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Women's Basketball Fries Gallitas

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers jumped out to a 17-1 lead in the first 4:26 and cruised to a 79-58 win over Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras in women's basketball action from the Health & Sports Center on Saturday. The Bucs (3-1) hit six of their first seven shots in building their 16-point lead and the Gallitas (0-4) never got closer than 12...  read more

Men's Basketball Tames Tarzans

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Adrian Gonzalez tied a school record, going 10 of 10 from the floor, and Barry University's No. 22-ranked men's basketball team beat Puerto Rico-Mayaguez Friday, 89-64. “I felt good. My body felt good,” said Gonzalez, whose 1.000 shooting percentage matched Willie Whitfield's 10-for-10 performance against...  read more

Men's Hoops: Martin Begins Pro Career in Bolivia

Former Barry University men's basketball player Aaron Martin is beginning his professional career in Bolivia. Martin, a 6-6 forward who spent the 2012-13 season with the Buccaneers, landed a spot on the Universidad Mayor de San Andres Bolmar club in the Bolivian Basketball League. He debuted in the BBL Libabol tournament in October. Martin...  read more

Dissection without a cadaver

Barry University has recently acquired new technology that allows current and future physicians to examine the human body like never before through the use of life-sized, virtual anatomy imagery. Like a gigantic tablet, the Anatomage table allows students and faculty to virtually dissect the human anatomy layer by layer. They can customize various...  read more

Home Computer Protection Kit-Safe Web Browsing

Safe Web Browsing Websites that seem trustworthy may have spyware or may even be counterfeit. You may not know that you are visiting websites that cause harm to your computer or device. Web of Trust protects you against scams, untrustworthy links and rogue web stores. It is a free, downloadable add-on for your browser (Firefox, Chrome,...  read more

Cyber-Security Month comes to a close

Cyber-Security Month comes to a close The Division of Information Technology through its Information Security Office recognizes that we all must be vigilant against cyber-security attacks at work and home. Last month we featured tips and resources to help the campus community stay cyber safe. While many of us may not be aware, there are...  read more

Buc|Connect - Workday HCM Training Happening Now

Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) is almost here! On the week of December 8, all faculty, staff, student employees, and work studies can access the system. The Workday Change Management Team has coordinated a number of information sessions and trainings for you to attend. You can find the schedule at under Training and...  read more

Spring 2015 ISR Sport and Recreation Classes Available

Spring 2015 ISR Sport and Recreation Classes: 1 and 2 credit options Instructional Activities in Sport and Recreation (ISR) offers a variety of Sport, Fitness and Recreation Classes that will help you meet your fitness goals during the spring semester. The following are some of the classes that will be available: ISR 145/245 – Walk,...  read more

Stobs Selected for Men's Golf National Panel

Barry University men's golf coach Jimmy Stobs has been chosen by Golfweek to serve on a panel at the Golf Coaches Association of America convention in Las Vegas next month. Stobs, who has steered the Buccaneers to three NCAA Division II National Championships in his 13 years at the Miami Shores, Fla., institution, will be joined by Kent State...  read more

No. 22 Men's Hoops Host Mayaguez 7:30 p.m. Friday

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – When Deric Hill decided to transfer to Barry University to play basketball, he was hoping for big things. Last year, the Buccaneers point guard was fourth in the nation in assists and seventh in steals per game. So yeah, that's pretty big. But he has other things in mind this year – agendas that are even more...  read more

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