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Men's Hoops Tests No. 7 Florida in Exhibition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – What Barry University's men's basketball team can take away from its encounter with a second Top 10 opponent in the exhibition season is simple: the Buccaneers have potential. Barry fell to No. 7 Florida, 79-70, Thursday in an exhibition game at the O'Connell Center in front of 9,016 on a day they reiterated glimpses of...  read more

Women's Tennis Pair Knocks off Notre Dame Duo

FLUSHING MEADOWS, N.Y. – Barry University doubles team of Emma Onila and Linda Fritschken won their opening round match at the United States Tennis Association/Intercollegiate Tennis Association Indoor Championships Thursday at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Onila and Fritschken beat Notre Dame's Quinn Gleason and Monica...  read more

Barry Men's Soccer player Nico Gercke named to All-SSC team

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.-- Barry's Nico Gercke has capped off a distinguished season and career with the Buccaneers by being named Second Team All-SSC. The senior midfielder scored eight goals this campaign, including four against Florida Southern on his Senior Night. This is a second honor on the year for Gercke, who has also been named to the CoSIDA...  read more

Women's Soccer Hauls in Honors on the All-SSC Team

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Just off from winning their second consecutive SSC conference title, Barry Women's Soccer continues to fill the trophy case as they won four of the five major awards and had six players named to the All-SSC Team. Denise Brolly was named SSC Coach of the Year for the second straght year, her first two years as a head coach and...  read more

Volleyball's Cielena Named CoSIDA Academic All-District

Barry University junior volleyball player Laine Cielena was named to the Capital One College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District First Team. Cielena, a 6-2 middle blocker from Krimuldas Novads, Latvia, carries a 3.97 grade point average in finance. She has been named to Barry University's President's List for a perfect...  read more

A Message from Dining Services

Bucky's Cove now open at 8 a.m. Bucky's Cove is open at 8 a.m. Monday – Friday offering a wide variety of coffee and espresso selections. We Proudly Brew Starbucks offers classic favorites such as Caramel Macchiotto, White Chocolate Mocha, and Caramel Frappuccino. No morning ritual can be completed without a delicious pastry to go with your...  read more

Sigma Tau Delta accepting submissions for What Oft Was Thought literary journal

The Barry chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, The International English Honor Society, is now accepting submissions for What Oft Was Thought, a literary journal. Submissions are being accepted in the following categories: Photography Poetry Short Fiction Hint Fiction Personal Essays Critical Essays Graphic Novels Submission Instructions: E-mail...  read more

Class of 2016 students in the School of Podiatric Medicine celebrate Rite of Passage

Barry University's School of Podiatric Medicine celebrated its annual Rite of Passage ceremony for the Class of 2016. An important milestone in the lives of these 53 students, the ceremony marks the completion of their classroom studies and the beginning of their clinical rotations. These deserving students have earned the right to receive their...  read more

Svensson to Play in Sun Bowl All-America Classic

Barry University junior men's golfer Adam Svensson will play in the Sun Bowl Western Refining All-America Golf Classic in El Paso Saturday and Sunday. Svensson is the NCAA Division II's lone representative competing in the 21-player invitation-only elite field at the par-71, 6,781-yard El Paso Country Club course. This year marks the 40th...  read more

Prof. David M. Kopp publishes new book on human resource training and development

David M. Kopp, PhD, Associate Dean of the Adrian Dominican School of Education, recently published a new textbook titled “Human Resource Development: Performance through Learning” which explores consensus and debate in the fields of training and development. Published on November 1, Kopp's new book views training from a human resources...  read more

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