Henderson State Reddies football
The Henderson State Reddies football program is a college football team that represents Henderson State University. The team is a member of the Great American Conference which is in the Division II of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Reddies are currently coached by Scott Maxfield, who is in his seventh year at the university. Home games are played at Carpenter-Haygood Stadium in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Henderson State shares the longest rivalry in Division II football with Ouachita Baptist University Tigers, the Battle of the Ravine, which began in 1895. Head Coach Of Auburn, Gus Malzhan is one of their most famous alumni by playing Wide Receiver for the Reddies.
|Henderson State Reddies|
|Athletic director||Shawn Jones|
|Head coach||Scott Maxfield|
14th season, 99–54 (.647)
|Conference||Great American Conference|
|Colors||Red and Gray|
|Fight song||That Old Reddie Spirit|
|Marching band||The Showband of Arkansas|
- For information on all Henderson State University sports, see Henderson State Reddies
Ouachita Baptist TigersEdit
- "Henderson State University Visual Identity and Brand Standards". Retrieved July 16, 2017.
- "Henderson State Historical Data". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 2014-02-10.