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IPFW athletics director Tommy Bell, who was among three finalists interviewed for the vacant AD position at Western Illinois, is now in wait-and-see mode.

Bell's interview was completed Thursday and he said tonight that Western Illinois will begin discussing the candidates Monday.

Other finalists are China Jude, the assistant vice president and athletics director at Queens College in New York, and Ken Ralph, director of athletics at Colorado College.

Western Illinois' former athletics director, Tim Van Alstine, resigned in May.

Bell has been at IPFW since 2007.

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