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Men's Soccer Open Season with Win Over North Georgia

DAHLONEGA, Ga.—Barry Men's Soccer opened up the 2014 season Thursday night with a 3-1 away win over the North Georgia Nighthawks. North Georgia was opening a brand new soccer facility on Thursday but the Bucs quickly spoiled the party with a fourth minute goal by Nico Gerke off a Ryan King free kick. Gerke continues his goal scoring form from...  read more

Men's Basketball Alumnus to Begin Pro Career

MIAMI, Fla. – Former Barry University men's basketball player Vladimir Raymonvil signed a professional contract with ASC Mainz in Germany. He leaves Saturday to fly overseas. He will have two weeks of training camp before the first game Sept. 20. Raymonvil, who finished his Buccaneers career in 2013 as the school's third-leading career free...  read more

Women's Soccer Look To Continue Ascent In the SSC

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers are coming off a Sunshine State Conference regular-season title in 2013 and picked second in the SSC heading into this season. With 13 letterwinners and eight starters back in 2014, but the Bucs should still be a force to be reckoned with in the SSC. “I think we did really well last year,” head...  read more

GoBarryBucs Seeking Social Media Milestone Marks

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University athletics is calling out to you to join the GoBarryBucs social media movement. In other words, follow the Buccaneers at GoBarryBucs. Barry is expanding its social media coverage in 2014-15, and reaching for new milestone marks. Already this year, GoBarryBucs Facebook followers exceeded 2,000. Now we're...  read more

Barry Athletics Broadcasts Improved in 2014-15

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University athletics will partner with Stretch Internet and GameCentral to offer a new and upgraded look to video broadcast coverage in 2014-15. With GameCentral's improved Live Stats features, in addition to expanded video possibilities, the Buccaneers' live streaming will take on a fresh and enhanced look this...  read more

Volleyball Set to Start 2014 in Motion Friday

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Steve Hendricks sat in his office in the tiny quarters nestled behind Barry University's shiny refurbished Health & Sports Center gym floor, envisioning the possibilities. It was the start of academia season. It was also the start of the volleyball season – the fourth to be specific for Hendricks and the...  read more

Men's Soccer Looks to Build Off Tournament Championship Going into New Year

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- After winning the Sunshine State Conference tournament in 2013, head coach Steve McCrath and his Buccaneers squad are looking towards building upon their late season success as they go into the 2014 season with a good number of returning veterans and a new class of promising newcomers. In 2013, the Buccaneers struggled with...  read more

Knight Joins Buccaneer Administration As Assistant AD

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—Amanda Knight has been named the assistant director of athletics for compliance and special events, director of athletics Michael L. Covone announced today. Previously the senior woman administrator at Texas A&M-Kingsville, Knight brings plenty of experience to the Buccaneers. Knight joined the Javelina athletic department...  read more

Men's Basketball Adds 2 More For Upcoming Season

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University men's basketball team announced the additions of power forward/center Tray Leonard and guard Josh Irving for the upcoming season. Leonard, a 6-8, 280-pound junior who transferred from Division I Fordham, averaged 4.5 points and 4.2 rebounds per game as a sophomore with the Rams last year. He also blocked...  read more

Maehama Named Finalist For NCAA Woman of the Year

INDIANPOLIS—Barry's Akemi Maehama was named as a Top-30 finalist in the 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year Competition. Maehama becomes the ninth Buccaneer to become a finalist for the award, the most among schools in all divisions. From an original pool of 446 nominees, the list was pared down to 130 conference honorees. From there, 10 women were...  read more

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