Johnson & Wales (Denver) Becomes 9th SCAC MemberLAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – In an announcement made today at league headquarters, Johnson & Wales University (Denver) has accepted membership into the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC), becoming the ninth member of the NCAA Division III league.
5 Players Named on 2016 SCAC All-Sportsmanship TeamLAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) today announced its ninth annual fall All-Sportsmanship teams. A total of 41 student-athletes were selected to the 2016 squad in the sports of men’s cross country, women’s cross country, football, men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball.
Dallas 2016 Hall of Fame Class Introduced SundayIRVING, Texas – On Sunday the University of Dallas recognized three former student-athletes being inducted into the Hall of Fame. Edgar Tavares was selected for men’s soccer, Kelli Fuentes was selected for volleyball, and Bastian Vaandrager was selected for men’s tennis. This trio becomes the 19th class - since the first in 1998 - to introduce former Crusaders into the Dallas Athletics Hall of Fame. The total number of inductees has now reached 67 after Sunday’s ceremony.
Eight Crusaders named to USCAA All-Academic TeamsVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – On Friday, the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) released the soccer, volleyball, and cross country All-Academic Team. To be eligible, a student-athlete must have a grade point average (GPA) of at least a 3.5-mark.
Learn how You can #InvestinUDSoccerIRVING, Texas - The University of Dallas is committed to advancing Crusader Athletics by making significant upgrades to our current athletic facilities.
Dallas ranked 7th on Tucker Center StudyMINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – According to a study conducted by the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport at University of Minnesota, The University of Dallas athletics department ranked 7th of 56 schools reviewed within six of NCAA Division III conferences.
UD's Other Olympian, Almost, Not QuiteFait Elkins is the subject referred to in the headline but before that I think a little background is necessary. The University of Dallas began in 1906 as Holy Trinity College and in 1910 became the University of Dallas. The campus was on Oak Lawn Avenue in Dallas and the cornerstone is in the garden outside of Gorman if anyone cares to take a look.
How to Stay Updated with your #UDCrusadersIRVING, Texas - With the fall seasons opening in a little over a week, fans are reminded that they have several ways to keep up with the University of Dallas Athletics results, news, and other media coverage throughout the year.
Dallas Names Corrie Bober Assistant Athletics TrainerIRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas announced Monday the hiring of Corrie Bober as the Assistant Athletics Trainer. She replaces Kai Okitsu, who resigned and completed his final day on July 5. Okitsu was accepted into Physical Therapy (PT) School after serving on the Crusaders’ staff for six years.
SCAC Releases 2016 Spring All-Sportsmanship TeamsLAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) today announced its eighth annual spring All-Sportsmanship teams. A total of 49 student-athletes were selected to the 2015-16 squad in the sports of baseball, men's golf, women's golf, softball, men's tennis, women's tennis, men's track & field and women's track & field.
2016 Athletics Banquet held SundayIRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas Athletics Department celebrated the third annual athletic banquet on Sunday at the Haggar University Center on campus. Each coach for the 14 NCAA affiliated programs took a few minutes to reflect on the teams’ year. The Most Valuable Players (MVPs) were announced, which are voted by the athletes on each team once a season ends. Other notable honors were handed out and/or announced.
Gonzalez and Mayer attend NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership ForumIRVING, Texas – Two student-athletes from the University of Dallas attended the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum held in Phoenix, Arizona, from April 7-10. Junior men’s basketball player Lorenzo Gonzalez (San Antonio, Texas) and junior women’s soccer player Cascade Mayer (Kapaa, Hawaii) represented the Crusaders.
Onyenso and Poe Named among SCAC All-Sportsmanship TeamsLAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) released the eighth annual All-Sportsmanship teams. A total of 41 student-athletes were selected to the 2015-16 squad in the sports of men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s swimming & diving and women’s swimming and diving.
Trio tabbed for USCAA All-American HonorsUniontown, Pa. – Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, the presenting sponsor of the 2016 USCAA Basketball National Championships, played host to the USCAA championship banquet on Tuesday night. At the banquet the USCAA awarded 128 All-Americans in its four divisions of basketball.
SCAC Releases 2015 Fall All-Sportsmanship TeamsLAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) today announced its eighth annual fall All-Sportsmanship teams. A total of 41 student-athletes were selected to the 2015 squad in the sports of men’s cross country, women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, and volleyball.
2015 Hall of Fame Induction completed SundayIRVING, Texas – On Sunday, November 1, 2015, the University of Dallas expanded its Hall of Fame class to 64 members with the induction of three former athletes at the institution. Among the trio were: Angela Cuba (’10), Tom Fogerty (’09), and Blake Guyton (’04).
Cross Country SCAC Media DayIRVING, Texas - Head Coach Matt Barber and seniors Ruth Fritz (Boise Idaho) and Ryan McAnany (Kansas City, Kan.) discussed the opening fall campaign with the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) on Wednesday.
SCAC Student-Athletes Explain Why They Chose D3Featuring:
Kendall Heitmeier of Austin College
Brett H. Vaughn of Austin College
Justin Cueto of Centenary College
James Lonergan of Colorado College
Maddie Cahill-Sanidas of Colorado College
Alex Compte of the University of Dallas
Michael Sarrat of the University of Dallas
Sam Pistrui of Schreiner University
Samantha Sterling of Schreiner University
Kaitlyn Campbell of Southwestern University
Taylor Dydalewicz of Texas Lutheran University
David Ching of Texas Lutheran University
Anecia Richardson of Trinity University
Bryony Harris of Trinity University