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Barry Baseball Moves Up in SSC Preseason Poll

MIAMI SHORES, FL— Finishing the 2014 season in 8th place in the Sunshine State Conference, Barry baseball is predicted to have a better finish this year as they were voted to end up in 7th place in the 2015 SSC preseason coaches' poll. After finishing last season with a 29-19 record which included going just 9-14 in SSC play, the Bucs look to...  read more

CRW Bowling is back!

The Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness invites the Barry community to take part in the Spring 2015 Intramural Bowling League. This year's league will be held on Mondays, starting February 2 – March 30, 2015. Interested participants are encouraged to drop by the Recreation Office at Landon Room 112 for roster, rules, or registration...  read more

Share the Warmth Clothes Drive

Winter can be a difficult time for the homeless Miami Rescue Mission less fortunate in our community but we can help bring some comfort by helping people stay warm. During the next three weeks, the Clinical Biology program will be collecting warm items such as: Scarves Gloves Hats Socks (any size) Only new items will be accepted. Please bring all...  read more

Battle in Boca: Men's Basketball Meets Lynn 7:30 p.m. Wednesday

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – It's being billed as the “Battle in Boca.” No. 3/4 Barry University men's basketball team plays at No. 16/24 Lynn 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Boca Raton in a battle for first place in the Sunshine State Conference. The Buccaneers (13-1, 5-0 SSC) share the top spot with the Fighting Knights (12-2, 5-0) in the...  read more

Men's Basketball Moves Up to No. 3/4 in Polls

Barry University men's basketball team is ranked No. 3 in this week's NCAA Division II College Sports Information Directors media poll, released Tuesday. The Buccaneers are No. 4 in this week's National Association of Basketball Coaches NCAA Division II poll. Barry (13-1, 5-0 Sunshine State Conference) earned 351 points in the media poll, moving...  read more

Former Bucs Tennis Player Turns to Coaching

Former Barry University men's tennis player Max Wimmer has turned to coaching. At the highest level. Wimmer, who finished his Buccaneers career in 2013 by helping Barry go 29-0 to win the program's second national title, is coaching with Lars Uebel on the ATP Tour. Together, they are working with professional players Peter Gojowczyk, Matthias...  read more

Men's Soccer ID Clinic Being Held at Barry

DATE: Saturday, February 7th TIME: 8:00am - 4:00pm LOCATION: Buccaneer Field @ Barry University DESCRIPTION OF EVENT: The ID Clinic will provide elite male, high school and club soccer players the opportunity to display their talents for college coaches – College coaches from NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA, and JUCO schools have been invited...  read more

No. 5 Men's Basketball Sinks Sharks

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University's coaching staff had a message for its players early Saturday. “Assistant coach Justin Furr texted everyone this morning and said, ‘Hey guys, you better be ready,'” Buccaneers coach Butch Estes said. “For 40 minutes, they were really focused.” That the No. 5-ranked Bucs...  read more

Women's Basketball Nipped By Sharks

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers fell 76-68 to the Nova Southeastern Sharks in Sunshine State Conference women's basketball action in the Health & Sports Center on Saturday. Barry (9-7, 1-4 SSC) watched the Sharks (12-3, 4-2 SSC) build a 17-6 lead at the 12:24 mark in the first period after a layup by Monaye Merritt. But the Bucs...  read more

Bucs Defeat Broward College in First Game Of The Year

MIAMI SHORES, FL— Barry baseball won its first contest of the year Friday night with a 4-0 exhibition victory over Broward College. The Buccaneers scored runs with the help of nine hits of their own and from two errors by the Seahawks.Starting pitcher Daniel Broeseker recorded eight strikeouts, no hits allowed and no runners on base in three...  read more

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