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Men's Golf Opens Season Sept. 15 in Indy

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University men's golf team opens the 2014-15 season Monday Sept. 15-16 at the Brickyard Invitational in Indianapolis. The two-time defending NCAA Division II National Champion Buccaneers are scheduled to compete in nine regular season tournaments, including four in the fall. Last year the Bucs won the Brickyard...  read more

International Business alumna interns as marketing assistant for USDA in Pretoria, South Africa

During her senior year at Barry University, Nicole Ogando was assigned to interview a person whose career was of interest to her as part of her Career Readiness course. The assignment, designed to provide insight into a particular career field, not only helped Ogando decide on a career path – it gave her the chance to experience it. Ogando,...  read more

Get Traveler Information with Florida 511

Now that the fall semester has started, remember to travel safely as you make your way to campus. You can get updates on congestion, crashes and construction on Florida's major roadways by calling 511 toll free from any landline or mobile phone. You also can get updates online at FL511.com or from the free Florida 511 mobile app. Traffic update...  read more

Men's Golf Ranked No. 1 in Preseason Poll

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Barry University men's golf team is ranked No. 1 in the nation in the NCAA Division II Golf Coaches Association of America preseason poll released Thursday. The Buccaneers, which won the national championship for a second straight year in May, received 438 points and 16 of the 18 first-place votes. Cal State Monterey Bay (394) is...  read more

Women's Soccer Clocks In at #3 in BennettRank Preseason Poll

SEATTLE, Wash.—The Barry Buccaneers are picked third in the BennttRank Preseason women's soccer poll released this week. The Bucs, regular season champions of the Sunshine State Conference, are one of four SSC schools ranked in the top six in the country in the poll. The Rollins Tars, the SSC tournament champs, are picked first, while the Tampa...  read more

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

2014 Campus Recreation & Wellness Schedule

The Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness is pleased to announce its fall 2014 schedule. Please see below for wellness classes and Fitness Center hours. Times read more

Wheelan Joins Women's Soccer Staff

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—Danny Wheelan joins the Barry University women's soccer team as the full-time assistant coach this fall after spending the last two years as the graduate assistant at Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania, according to director of athletics Michael L. Covone. A native of Edinburgh, Scotland, Wheelan was a member of the Scotland...  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

BarryU Day at Marlins Park

Take me out to the ballgame! Barry University students are invited to attend BarryU Day at Marlins Park. Date: Sunday, Sept. 7 Time: 1 p.m. start time Location: Marlins Park (501 Marlins Park Way, Miami, Fla., 33125) Join the Barry Univer  read more

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