Updates from the Chiefs Club: October 21, 2019

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As of today, our Catawba Chiefs Club membership is at 590 which includes 190 new members. This puts us right at 165 members ahead of where we were at the same time last year.

Dear Current Chiefs Club membership,
Watch a video message from current Catawba Chiefs Club Board member, Trent Bradshaw. If each of our current Chiefs Club members could help us find a few more people willing to join and help support our Catawba Chiefs Club, we would reach our goal of 750 members. Ask a friend who could come with you to our Catawba home games, ask a former Catawba classmate, ask a former teammate to join. What a good reason to help get back in touch with a few people who would join OUR Catawba Chiefs Club if you asked them to!

Consider asking someone you know who owns a local business to consider joining. Our business listing is growing just like our Chiefs Club membership, and those businesses are getting a lot of exposure each Monday with our growing Chiefs Club membership e-newsletter.

We also need the support from our former Catawba student-athletes to meet this goal and our overall goal to have over 750 members in OUR Catawba Chiefs Club. If you are a former Catawba student-athlete, ask some of your teammates to join. They can help support the same athletic scholarships they received while playing on a team at Catawba.

Memberships start as low as only $100. Your gift is tax-deductible and will also place you on our weekly Chiefs Club e-newsletter mailing that goes out each Monday. The funds we raise with our Catawba Chiefs Club goes back to help support our athletic teams.

It would really help our efforts if you forwarded this message to anyone you think would consider joining and helping us get one step closer to OUR goal of 750 members.

Homecoming is October 25-27! View the schedule and information at www.catawba.edu/homecoming.

Read more about the 2019 Catawba Sports Hall of Fame.

The Salisbury Dairy Queen just helped us get one step closer to our 750 Chiefs Club membership goal of 750 members. This business has been a landmark in Salisbury for a very long time. When you are driving through Salisbury, stop by and visit one of our most recent Chiefs Club members.

Thanks to former Catawba Soccer player, Bradley Wylde, who helped us get one step closer to our goal of 750 members. Bradley is now the Executive Director of the Charlotte Soccer Academy.
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Former Cincinnati Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman attended the Saturday October 19th Catawba Football game. This year marks 46 years for Brennaman as the Cincinnati Reds broadcaster and also in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. Read More

Brennaman is pictured here with Catawba Director of Athletic Facilities and Catawba alumnus Ricky Joines.

The dedication for the softball light project at Whitley Field will be held on Friday, October 25th at 6:00pm. Read More

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Results & Recap

Tuesday, October 15th
Men’s Golf at Donald Ross Intercollegiate – Mimosa Hills – Morganton, NC - Read More

Tanner Bibey – Junior – Walnut Cove, NC

Women’s Golf at LeeAnn Noble Memorial – Achasta Golf Club – Dahlonega, GA
Set a new team record of 295. Read More

Volleyball at Francis Marion - Lost 3-2

Morgan Hester – Senior – Salisbury, NC

Wednesday, October 16th
Men’s Soccer – Lenoir-Rhyne – Lost 2-1

Carson Talboys – Junior – Huntersville, NC

Women’s Soccer – #8 Lenoir Rhyne – Won 4-3

Shelby Vasich – Senior – Chatsworth, CA

Thursday, October 17th
Women’s Tennis at Mt. Olive - Lost 4-3 - Read More

Lauren Laughton – Sophomore – Durham, NC

Friday, October 18th
Volleyball – UVA-Wise – Won 3-0 - Read More

Allie Grubb – Senior – Trinity, NC

Saturday, October 19th
Football – Newberry – Lost 44-21 - Read More

Elijah Banks – Sophomore – Lewisville, NC

Volleyball – Tusculum – Lost 3-2 - Read More

Jade Brooks – Junior – Hickory, NC

Women’s Soccer – Tusculum – Won 2-0 - Read More

Shelby Vasich – Senior – Chatsworth, CA

Men’s Soccer – Tusculum – Lost 6-3 - Read More

Ben Bielby –Sophomore- Middlebrough, England

Schedule of Upcoming Games

Monday, October 21st
Women’s Golf at Flagler Fall Slam – Marsh Creek Country Club – St. Augustine, FL
Men’s Golf at Queen Invitational – Irish Creek Golf Club – Kannapolis, NC

Tuesday, October 22nd
Women’s Golf at Flagler Fall Slam – Marsh Creek Country Club – St. Augustine, FL
Men’s Golf at Queen Invitational – Irish Creek Golf Club – Kannapolis, NC
Volleyball at Queens

Wednesday, October 23rd
Women’s Tennis vs. Newberry at Rock Hill, SC

Thursday, October 24th
The Coach Curtis Walker Catawba Football Coaches Show, hosted by WSAT Radio at the Shuckin' Shack in Downtown Salisbury (every Thursday at 7:00pm).


