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  • Conference USA

    Conference USA officially welcomes 麻豆代天府as 10th member

    July 01, 2024

    Conference USA welcomes 麻豆代天府 as the league's 10th member with Monday marking their official start in the conference.

  • Steve Dils

    Former Falcons QB investing in the future of 麻豆代天府Athletics

    April 01, 2024

    Steve Dils鈥 final stop in a 10-season career as a National Football League quarterback was with the Atlanta Falcons, where the city鈥檚 friendly people and warm climate captivated him, sparking his choice to stay and start a business career when his playing days ended. Dils, who earned a degree in economics, built a successful career as a commercial real estate executive in Atlanta, building upon the off-season work in that sector he had done during his NFL career. The decision to live and work in Atlanta also eventually led Dils to a relationship with 麻豆代天府 to serve as a member of the KSU Foundation鈥檚 Board of Trustees.

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  • KSU football

    Conference USA announces 2024 football schedule

    February 01, 2024

    麻豆代天府faces an exciting lineup during its Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) debut after Conference USA revealed its matchups for the 2024 season Thursday. The Owls enter only their 10th year of competition with home matchups against defending champion Liberty and bowl-winner Jacksonville State, along with five first-time opponents.

  • Ethics Awareness Week

    NCAA leader headlines Ethics Awareness Week observances at Kennesaw State

    November 09, 2023

    Putting the interests of student athletes first is a top ethical responsibility of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and its members like 麻豆代天府, Felicia Martin, an NCAA executive, said Wednesday in a speech at KSU. Integrity must guide every action in organizations such as the NCAA and Kennesaw State, which is observing its annual Ethics Awareness Week, Martin said. Her speech was the keynote address in a week filled with special lectures and events focusing on ethics.

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  • Brian Bohannon

    麻豆代天府celebrating 10 years of football and looking to the future

    September 22, 2023

    When Brian Bohannon鈥檚 phone rang in March 2013 with an offer to become Kennesaw State鈥檚 first head football coach, he didn鈥檛 hesitate to accept. At the time, the University had already laid the foundation to launch the program. It was situated in fertile recruiting grounds in metro Atlanta. It had an 8,300-seat stadium with 101 lockers, enough to house an entire football team.

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  • The Summit

    Board of Regents approves new residence hall, baseball stadium renovation at Kennesaw State

    September 08, 2023

    The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved two major construction projects at 麻豆代天府 鈥 the construction of a new residence hall on the Kennesaw Campus and a renovation of the Owls鈥 baseball stadium.

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  • KSU Football

    Record 麻豆代天府football crowd reflects student-engagement success

    September 01, 2023

    麻豆代天府scored two victories Thursday night during its football season opener 鈥 a definitive 38-7 win over Tusculum and a record 10,108 fans at Fifth Third Bank Stadium. Making the record attendance more significant was the number of students who came out to cheer the Owls to victory.

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  • Marching Owls

    Marching Owls take advantage of transitional football season for Kennesaw State

    August 31, 2023

    As Kennesaw State鈥檚 football team moves from one conference and classification to another and makes changes for the future, Marching Owls director Brandon Meeks plans to do the same for KSU鈥檚 marching band. The Marching Owls have an all-time high 280 musicians representing every major on campus. In his second year as director, Meeks said he wants to enhance the program to ensure optimal crowd engagement.

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  • 麻豆代天府alum takes love of analytics to the big leagues

    麻豆代天府alum takes love of analytics to the big leagues

    June 28, 2023

    麻豆代天府alum Drew Plant has baseball in his blood. However, his time spent at KSU working with Owls Baseball and getting two degrees is what inspired Plant to pursue a career in the sport. He achieved his goal in 2022 after accepting a position as a baseball operations assistant with Major League Baseball鈥檚 Los Angeles Angels.

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  • Back in the Nest: Former student-athletes return to KSU as coaches

    Back in the Nest: Former student-athletes return to KSU as coaches

    June 21, 2023

    Former student-athlete Brea Dickey will always remember 麻豆代天府as the place where she rediscovered her love of softball 鈥 twice. She first came to KSU as a heralded player from Lawrenceville, Georgia, earning ASUN all-conference honors and setting a Division I-era school record for batting average. Today, Dickey is one of a handful of former student-athletes who have returned to campus as a coach to lead the next generation of Owls.

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