the hiring of current Weber State director of athletics Jerry Bovee as assistant vice president and deputy athletics director for external affairs.