Maple Leafs Athletic Club gets new look

by | Nov 21, 2018 | RRSN News | 0 comments

Athletic department unveils redesign to booster club established in 1999

GOSHEN, Ind. — The Goshen College Athletic Department is proud to announce the redesign of the Maple Leafs Athletic Club.

The official booster club of Maple Leaf athletics, originally launched in 1999, is composed of individuals who have the desire to help champion and continue to grow the athletic department at Goshen College.

The Maple Leafs Athletic Club’s intent is to supplement and enhance the student-athlete experience at Goshen. Immediate areas of need include, but are not limited to:

Ongoing facilities improvements, to ensure that Goshen athletics is at the forefront of the Crossroads League

Uniform costs, to establish a consistent, identifiable look across all sports.

Travel expenses, assisting our teams and staff in their travel to collegiate competition.

Joining the club brings benefits such as season passes, exclusive athletic memorabilia, access to hospitality events, and athletic event experiences.

“There is a tremendous amount of positive momentum in our athletic department right now, and rolling out the new-look Maple Leafs Athletic Club is a big piece of all of the great things that are happening,” said GC Director of Athletics Harold Watson. “When you join the Club, you can still earmark your donation to a specific sport, the department as a whole, or a combination of the two. We have made sure to set up price points to fit everyone’s budget!”

For more information, email Watson at [email protected]; to join the Maple Leafs Athletic Club, visit

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