|School Name:||Kennesaw State University|
|Arena:||KSU Convocation Center|
|Head coach:||Tony Ingle|
Kennesaw State University, commonly known as Kennesaw State, is a public, coeducational university part of the University System of Georgia, and is located in unincorporated Kennesaw, Georgia, USA, approximately 20 miles north of Atlanta. The president of the university is Daniel Papp, Ph.D, the University's third president. Currently, KSU is the third largest university in the University System of Georgia with nearly 20,000 students.
The Kennesaw State Fighting Owl and Lady Owl basketball teams play Division I basketball in the expansive Convocation Center on the campus of KSU. The teams previously played in the legendary Spec Landrum Center where the men won the NCAA Division II National Championship in 2004.
The current men's head coach is Tony Ingle. "Courtside with Tony Ingle" is the official basketball television show of KSU which airs on Comcast Sports South weekly. KSU had nine home games aired locally on TV23 and Cobb's Education Television. Nathan McCreary provided the play-by-play and David Albert was the color commentator. Both are graduates of KSU. Albert also was the voice for the Lady Owls during webcasts once the men's season concluded. The Owls are currently in talks to continue having their games televised in Cobb County.
The current women's head coach is Colby Tilley.