The MSUM Dragon Athletics Department is excited to offer our fans and supporters a simple and easy way to get everything Dragons on their mobile devices through a new application which is available now on the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Marketplace.
The DRAGONS app features up to the minute news updates, a full schedule with the ability to add events directly into your calendar, past event information to check on recent games, social media feeds, every form of live media coverage we offer, and much more.
“This app is makes it easier than ever to be a fan of Dragon Athletics,” said Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing & Production Jon Wepking. “There’s no more searching for live coverage, it’s all packaged together for you and then some.”
The app features a LiveAlbum option that allows fans to post pictures within the app of themselves enjoying Dragon events or simply sporting their Dragon Pride. All YouTube videos are easily accessible as well as Photo Galleries of all Dragon home events. Fans can also check out features like a Virtual Tour of MSUM, live scores from around the NSIC, Radio Highlights clipped up from the games, and much more.
Every sport is also listed in the app for easy access to sport-specific schedules, rosters, and news. It also allows the department the ability to send push notifications to app users who want score updates and event information. Also, with signing day fast approacing (Feb. 5), those who download the app will be able to keep pace of all the signees as they happen with a Signing Day button.
“I look at Dragon Sports Media as one of our teams and as our teams aspire to be the best so does Dragon Sports Media,” said athletics direcor Doug Peters. “In the past year the GO! TEAM and Dragons Sports Media has worked hard to establish itself as one of the best in the country and the release of our fantastic mobile app keeps Dragon Athletics on the cutting edge of the fan experience.”
To easily find the app for your device, click the links below or simply search “MSUM Dragons” in your app program: