Club football is looking for volunteer student coaches who are looking to gain experience, or may be searching for a career in coaching. MGA is asking that anyone from any of our five campuses interested in being part of a winning program, and would like to jump-start their career in coaching, send your letter of Continue reading
Joseph “Chip” Smith will be the new director of Athletics at Middle Georgia State University (MGA). Jennifer Brannon, vice president for Student Affairs, made the announcement on Monday, April 17. Smith comes to MGA from the University of North Carolina Charlotte’s 49ers athletic program. Prior to his work at UNC-Charlotte, he served in Continue reading
View a list of the upcoming Knights home games.
Congratulations to the MGA Tennis Team on big wins at the GCSU Fall Tri-Tournament.
Upcoming Knights home matchups: 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16, Women’s Volleyball vs. William Carey University, Volleyball Gym, Macon Campus (“old” gym near tennis courts). 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, Women’s Volleyball vs. University of Mobile, Volleyball Gym, Macon Campus. 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, Women’s Volleyball vs. Loyola University, Volleyball Gym, Macon Campus.
Knights Athletics are a year-round point of pride for Georgia’s newest university. Whatever sport you enjoy watching, I encourage you to come out to a game this year—not just to support our athletes, but to share in a common source of pride with our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and surrounding communities.
This week’s home matchups: Men’s Soccer, 7 p.m. Tuesday, August 30, vs. Reinhardt, NeSmith Field, Cochran Campus. Women’s Soccer, 6 p.m. Friday, September 2, vs. Point, NeSmith Field, Cochran Campus. Free to all MGA students, faculty and staff with ID. Go Knights!
Knights Volleyball and Football for the week of Aug. 22
The Knights club football defeated Miami (Ohio) University, 33-26, on Saturday night in Salem, Virginia, to win the National Club Football Association National Championship.
At a time of year when college athletics loom large—particularly in our home state—it is worth reflecting on one of the significant changes for Middle Georgia State over the past two years: our transition from a 2-year to a 4-year athletics program and the opportunity this creates for our students.