Vice President of Ticket Sales & Premium Seating
Todd Pund brings close to 20 years of management, ticket sales, marketing and operations experience to the organization. Recently he served as a Professor at Mercer University, in Macon, GA. He also has served as team president of the Macon Bacon where he led the organization to 11 sellouts during their first year and organization of the year.
He has served in various roles during his time in sports, VP of Ticket Sales of the Reno Aces of the PCL as well as Director of Ticket Sales for the Gwinnett Braves. Todd brings a passion for helping to train and grow his staff. Several members of his past staff have gone onto positions with major universities, minor league baseball and the G-League.
Todd resides in Dubuque.
Director of Business Development
Casey Weitz joined the Dubuque Fighting Saints full-time in 2013 after serving as an intern and part-time staff member. Weitz's duties include the activation of new business promotions and sales. He also handles the team's game day presentation and merchandise sales.
Before interning with the Fighting Saints, Weitz was an intern for the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders. Weitz graduated in the Spring of 2013 from Loras College and with a degree in Sport Management.
Weitz is a Dubuque native, and he currently resides with his wife, Randi, and their son, Trenten.
Director of Broadcasting/Media Relations
Jack Milewski was named Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations prior to the 2018-2019 season. Jack is a recent graduate of Penn State University and he graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in Spanish.
At Penn State, Jack was the Sports Director at Penn State CommRadio. During his four years he broadcasted the 2017 Rose Bowl, 2018 Fiesta Bowl and 2018 NCAA Hockey Regional tournament in Allentown, PA. In addition he also served as the color commentator for Penn State hockey during the second half of the 2018 season.
Jack is a Springfield, Virginia native and currently resides in Dubuque.
Sales and Community Relations Representative
Bill Snook joined the Fighting Saints in May 2010 after working for the Dubuque Thunderbirds for the previous three years handling the Thunderbirds sales and marketing initiatives. Snook joined the Thunderbirds after retiring from Hy-Vee after 33 years of service and has spent a great deal involved in the Dubuque hockey community.
Snook's primary responsibility is serving as the team's liaison to the civic, social and business-related organizations throughout Dubuque County. Snook spends a considerable amount of his time each week meeting with local Chambers, civic organizations and informing people of the Fighting Saints organization, the United States Hockey League and the Mystique Community Ice Center.
Snook and his wife Kim have lived in Dubuque since 1980. Bill and Kim's son, Tony, is currently a Staff Sergeant in the United States Army, and their daughter Angela is married and lives in Omaha, Nebraska.
Eric Prohaska enters his seventh year with the Dubuque Fighting Saints after serving as an intern in 2012-2013. As the club's Video Specialist, Prohaska oversees the Fighting Saints video production and LED board during game days.
His duties include creating original video content for all social media avenues, including highlights, game promotions and player interviews. He also assists with any other media relations duties including game notes, line charts, and the team’s website.
Before joining the Fighting Saints, Prohaska was an intern for the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters of the Northwoods Baseball League. Prohaska graduated in August of 2012 from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a degree in Broadcast Production.
He is originally from Muscoda, Wisconsin and currently resides in Dubuque.
Julie Conklin enters her seventh season serving as the Business Manager for the Dubuque Fighting Saints. Conklin is responsible for all of the financial reporting and human resource administration in the office.
Prior to working with the Fighting Saints, Conklin was employed by Westmark Development where she did the financial reporting for several land developments in Florida, North Carolina, and Montana. She also was the Business Manager at Substance Abuse Services Center for several years and received her Professional in Human Resources certification during that time. Conklin is a graduate of the University of Dubuque where she received her degree in Business Administration.
Conklin and her husband, who is a towboat captain for Ingram Barge Company, raised five children in Dubuque and also have two dogs, Danny and Daisy.