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Fighting Scots Society

The Fighting Scots Society is an invaluable resource in enabling us to meet the financial challenges associated with conducting our programs.

With nearly 1/3 of Monmouth’s student body involved in our athletic programs Fighting Scots Society support makes a significant impact across the entire campus. Contributions benefit all athletic teams and are used to upgrade facilities, purchase weight training and video equipment, uniforms, and fund travel. Additionally, each year we are able to complete special projects around campus, such as installing retractable blinds in the natatorium and purchasing new football uniforms. Recently, the society helped underwrite the first annual Fighting Scots Awards Night, modeled after the Espy’s. An exciting new project—a colossal photo mural in Huff Athletic Center, celebrating all our varsity teams—will soon be completed.

Upcoming Projects

Our athletic programs have expanded substantially in recent years. As a result, our coaches and student-athletes are in need of additional space in which to gather for meetings. This year we hope to create a multi-sport instructional space within Huff Athletic, equipped for this purpose with additional lockers and a space designated for learning.

Though gifts of any amount are welcomed and appreciated, we encourage you today to be a "Leader in the Locker Room" by supporting this effort with a gift of $150 or more.

Also, those who support the cause with a gift of $1,000 or more will be recognized at our "Coaches Level."


Between two lockers are the words 'Leaders in the Locker Room.'

Steve Bloomer ’83
Cheryl Bloomer
Howard Fulford ’63

Michelle Moy ’89
Robert Stinauer ’76
Cheryl Stinauer

A clipboard reads 'Coaches Level.' A whistle hangs from the clipboard.

Alan Hatfield ’69
Phyllis Kettering ’58

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