RISING SUN, Md. - The Catholic University men's golf team finished sixth place out of thirteen competing teams in this weekend's Revolutionary Collegiate Classic at Chesapeake Bay Golf Club, carding a 667 score after two rounds of play.Full Story
LANCASTER, Pa. - The Catholic University men's golf team set two new program bests on Monday afternoon at the Franklin & Marshall Invitational, carding a new lowest score of 301 (+17) for its best event finish, tied 5th out of 17...Full Story
HERSHEY, Pa. - On Tuesday, the Catholic University men's golf team finished ninth out of 19 schools and first out of four schools from the Landmark Conference at the Elizabethtown Invitational played at Hershey Country Club.Full Story
Dolan to Lead Catholic Men’s & Women’s GolfThe Catholic University of America Associate Vice President & Director of Athletics Sean Sullivan announced the appointment of Ed Dolan as the Cardinals’ men’s & women’s varsity golf coach as the program returns to the fold...Full Story
Hoopsville: Shaping the SeasonAs the season turns from the first to the second half, we are starting to see which teams are doing more than just getting off to good starts. Now conference races are starting to take shape and we get an idea of how the rest of the season may play out.
On Thursday's edition of Hoopsville, Dave will chat with several coaches whose teams are either leading their conferences or in the battle for first place. Are these teams going to still be near the top come late February? What do they have to do to maintain their level of success. Dave even hit the road to Washington, DC to chat with several of his guests.
Dave will also talk to a coach who now has the second-most wins in Division III history. Wooster's Steve Moore won his 787th (700th at Wooster) Wednesday night. Moore joins Dave in the NABC Coach's Corner to discuss the incredible milestone and all the milestons along the way.
Hoopsville hits the air live at 7:00 PM ET.
And don't forget about the Hoopsville Mailbag segment! Email us your questions and we will answer them on air tonight or on a future show.
Guest appearences (in order):
- Steve Moore, Wooster men's coach - NABC Coach's Corner
- Kevin Kovacs, Gallaudet men's coach
- Matt Donohue, Catholic women's coach
- Chuck Winkelman, Calvin women's coach
- Dale Wellman, Nebraska Wesleyan men's coach
Khouri Beats the Buzzer and Juniata, 65-64Senior guard Louis Khouri beats the buzzer with a scoop layup to beat Juniata, 65-54. Read the full story here: http://www.cuacardinals.com/sports/mbkb/2016-17/releases/20170107u3tz3t
Catholic Wins Landmark Title On OT Gamewinner with 3.1 Seconds LeftIn a Landmark Conference, instant-classic, The Catholic University of America men's lacrosse team won a thrilling overtime game at Elizabethtown in the conference championship for its second-straight title and another trip to the NCAA Tournament. After a back-and-forth regulation, Tournament MVP Tim Keith scored with 3.1 seconds left on the overtime clock to clinch the 13-12 victory and make Catholic back-to-back league champs. Full story: http://www.cuacardinals.com/sports/mlax/2015-16/releases/20160507p08jsz
Catholic Women's Lacrosse Makes it a 3-Peat with Landmark TitleIt's now a three-peat for The Catholic University of America women's lacrosse team as they downed Scranton on Saturday afternoon, 19-12, to earn the Landmark Conference Championship. It is the Cardinals' eighth league crown and trip to the NCAA Tournament in the past nine seasons. More info here: http://www.cuacardinals.com/sports/wlax/2015-16/releases/20160507psqij1
Men's Soccer Sophomore Jack Traxler a Catholic Honors Program StandoutTraxler has performed at the Kennedy Center. Twice. The sophomore vocal performance major came to Catholic University because it enabled him to pursue the three things most important to him: a rigorous education, a chance to study and perform music, and the opportunity to compete on an intercollegiate soccer team.
CUA Men's Basketball Wins 2016 Landmark ChampionshipDANCING IN DC!
Highlights and celebration of Catholic University's win over No. 16 Susquehanna in the Landmark Conference title game. With the 83-80 victory, the Cardinals are headed to the Division III NCAA Tournament.
2016 CUA Athletics Hall of Fame CeremonyOn Saturday, Jan. 30 2016, The Catholic University of America Department of Athletics, in collaboration with the Office of Alumni Relations, inducted its newest Hall of Fame Class at a luncheon on campus. The inductees were selected by a committee consisting of CUA alumni, university administrators and athletics department staff.
Cardinal Weekend 2015Check out some of the highlights from Cardinal Weekend 2015, including Homecoming, Alumni Reunions and CUA Football!
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge...ACCEPTEDThe Catholic University of America Department of Athletics accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Clark University. CUA now looks for the CUA V.P. of Student Affairs and the DOS office staff, the University of Scranton Athletics Department and the Hampden-Sydney Football staff to step and accept the challenge.
Internazionale Milano at CUAFor the second consecutive summer, the Catholic University of America has been selected to host a professional European soccer team for their pre-season training venue. This year the Catholic University of America hosted Internazionale Milano.