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Former Olympian Shoop Named Rowing Assistant

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—Barry University hired former Olympic gold medalist Lindsay Shoop as assistant coach of the women's rowing team, according to director of athletics Michael L. Covone. Shoop, who helped lead the women's 8+ to the gold medal at the 2008 Bejing Olympics, is a former rower from the University of Virginia. Shoop was joined on the...  read more

Rowing's Boncheva Competing at World Championships

AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands -- Barry University rowing alum Kristina Boncheva is competing for her native country in the World Rowing Championships this week. Boncheva, who completed her final season of collegiate rowing in the spring, is representing Bulgaria in the women's double sculls event along with partner Desislava Todorova. The...  read more

Follow GoBarryBucs on Social Media

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University athletics is weeks away from the start of the 2014-15 season. This year, the Buccaneers want to increase their following on social media sites. Beginning with preseason camp for fall sports, www.GoBarryBucs.com and our social media sites will feature the Bucs as they prepare for the upcoming seasons. Barry's...  read more

72 Buccaneers Named To the 2014 SSC Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll

WINTER PARK, Fla. – A record number 956 student-athletes were named to the Sunshine State Conference Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll for the 2014 spring semester, it was announced Friday by Commissioner Ed Pasque. A total of 133 student-athletes carried a perfect 4.0 grade-point average for the spring semester. Barry University placed 72 on...  read more

Barry Tops Spring Points In Director's Cup

CLEVELAND—For the second year in a row, the Barry Buccaneers are the kings (and queens) of spring in the Learfield Sports Director's cup. Barry finished 34th in the overall competition, but was first in the spring season thanks to outstanding campaigns by the men's and women's golf and tennis teams. Men's golf and women's tennis both captured the...  read more

Rowing Finishes 4th at NCAA Championships

INDIANAPOLIS -- Barry University rowing crew's Varsity 8+ finished fourth at the NCAA Division II Championships Sunday at Eagle Creek Reservoir. In their fifth straight trip to the NCAA national regatta, the No. 4-ranked Buccaneers' boat of coxswain Angela Dasch, stroke read more

Barry Rowing Bound for a Grand Finish

INDIANAPOLIS -- Barry University rowing team's Varsity 8 won the NCAA Division II Championships Repechage Saturday in a photo finish. The No. 4-ranked Buccaneers trailed No. 3 Western Washington through nearly the entire 2,000-meter race before making a significant push over the final 500 meters on the Eagle Creek Reservoir course to win by less...  read more

Rowing's 8+ 2nd in NCAA Championships Heat Race

INDIANAPOLIS – Barry University rowing team's Varsity 8 finished second in its heat race at the NCAA Division II Championships Friday at Eagle Creek Park. The Buccaneers crew of coxswain Angela Dasch, stroke Kristina Boncheva, Beth Desmond, Paola Girotto, Jelena Momirov, Luna Ugrenovic, Anais Foppoli, Mandy Carper and bow Ellie Hartman...  read more

Barry Rowing's 8 Selected for NCAA Championships

LIVE VIDEO MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University rowing crew's Varsity 8 received an at-large selection to compete in the NCAA Division II National Championships May 30-June 1 in Indianapolis. The Buccaneers 8 is one of two at-large selections to compete for its event title at Eagle Creek Park, site of last year's championships. Four teams will...  read more

Rowing: Varsity 8+ Places 3rd at Dad Vail

PHILADELPHIA -- Barry University's rowing crew's Varsity 8+ finished third in the Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta Division II Heavyweight Final Saturday. The No. 4-ranked Buccaneers boat of coxswain Angela Dasch, stroke Beth Desmond, Kristina Boncheva, Luna Ugrenovic, Jelena Momirov, Paola Girotto, Sam McKenzie, Mandy Carper and bow Anais Foppoli posted...  read more

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