Emporia State University is proud to introduce Live at the Hive, presented by Busch Light, an all-new game day experience for Hornet fans with live music, food trucks, tailgate games and more!
Emporia State Athletics mourns the passing of redshirt sophomore football player Brexten Green who passed away on July 2 in a cliff diving accident at Grand Lake in Oklahoma.
A career that has covered five different decades, the last 23 years at Emporia State, will be coming to an end on July 1, 2022 when Kent Weiser retires as the Director of Athletics at Emporia State University.
A ribbon cutting on Saturday, Oct. 2, for the Kossover Family Tennis Complex celebrates the vision of two former ESU student-athletes to build the first indoor tennis complex in the MIAA.
After a pause in practices, Emporia State University has resumed all intercollegiate athletics activities following a short delay due to an abundance of caution related to COVID-19.
Emporia State University today temporarily suspended all intercollegiate athletics activities after a number of positive COVID-19 tests were found connected to student-athletes.
Amid the numerous festivities on the ESU campus during last weekend’s Homecoming celebration, a defining moment for Emporia State Athletics took place. On Saturday, October 19, ESU held the ceremonial groundbreaking for the Kossover Family Tennis Complex.
Welch Stadium on the Emporia State University campus will open at 8 p.m. for people who want to view the community fireworks display on Thursday, July 4. The west side of the stadium and the field offer the best views.