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Former Buccaneer Playing Pro Ball in Portugal

Filip Toric used to spend his bus rides through Floridian roads deep into the night, devouring his one allotted sandwich, watching movies, discussing Bane and conspiracy theories and constantly asking for a USB port to plug his aging cell phone into to get a charge. And yes, he was consta  read more

Softball Scuttled By Pirates

CLEARWATER, Fla.—The 24th-ranked Barry Buccaneers (2-1) came up short against the sixth-ranked Pirates of Armstrong Atlantic 14-7 in eight innings on Friday at the Eckerd College Invitational at Eddie C. Moore Park. Julie Brito rallied the Bucs back in the bottom of the first inning after the Pirates (2-0) plated a pair in the top of the inning....  read more

Baseball Splits A Pair Against Chargers

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University's baseball team split a pair of games against Alabama-Huntsville Friday night at Feinbloom field, dropping the first, 0-3, before coming back to win the night-cap, 8-0. Game One Barry (4-1) struggled to get their offense going in the series opener and were limited to just five hits throughout the game....  read more

Men's Tennis Breezes by Blazers

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University's No. 1-ranked men's tennis team beat No. 27 Valdosta State, 8-1, Friday at Buccaneer Tennis Center. The Buccaneers will take a 2-0 record into Saturday's 2 p.m. match against Flagler. Saturday's match marks the return of former Bucs assistant coach Thomas Hipp, who is now the head coach at Flagler. Barry...  read more

Men's Basketball Off to Saint Leo

Barry University men's basketball team plays at Saint Leo 4 p.m. Saturday in a Sunshine State Conference game where both teams are separated by one game in the league win-loss column. Barry (15-4, 6-4) lost to Saint Leo (17-6, 5-5) in the first meeting in Miami Shores, 84-81. The Buccaneers, who are 27-32 all-time against the Lions, let a 16-point...  read more

Data Privacy Month

Why does privacy even matter? What's the difference between security and privacy? Each week throughout the month of February DoIT will bring you weekly tips, short videos, and links to educational resources. How much do you really know  read more

Women's Tennis Ready to Roll

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University women's tennis team opens the season Saturday when the Buccaneers host Florida Tech at 10 a.m. It is the first of two matches to begin the season at Buccaneer Tennis Center this weekend as Embry-Riddle, a future member of the Sunshine State Conference, will visit Miami Shores for a 10 a.m. match Sunday....  read more

40 Buccaneers Named To The Fall 2013 SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll

WINTER PARK, Fla.–A record number 468 student-athletes, including 40 Barry Buccaneers, were named to the Sunshine State Conference Fall Commissioner's Honor Roll for the 2013 fall semester, announced Thursday by Commissioner Ed Pasque. A total of 70 student-athletes carried a perfect 4.00 grade-point average for the fall semester.The Bucs...  read more

Men's Basketball Knocks Off No. 6 Florida Southern

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University men's basketball team knocked off No. 6 Florida Southern, 94-76, Wednesday. It was the Buccaneers (15-4, 6-4 Sunshine State Conference) second win over a ranked opponent this season. “If we're to beat a team like Florida Southern, they've been No. 2 in the country most of the year … you have...  read more

Women's Basketball Falls In Overtime To Mocs

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—Playing without second-leading scorer Colette Eule, the Barry Buccaneers (11-8, 4-6 SSC) fell 75-66 in overtime to the previously winless Florida Southern Moccasins in the Health & Sport Center on Wednesday night. Christen Strawbridge, who came off the bench with a career-high 32 points for Florida Southern (6-14, 1-9 SSC),...  read more

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