Montreat College
 Sports Information

Montreat College Athletics Quick Facts

Location: Montreat, N.C.
Founded: 1916
Enrollment: 1,011
Nickname: Cavaliers
Colors: Navy, White & Gold
Affiliation: NAIA
Conference: Appalachian Athletic Conference
President: Paul Maurer
Athletic Director: Jose Larios



Athletic Deparment Mailing Address:
    Montreat College Athletics
    310 Gaither Circle
    Montreat, NC 28757

Facilities
Baseball: Newell Field
Basketball/Volleyball: McAlister Gymnasium
Golf: The Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa
Softball: Roxy Hines Memorial Softball Field
Soccer: Howard Fisher Memorial Field

 

Sports Information Department

The Montreat College Sports Information Office serves as the primary outlet for information pertaining to the college's 17 varsity intercollegiate teams. The department provides media services and is responsible for all public and media relations involving athletics. It also manages the athletic department's website MontreatCavaliers.com in addition to the official Twitter @MontreatCavs and Facebook @MontreatCavaliers pages, compiles statistical and historical records, produces publications and manages promotional activities for the athletic department.



Sport Contacts

Men's and Women's Soccer, Volleyball, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Men's Basketball, Men's and Women's Track & Field, Baseball:

Women's Basketball: Meghan Austin

Men's Golf: John Sullivan

Women's Golf: John Sullivan

Men's and Women's Lacrosse: Will McMinn

Softball: Heather Maston

Men's and Women's Tennis:

   

Primary Outlets

Those wishing to be a primary outlet of Montreat College athletics will regularly receive news releases, game previews, game recaps, box scores and other notes of interest. To be included on the primary media contact list, notify SID .

 

Game Programs, Notes, Media Information
Pregame information will be distributed to the media when available. If notes are not available, the Sports Information Office will be glad to assist media members to ensure accurate information.

 

Technology (Radio)
Visiting media members wishing to cover a Montreat College hosted athletic event should contact the Sports Information Office well in advance, in case a special effort for technological needs is in order. Radio should be requested one week in advance.

 

Photographers
Photographers will be asked to utilize standard shooting locations depending on sport. Please talk with the Sports Information Office at events to get more specific information, including whether there are any restricted areas for a specific sporting event.

 

Conference and National Information
Montreat College competes nationally in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), while being one of 12 full members of the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC).

 
 
 
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