University of Connecticut

“There is a great deal of excitement surrounding many of our programs and it was clear that Taymar was best equipped to both leverage that interest and, more importantly, help us provide the best customer service possible to our loyal fans,” Director of Athletics David Benedict said.

Craig Cugno

General Manager

Craig is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island who started his career working with minor league baseball and hockey. As an Account Executive, he specialized in Group Ticket Sales and went on to create/oversee the first outbound ticket sales department at his alma mater.  After spending nearly five years at URI, Craig began working with UConn.  When he is not leading his sales team, he enjoys spending time with family, friends, and his fiancé, Sierra.  Sports is his number one passion with his favorite teams being the Boston Red Sox, New Orleans Saints, and, of course, UConn Huskies.

Crazy Fact: I once met Muhammed Ali during a layover at a Cincinnati Airport

Item You Can’t Live Without: Live Sports and Entertainment

Craig’s Hot Take: UConn Basketball – both Men’s & Women’s – will reclaim the title as Basketball Capital of the world within the next three years… So, I suggest you buy Tickets NOW!


Dave Romeiko

Assistant General Manager

Dave attended Florida State University and began his sports and entertainment career at The XL Center in Hartford, CT (formerly known as the Hartford Civic Center).  Yes, the very place in which the beloved Hartford Whalers played in.  Dave spent 13 years at the XL Center excelling as a leader and climbing up the ranks as an Account Executive, Senior Account Executive, Group Sales Manager, and Director of Ticket Sales & Service.  When Dave is not working, one would find him at the beach with his incredible twin boys and amazing girlfriend Kelsey soaking in the sun and enjoying life.

Crazy Fact: I met Ronda Rousey and had a nice heart to heart chat with her.  She is truly an amazing person.

Item You Can’t Live Without: My baseball glove as baseball will always be my passion.

Dave’s Hot Take: The Whalers will come back to Connecticut someday!