Earlier this year, B1G commissioner Jim Delany announced he would step away from his position following the 2019-20 academic year. Soon, we’ll learn who will be his replacement.

On Monday evening, the B1G released a statement, saying that it will be holding a press conference on Tuesday, June 4 to introduce the next conference commissioner. The press conference is scheduled for 12 p.m. ET and will air on BTN.

Whoever takes over for Delany will be the B1G’s sixth commissioner. There was no name provided from the conference regarding the position.

Delany, 71, has been the commissioner of the B1G since 1989 and is the longest-tenured conference commissioner in NCAA athletics. He has been responsible for helping the conference rake in millions of dollars from television deals, and also assisted in the creation of Big Ten Network.

Under Delany’s direction, the B1G expanded from a 10-team league to 11 teams in 1990, when Penn State joined. The conference then grew to 12 teams in 2011 with the addition of Nebraska. The B1G reached its current total of 14 teams in 2014, when Rutgers and Maryland accepted invitations to join the conference.

Delany’s run will come to an end after 30 years of service.