GCSU Men’s Flag Football brings home National Championship

GCSU Men’s Flag Football brings home National Championship

Congratulations to the Georgia College & State University Future Daddy’s and Beast on their performance at the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association National Flag Football Championship this weekend in Round Rock, Texas.

GCSU Future Daddy’s and Beast at the NIRSA Flag Football National Tournament in Round Rock, Texas.
GCSU Future Daddy’s and Beast at the NIRSA Flag Football National Tournament in Round Rock, Texas.

The Future Daddy’s won the National Championship, besting University of Texas San Antonio 41 – 14 in the championship final on Sunday. The men’s team went undefeated throughout the three-day tournament.

Beast finished fourth in the women’s flag football tournament, winning two of four games over the weekend.

Future Daddy’s Marcus Prestwood won tournament Most Valuable Player accolades and is recognized as the top men’s flag football player in the country.

NIRSA named GCSU’s Maggie Glover, Jonah Paul and Hunter Payne to their respective All American teams.

This is the second time in three flag football seasons that the GCSU men’s teams won the national championship. GCSU women’s teams have finished in the top four for two consecutive seasons.

Congratulations to all Bobcats who represented GCSU in this 2023 NIRSA National Championship.