Morehead State is highly regarded for its athletic programs and serves as a source of great pride for its alumni, faculty, staff, and students.The Office of Intercollegiate Athletics at Morehead State proudly sponsors eight men's programs, eight women's programs, and one coeducational program (rifle). MSU is a member of the NCAA, Ohio Valley Conference, and Pioneer Football League. All sports compete within the OVC at the Division I level except football, which competes at the I-AA level in the Pioneer Football League. MSU Athletics programs for men include baseball, basketball, football, cross country, outdoor track, golf, rifle and tennis. Women's programs include basketball, cross country, golf, outdoor track, rifle, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball.Athletic facilities and personnel are located in several structures on campus. The administrative staff and many coaches are located in the Academic-Athletic Center (basketball), Jayne Stadium/Jacobs Field (football and soccer), Allen Field (baseball), University Field (softball), and Sadler Courts (tennis). Jacobs Field (football and soccer) was resurfaced during the summer of 2009 with a new, state-of-the-art "Astroturf Game Day Grass" surface.Morehead State annually finishes among the leaders in the nation and conference in academic excellence. MSU has won the prestigious Ohio Valley Conference Institutional Academic Achievement Award 10 times.*MSUEagles.com is the official commercial site of MSU Athletics; this site is external to the Morehead State University Web site. All questions and comments about the site should be directed to email@example.com.
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