Morehead State Eagles

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Morehead State Eagles
University Morehead State University
Conference Ohio Valley Conference, Pioneer Football League
NCAA Division I FCS
Athletic director Brian Hutchinson
Location Morehead, KY
Varsity teams 16
Football stadium Jayne Stadium
Basketball arena Ellis Johnson Arena
Baseball stadium Allen Field
Nickname Eagles
     Blue       Gold

The Morehead State Eagles are the intercollegiate athletic teams representing Morehead State University (MSU), located in Morehead, Kentucky, United States. The Eagles athletic program is a member of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC)[1] and competes at the NCAA Division I[2] level including the Football Championship Subdivision. The MSU teams are the Eagles, the eagle mascot is named Beaker, and the school colors are blue and gold.


A charter member of the Ohio Valley Conference, Morehead State University sponsors seven men's, eight women's and one co-ed teams in NCAA sanctioned sports:[3]

Men's Intercollegiate Sports Team article Head Coach Women's Intercollegiate Sports Team article Head Coach Co-ed Intercollegiate Sports Team article Head Coach
Baseball Eagles baseball Mike McGuire Basketball Greg Todd Rifle [v 1] Alan Joseph
Basketball Eagles men's basketball Sean Woods Cross Country Stephen Picucci
Cross Country Stephen Picucci Golf Stephanie Barker
Football [v 2] Eagles football Rob Tenyer Soccer Warren Lipka
Golf Matthew Martin Softball David Williams
Tennis Kevin Fulton Tennis Kevin Fulton
Track & Field (Outdoor only) Stephen Picucci Track & Field (Outdoor only) Stephen Picucci
Volleyball Jaime Gordon
  1. ^ Rifle is technically a men's sport, but men's, women's, and coed teams all compete against each other.
  2. ^ The football team competes as a member of the Pioneer Football League, a non-scholarship Division I (FCS) league.


  1. ^ "OVC Member Institutions". Ohio Valley Conference. Retrieved September 10, 2015. 
  2. ^ "Morehead State University". NCAA. Retrieved September 10, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Morehead State Eagles". Morehead State University. Retrieved September 10, 2015. 

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