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Rowing's Varsity 8 Wins Dad Vail Repechage

PHILADELPHIA – Barry University rowing team's Varsity 8+ crew of coxswain Angela Dasch, stroke Beth Desmond, Kristina Boncheva, Luna Ugrenovic, Jelena Momirov, Paola Girotto, Sam McKenzie, Mandy Carper and bow Anais Foppoli won the Division II Repechage in 6:44.496 at the prestigious Dad Vail Regatta on Schuykill River. The Buccaneers,...  read more

Rowing: Bucs 8 takes second in Dad Vail Heat

PHILADELPHIA -- Barry University rowing crew's Varsity 8+ finished second in its heat race at the Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta Friday at Schuykill River. The Buccaneers 8 boat of coxswain Angela Dasch, stroke Beth Desmond, Kristina Boncheva, Luna Ugrenovic, Jelena Momirov, Paola Girotto, Sam McKenzie, Mandy Carper and bow Anais Foppoli cros  read more

Marine biology graduate enters Peace Corps as Environmental Action Advisor

As a high school student, Taylor McCoy visited the Catalina Island Marine Institute (CIMI) on Santa Catalina Island off the coast of California and fell in love with marine biology. “From snorkeling and touch tanks to learning about phytoplankton and bioluminescence, it was my heaven on earth,” said McCoy, who graduated from Barry...  read more

Human Resources Hosted Administrative Professional’s Day

On Wednesday, April 23rd, the Division of Human Resources hosted a breakfast to recognize Barry's administrative professionals and thank them for their dedication and hard work. This year's theme was “Innovation and Change-A Recipe for Success.” Guest speaker and Barry University ECA member Yvette Brown spoke to administrative...  read more

Public Safety reminds the Barry Community about Hurricane Season Preparation

Here is a list of Hurricane tips provided by the National Hurricane Center and NOAA to help you stay aware and prepared during this important time. Gather Information Do you know if you live in an evacuation area? Assess your risks and know your home's vulnerability for a storm surge, flooding, and read more

Women's Soccer Announces Summer ID Clinics

DATES: Saturday, June 14Saturday, July 19Saturday, August 9 TIME: 9:00am-4:00pm each day LOCATION: Buccaneer Field @ Barry University The ID CLINIC will provide elite female, high school and club soccer players the opportunity to display their talents to Barry University coaches. COST: $100.00 per clinic day SCHEDULE
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Men's Tennis: Triki, Bonal Collect ITA South Region Honors

SKILLMAN, N.J. – Barry University men's tennis player Ahmed Triki was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association South Region Rookie of the Year, and Fred Bonal was selected as the Assistant Coach of the Year. Triki, a freshman from Tunis, Tunisia, has put together a 12-3 record at No. 1 singles, and is the No. 7-ranked player in the...  read more

Women's Tennis: Kigel Named ITA South Region Coach of Year

SKILLMAN, N.J. – Barry University women's tennis coach Avi Kigel was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association South Region Coach of the Year. It is the second straight year Kigel has received the honor. In his sixth season with the Buccaneers, Kigel has coached the team to a 24-1 record and No. 1 national ranking. Barry will be making...  read more

Wellness Day 2014

Wellness Day 2014 On February 26, 2014 the Wellness Initiative Network (WIN) celebrated its 14th Annual Wellness Day. Held each year in the spring semester, Wellness Day was developed in association with the Department of Campus Recreation & Wellness (CRW) and is meant to acknowledge the eight dimensions of well-being: emotional, financial,...  read more

No. 1 Men's Golf Wins NCAA Super Regional

POOLER, Ga. – Barry University's No. 1-ranked men's golf team won the NCAA South/Southeast Super Regional Wednesday, shooting 284 in the final round. The Buccaneers beat Nova Southeastern by six strokes, finishing with a three-round total of 868 at the par-72, 7,016-yard Savannah Quarters Country Club. It is Barry's school-record seventh...  read more

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