Fighting Scots Society

The Fighting Scots Society supports student-athletes and coaches, maintaining and growing a premiere athletics program.

 

The Monmouth College Fighting Scots Society generates nationwide interest and financial support for the College’s 22 athletic programs, and it is critical to the success of our coaches and their scholar-athletes. It provides much-needed funds for recruitment, facility enhancement, athletic training resources and more.

Our Scots have won numerous Midwest Conference championships and set new records every year. We’re pleased to say that the Fighting Scots Society is doing the same with record numbers of donors and support. But in order for our programs to be perennial contenders at the national level, increased support of the Fighting Scots Society is needed. That support, along with our outstanding academic programs, beautiful campus and strong sense of community, will allow us to stand out against other institutions.

You are the team behind our teams, and we invite you to support a group of coaches and scholar-athletes who grow, learn and mature through victories and defeats while developing knowledge and skills in the classroom that help them earn the most important prize of all – a Monmouth College diploma.

For more information about how you can cheer the Fighting Scots from home, contact Michael Blaesing ’96

Staff

  • Michael Blaesing

    Michael Blaesing ’96

    Development Officer, Athletics & Corporate Relations

    Office phone: 309-457-2232
    Email Michael View Profile

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Completed Projects

2020-2021

.Remember the grand columns outside Glennie Gym? This historic entrance is being renovated thanks to generous gifts from Scots nationwide. Check back soon for pictures of the completed project!

2019-2020

An Outdoor Softball Batting Cage will ensure our Scots softballers swing for the fences in every game

2018-19

The athletic training and hydrotherapy rooms renovation in the Huff Athletic Center is vital to the student-athletes who use these spaces on a daily basis. As our programs have grown, so have our student-athletes’ needs. Updated equipment and tubs help our student-athletes recover more quickly and continue to grow in their respective sport.

2017-18

Updates to the Trotter Fitness Complex were installed, including new equipment, flooring and wall graphics.

2016-18

A new voice came to Peacock Memorial Athletic Park as the sound system for baseball and soccer was upgraded. New  soccer scoreboards were also installed.

 

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