Catawba Basketball Hoops Fest – 7:00pm

Friday, October 25th
Volleyball at Coker

Saturday, October 26th
Football – Mars Hill – 1:30pm
Women’s Soccer – Carson Newman – 5:30pm
Men’s Soccer – Carson Newman – 8:00pm
Volleyball at Wingate
Cross-Country at SAC Championship – Wingate

Sunday, October 27th
No athletic events scheduled.

First day of official Catawba Women’s Basketball practice - Tuesday, October 15th.

Special & Featured Events



Golf Tournament Sponsorships Available
We are looking for hole sponsors for the 2019 Catawba Homecoming golf tournament at The Revival (The Crescent). You can sponsor a sign for $100 - for yourself, your business, a friend, in honor of someone, or in memory of someone. This is a very good way for your business to be seen or a very nice way to tell someone thank you.  To order a 2019 Catawba Homecoming golf tournament hole sponsorship, call Bill Hall or Bob Setzer at 704-637-4394. There is still time to add your sponsor sign for this year's Homecoming golf tournament.


Watch Catawba Football
The games listed below are scheduled to be televised LIVE. Check with your local affiliate to find out the station/channel to view the Catawba Football games.

October 26th – Mars Hill - 1:30pm
November 16th – Lenoir-Rhyne - 12:00pm

Athletic Projects & Updates

Catawba Sports Hall of Fame Display Completed!
Thanks to Coach Michael Sever who took care of planning and completing
this very important project for Catawba Athletics.

September 15, 2019                                            September 17, 2019

                     October 14, 2019                                            October 15, 2019

To order your Catawba Athletics logo belt, click here. The belts are $40 each and a portion of the sales will go back to help support OUR Catawba Chiefs Club. Special thanks to Catawba alumni, former Catawba golfer, and current Chiefs Club member David Van Aken, along with his son Tristan for putting together this special offering. Also, David’s daughter is a freshman this year on the Catawba Women’s Soccer team. Thanks, David and Tristan! So far we have sold 45 belts.

Current Chiefs Club Membership Business Listings 2019-2020

Adam Taylor



Andrew Harris CPA

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Cathy Griffin
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Coe Brier Inc. Builders
Mt. Pleasant, SC


CC of Salisbury

Salisbury Dairy Queen
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Debbie Suggs

Dianne Greene
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Farm Credit Carolina





The Forum




Graeber and Associates




James River

Kootnz and Smith

Leslie Poteat
Pampered Chef Consultant
Leslie Poteat - Pampered Chef

Lettered Lilly

Martin Miller

Matt Cross

Matt Cross

Medicine Shoppe

Mid Carolina

Miller Davis



Power Equipment



Contracting LLC.









Salisbury Power Equipment

State Farm




Taylor Lawn Care



warrior golf club

Wilson Brown Sock Company
Wilson Brown


Woodleaf Lanes



A new Holland Grill was secured by current Chiefs Club member and Chiefs Club Board member James Taylor '76 to use for a raffle. Bill Hall '66 and Bob Setzer '73, also current Chiefs Club members and Chiefs Club Board members, will help set up the raffle and distribute the tickets. If you would like to purchase raffle tickets, just contact me at jchildre@catawba.edu.

1000th Football Game: This year, when Catawba Football hosts Lenoir-Rhyne, it will be the 1000th football game for Catawba College. https://catawba.edu/images/emails/ath/chiefs/090219/index_clip_image003.jpg

We will be selling special 1000th Football Game t-shirts, sponsored by Davis & Davis Attorneys at Law, starting at the first home game up until our 1000th game with Lenoir-Rhyne on Saturday, November 16, 2019. You can purchase your Catawba 1000th football game t-shirt at the Chiefs Club membership tent or at the pre-game hospitality in the gym lobby for current Chiefs Club members. Shirts are $20.

This year, Catawba Athletics is partnering with Food Lion for their SACK to Give Back program. Every SACK is a SACK to Give Back this season! Food Lion Feeds will donate 1,000 meals each time Catawba makes a SACK! Home or away games up to 30,000 meals. We will also partner with Food Lion for two home games for their Forgot It We Got It promo. Details coming soon...


Parking for Catawba Home Football Games:
Parking lots available:

  • P1 and P2: about 400 yds. from Shuford Stadium (General Parking)
  • P15 and P17: about 100 yds. from Shuford Stadium (General Parking)
  • P18: behind the tennis courts, about 100 yds. to Shuford Stadium (General Parking)
  • P23: by the baseball field, gravel lot about 100 yds. to Shuford Stadium (General Parking)
  • P22: VIP/Reserved Parking Lot (reserved parking tag required)

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Jeff Childress
Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Development
Director of the Catawba Chiefs Club
2300 W. Innes St.
Salisbury, NC 28144

Chiefs Club

Catawba College Chiefs Club
2300 W Innes St, Salisbury, NC 28144
(704) 637-4394