Team Bogey MembershipTeam Bogey Coordinators

Team Bogey Coordinator is a paid leadership role and serves as 1/2 of the Spirit and Traditions staff within the Campus Activities Board. The coordinators help plan a variety of events, contests, and activities. To find out more information and to apply, please click HERE.


Team Bogey Committee

Committee volunteers assist the  Coordinators with the planning and execution of events and activities. The committee is currently limited to 5 dedicated individuals. Requirements include:

- Be a full-time, enrolled student at McKendree University and remain in good academic and judicial standing

- Attendance at meetings

- Attendance at scheduled events

- Assist with marketing efforts

- Additional information can be found HERE


Through involvement, it is expected that committee members gain leadership skills and experience to apply for a coordinator position. An additional goal through involvement and commitment, is to re-establish Team Bogey as a Registered Student Organization. To apply for the Team Bogey Committee, please click HERE.


The Purple Pit
(Student Cheering section)

We want a ton of fun, crazy, Bearcat fanatics to be members of the Purple Pit!
The Purple Pit is known as our student section at athletic games. Requirements:

1. Wear Purple

2. Sit in the student section

3. Cheer like crazy for the Bearcats!


5 Reasons to Join the Team Bogey Purple Pit

1. You are passionate about McKendree University and Bearcat Athletics!

2. (1) Free Team Bogey t-shirt

3. Opportunities to get free stuff for attending athletic events

4. The only cost for membership is your voice and attendance!

5. It is a great way to start your involvement and be part of tradition.

The Team Bogey Mission Statement and Conduct Code are very important to us. All Team Bogey members are not only expected to follow the guidelines, but are also expected to set a strong example for other students in how to follow them. We want to represent the McKendree student body in a positive manner, as well as be a role model within the student community.