Mount St. Joseph University is proud to enter the Collegiate Esports Scene with the addition of its 23rd Intercollegiate Sport. The 2019-20 school year will see the Lions take part in their inaugural season of competitive gaming. The student-athletes will be competing in the League of Legends, Rocket League, and Fortnite in tournaments such as Collegiate Star League, AVGL, ulol, and the Collegiate Rocket League Series.

The Lions will be led by Head Coach Tim David, who comes to the Mount having already established himself as a competitive League of Legends player. Tim will also serve as a member of the University's admissions team with an emphasis on the city of Louisville.

The MSJ Esports facility features eight top end PC's that were designed specifically for high-end gaming. The student-athletes who are members of the Mount's Esports team will have 24-hour a day, 7-day a week access to the machines.


The Mount will compete in the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE). NACE is a nonprofit membership association organized by and on behalf of its member institutions. Together, members develop the structure and tools needed to advance collegiate esports in the varsity space. NACE membership is collaborating to lay the groundwork in areas such as: eligibility, path to graduation, and competition and scholarships. NACE is the only association of varsity esports programs at colleges and universities across the United States.

Interested in playing Esports at the college level?

Click below and fill out the recruiting questionnaire, and coach David will be happy to reach out to you and share all of the information about MSJ Esports, including potential scholarship opportunities.

About The Mount

Mount St. Joseph University is a Catholic institution grounded in the spiritual values and vision of its founders, the Sisters of Charity. Located on the west side of Cincinnati in Delhi Township, the Mount is dedicated to student success and well-being, emphasizing values, integrity, and social responsibility. The Mount was founded in 1920 as one of the only women's colleges in the eastern United States at the time. Today the University educates a diverse coeducational population of more than 2,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students. Nearly 99 percent of those who earn a degree from the Mount are employed, enrolled in graduate studies, or volunteering within six months of graduation.

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