The mission of the BUC Club is to raise funds for athletic scholarships and construction/renovation projects of athletic facilities.
Your support for Barry University Athletics will help every Barry student-athlete experience a Championship season. As part of our celebration of excellence, we are asking parents, alumni, and friends of Barry to join us in recognizing our student-athletes by making a contribution to the BUC Club. Your gift will help to provide deserving students with much needed financial support and enhance our facilities. Gifts to the BUC Club truly impact the lives of all Barry student-athletes.
Just this past year, Barry University captured its ninth NCAA National Championship by winning the 2011 Women’s Tennis NCAA Title. In addition, the Athletics program won the Sunshine State Conference Men’s Mayor’s Cup (top men’s program) for the eighth time.
As a special thank you to all of our supporters, we have a limited, one-time “special gift” offer. When you make a gift of $100 or more to any sport program or scholarship, you will receive a souvenir of Barry University athletic history – a piece of the original old gym floor. A new gym floor and new chair back bleacher seats were installed this past summer in the Health and Sports Center – a must-see facility for all of our alumni and fans.
As we continue to “Make a Championship Investment,” we greatly appreciate your continued support!
POINTS OF PRIDE
- 67.8% of student-athletes have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Barry has produced 229 All-Americans and 245 Scholar All-Americans
- Women’s tennis won the 2011 NCAA Division II National Championship
- Barry University has won nine NCAA National Championships (five in the last 10 years) and captured 46 Sunshine State Conference Championships
- Barbi Pocza was named 2011 National Women’s Tennis Player of the Year
- Manny Rodriguez became the highest drafted player in Barry baseball history
- Dean Green, baseball, was named the 2011 Sunshine State Conference Player of the Year
- Daniel Stapff, men’s golf, and Barbi Pocza, women’s tennis, were named 2011 Scholar-Athletes of the Year for both the Sunshine State Conference and South Region