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Women's Basketball Mauled By Bulldogs

DAVIE, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers, playing short-handed, fell 70-61 to the Union (Tenn.) Bulldogs at the Nova Southeastern Thanksgiving Classic on Friday at the Taft University Center. The Bucs (3-2) were without three starters as Kaylia Richardson, Kimbreli Flournoy and Amra Elezovic all missed the contest. The Bulldogs (3-0) jumped out to a big...  read more

Samuel Celebrates 25 Years at Barry University

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – George Samuel remembers it well. It was four years into his tennis coaching career at Barry University when his players started asking about their next opponent. A match with Rollins loomed, and the Buccaneers – a little green to the college tennis landscape – wanted to know what they were getting into....  read more

No. 20/24 Men's Basketball Hosts Odio Thanksgiving Classic

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Jevoni Robinson came from big-time college basketball to finish his career and master's studies at Barry University. Now the 6-foot-8 athletic forward from Charlotte, North Carolina, and the Buccaneers are about ready to dig in for extra helpings of holiday hoops. No. 20/24 Barry hosts the Cesar Odio Thanksgiving Classic...  read more

No. 20/24 Men's Basketball Whacks Lions

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- No national rankings jinxes this time. On a day Barry University men's basketball team received a No. 20 ranking in the NCAA Division II College Sports Information Directors of America poll and a No. 24 spot in the National Association of Basketball Coaches poll, the Buccaneers used a second half explosion to run away from...  read more

BarryU Men's Basketball Ranked No. 24 in NABC Poll

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Barry University men's basketball team is ranked No. 24 in the National Association of Basketball Coaches poll released Tuesday. The Buccaneers (2-0) received 53 points in the first regular season poll this year. West Liberty (W. Va.) is No. 1 in the country, followed by Southern Connecticut State and Metropolitan State...  read more

Women's Soccer Puts Five On All-Region Team

MEMPHIS, Tenn.—The Barry Buccaneers placed five players on the 2014 Daktronics All-South Region team, including three on the first team. Midfielder Lavinia Nkomo, defender Katie Turner and keeper Becca Rogers all made the first team, while defender Ashley Harlan and forward Shanice Robe made the second team. Nkomo, a junior who was the Sunshine...  read more

Thanksgiving Food & Donation Drive

Thanksgiving Food & Donation Drive Monday, Nov. 14 - Tuesday, Dec. 2 Drop off locations: Chapel, Landon, Library, Thompson, Landon Athletics Offices, Landon Gymnasium, Adrian 208 and Residential Halls  read more

Fashion Show Auditions

Fashion Show Auditions We are now hosting autitions for the upcoming Fashion Show for Homecoming. Please bring your heels for auditions. Please email lgarnett@barry.edu for more information DEC. 1st 4pm-6pm / Landon 202N DEC. 3rd 4pm-6pm / Landon 202N Dec. 4th 4pm-6pm / Landon 202N CALL BACKS / Dec. 5th 4pm-6pm / Landon 202N  read more

Barry Soccer Player Nico Gercke Named to All-Region Team

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.-- Nico Gercke has earned another honor to add to his growing collection as he was named to the 2014 Daktronics All-South Region First Team. The senior midfielder led the team with eight goals this year, including four against Florida Southern on his Senior Night. This is the fourth honor on the year for Gercke, who has also been...  read more

Men's Basketball Remains No. 3 in South Region Media Poll

LAKELAND, Fla. – Barry University men's basketball team remained No. 3 in the College Sports Information Directors of America NCAA Division II South Region poll this week. The Buccaneers (2-0) and Alabama-Huntsville (5-0) both tied for third with 15 points. Florida Southern (2-0) jumped over Christian Brothers (2-0) to claim the top spot in...  read more

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