Clayton State Athletics has long been one of the top NCAA Division II athletics programs in the Southeast Region and continually strives to provide a safe and entertaining game environment for our students, faculty, staff, donors and community at all of our events.
If you have attended one or more of our home basketball games this season, we invite you to take a few minutes and fill out the online survey linked below and tell us what you liked, what you didn't and how we can make it better.
If you weren't able to come out and see your Lakers play at home this season, we'd love to have you join us next season. Please let us know what we can do to improve our game environment heading into next year so that we can see you among the many Clayton State fans in the crowd.
The survey will remain open until Mar. 24.
A Brief History of Your Clayton State Lakers
In the 25-year history of the program, Lakers student-athletes have produced an incredible 57 NCAA Tournament Appearances, 11 Peach Belt Conference Regular Season Championships, 14 PBC Tournament Titles and 54 All-Americans, all with just 12 sports. Highlighting these performances is the 2010-11 women’s basketball program, which claimed the first NCAA Division II National Championship in program history, doing so with a commanding 69-50 victory over Michigan Tech on Mar. 25, 2011 in St. Joseph, Mo.