SCHOOL NAME: Marygrove College
LOCATION: Detroit, Michigan
ADDRESS: 8425 W. McNichols Rd. Detroit, MI 48221
SCHOOL COLORS: Green & Gold
CONFERENCE: Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC)
AFFILIATION(S): National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA)
NAIA WEBSITE: www.naia.org
USCAA WEBSITE: www.theuscaa.com
WHAC WEBSITE: www.whac.net
PRESIDENT: Dr. Elizabeth Burns
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Steve Bloomfield (Albion College)
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PHONE: (313) 927-1391
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT FAX: (313) 927-1696
SPORTS INFORMATION: Todd E. McIntyre (Saint Josehp's College '16)
SPORTS INFORMATION PHONE: (313) 927-1419
SPORTS INFORMATION FAX: (313) 927-1696
ATHLETIC TRAINING: William Pugh (Wayne State University, '99)
ATHLETIC TRAINING PHONE: 313-927-1494
ATHLETIC TRAINING FAX: 313-927-1696
VARSITY SPORTS: Baseball, Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, and Women's Volleyball.
Marygrove College Athletics is an intercollegiate varsity athletic program that has membership with the NAIA and USCAA. Athletic scholarships are offered in addition to academic merit scholarships. Merit scholarships are based on the respective student-athlete's high school and/or previous college academic records. Marygrove's varsity teams compete against the best college programs in the midwest. The Mustang teams get an opportunity to compete for conference and national championships in the NAIA and USCAA. Contact Athletic Director Steve Bloomfield for more information on Mustang Athletics (313) 927-1391.
The Marygrove College Department of Athletics and Recreation operates within the mission of Marygrove College. Marygrove College educates its students toward intellectual and professional competence, active compassion and commitment. The department of athletics and recreation is a co-curricular arena for students to further develop these characteristics.
The mission of the Department of Athletics and Recreation is to provide opportunities for all members of the Marygrove College community to participate in fitness activities, recreational sports and competitive athletics. Through these opportunities, the department seeks to create an understanding of the benefits of physical and spiritual wellness, academic commitment and leadership.