QUICK FACTS
Location: Denton, Texas
Founded: 1890
Enrollment: 36,305
Nickname: Mean Green
Colors: Green and White
President: V. Lane Rawlins
Athletics Director: Rick Villarreal
Senior Woman Administrator: Cinnamon Sheffield
Media Relations Director: Eric Capper
Ticket Office Phone: (940) 565-2527
Alumni Director: Robert McKinney

LINKS
Athletics Website: meangreensports.com
University Website: unt.edu
Alumni Website: untalumni.com
Facebook: Mean Green Sports
Twitter: @MeanGreenSports
Convention Bureau: http://discoverdenton.com/
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ATHLETIC FACILITIES
Football Stadium: Apogee Stadium (30,850)
Basketball Arena: Super Pit/Coliseum (10,500)
Softball: Lovelace Stadium
Soccer: Mean Green Soccer Field (1,000)
Tennis: Waranch Tennis Complex
Track & Field: Fouts Field
Volleyball: Volleyball Center (600)

SPONSORED SPORTS (16)
MEN (6) - Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor & Outdoor Track & Field
WOMEN (10) - Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor & Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball

NOTABLE ALUMNI

  • PAT BOONE - Singer; actor; entertainer
  • THOMAS HADEN CHURCH - Actor
  • BOB DOROUGH - Jazz musician, composer and music director of Schoolhouse Rock
  • MICHAEL FAIRCLOTH - Fashion designer; designer to First Lady Laura Bush
  • PHYLLIS GEORGE - Miss America 1971; broadcaster with NFL Today; entrepreneur
  • "MEAN" JOE GREENE - NFL Hall of Fame; DL for the five-time Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s
  • DON HENLEY - Grammy-winning singer and musician; member of The Eagles and solo artist; environmental activist
  • NORAH JONES - Grammy winning vocalist
  • TOM "BONES" MALONE - Trombonist; member of the original Saturday Night Live band; currently serves as the principal arranger and trombonist for the Late Show with David Letterman
  • KERRY GAMMILL - Cartoonist; created Superman, Indiana Jones and ROM comic strips
  • LARRY MCMURTRY - Writer; Pulitzer Prize winner; shared the Golden Globe for Best Screenplay and an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay of Brokeback Mountain.
  • BILL MOYERS - Television journalist; former chief correspondent for CBS Reports and senior news analyst for CBS News; former press secretary for President Lyndon Baines Johnson
  • DR. PHIL MCGRAW - Self-help expert
  • SAM MOON - Owner of Sam Moon Trading Company
  • JANE NELSON - Texas State Senator, Senate District 12
  • ROY ORBISON - Singer and guitarist
  • RON SHANKLIN - NFL Football player
  • MARY SUHM - City Manager, City of Dallas
  • BRIAN WATERS - 2009 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year and six-time Pro Bowler
  • PETER WELLER - Actor; starred in Robocop and Buckaroo Bonzai

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