2018 Georgia State Track & Field Try Out/Walk-On Information

Tryout Date: Friday, Oct. 6, 2017

Tryout Location:

Lakewood Stadium

70 Claire Dr.  Atlanta, GA  30315

  • Transportation may be provided with advanced notice
  • Other practice venues may be utilized

All participants are required to be currently enrolled, full-time students (12 credit hours) at Georgia State University (Downtown Atlanta campus only), in good academic standing and meet the GSU Track & Field Team Performance Standards. A physical within the last six months is also required.

Interested students must print and complete the attached forms and obtain required clearance and signatures from the Georgia State Athletics offices of Sports Medicine, Academics, and Compliance:

Sports Medicine: Attached paperwork, along with proof of a physical within the last six months, must be brought to the athletic training room, located in the Georgia State Sports Arena. Track & Field athletic trainer Hannah Johnson (hjohnson52@student.gsu.edu) is the contact.

Student-Athlete Academic Support: Forms must be signed by a GSU Athletics academic advisor.  Athletic Advisors’ offices are located at Georgia State (football) Stadium on the first floor.

Compliance: Tryout participants must receive final clearance from the GSU compliance office, which is located at Georgia State Stadium on the second floor. Contacts are Lisa Helth (lhelth@gsu.edu) and Danielle Davison (ddavison@gsu.edu). They will be available at the following times:

Only those who have completed the required paperwork and obtained the required signatures by Friday September 29 will be permitted to tryout

For questions or more information, contact GSU Track & Field assistant coach Kyle Stevenson at kstevenson@gsu.edu.

*Roster spots on the team are limited.

**Preference will be given to participants who:

  • Meet the posted GSU Team Performance Standards
  • Excel academically

*Meeting the above criteria does not guarantee a spot on the team.

Georgia State University Track & Field competes in the highly competitive Sun Belt Conference at the NCAA Division I level.