Athletics at Messiah — Developing More Than Just Athletes!
Messiah College has built a solid reputation for producing winning athletic teams year after year and has earned 13 Division III National titles. Messiah teams regularly achieve national
ranking and win Middle Atlantic Conference titles.
Our athletes turn in all-American performances and
have been featured in Sports Illustrated, USA Today,
the New York Times, and on national network television. Our coaches receive coaching awards at the national level, as well.
As a Messiah student you’ll also have almost unlimited opportunities to be a spectator and become a loyal Falcon fan at countless exciting athletic events throughout your college career. U.S. News and World Report ranked Messiah third in the country on their 2010 list of "Top Colleges for Soccer Fans" in the U.S. Messiah is the only Division III school on the list, which also includes schools such as University of Virginia, Stanford University, UCLA, and Notre Dame.
Intramural and Rec-sports
There are also a variety of recreational and intramural athletic programs and activities available for you on campus.
Intramural and rec-sports include:
- Flag football
- Floor hockey
Club Sports Programs include:
- Men's Club Soccer
- Women's Club Soccer
- Men's Volleyball
- Ice Hockey
- Women's Wrestling
- Ultimate Frisbee
Athletes and Scholars
Athletes looking for a college that is committed to balancing sports and academics will feel right at home at Messiah College too.
Messiah’s athletic teams’ academic achievements are as impressive as their athletic accomplishments. Our teams have been consistently presented with high grade point average and scholar-athlete awards – a testament to our goal of developing the whole student through sports.
Our many athletes and coaches aspire to do
God’s work through the faithful use of God’s gifts. In
the end, that means to serve others — their teammates,
their fellow students, their competitors, their college.
As a Messiah athlete, you practice something of
lifelong importance — directing your talents and hard
work toward a greater purpose.
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