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The Athletics Department provides student-athletes with the necessary knowledge and experience to achieve their athletic and academic potential while developing a sense of self and leadership qualities in a positive competitive atmosphere. Involvement in sports at Midway University contributes to the development of the whole person.

Athletic Facilities

The Midway University athletic facilities will be open only to faculty, staff, students, and approved guests unless otherwise arranged through the Athletic Director. Guests must be approved by the Athletic Director or designee and must be accompanied by a Midway University faculty, staff, or student at all times. The Athletics Department reserves the right to modify facility hours in order to meet varsity practice and competition times.

Use of the facilities is at the user’s risk; therefore, each individual must sign a Release of Liability. Members of the University community may obtain the Release of Liability form along with a brief information sheet from the Office of Student Affairs.  No one will be permitted to use the athletic facilities unless the release form has been signed.

Intercollegiate Athletics

Midway University is committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics.  Athletic teams are fielded in archery, baseball, basketball, bowling, cheerleading, cross country, dance, equestrian (hunt and western), eSports, golf, soccer, softball, sprint football, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and wrestling.  Midway University is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), the River States Conference (RSC), the Mid-South Conference (MSC), the Midwest Sprint Football League (MSFL), the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA), the United States Bowling Congress (USBC), and USA Archery.

Athletic scholarships are available based on athletic qualifications and evaluation by the head coach of each individual sport.

Students who are in the EON program are prohibited from participation in intercollegiate athletics with the exception of those in the RN to BSN program.

Last updated: 08/09/2022