Men’s Basketball Pushes Kutztown to the Brink; Late Run Downs Devils in Home-Opener PHILADELPHIA – The University of the Sciences men’s basketball team was leading Kutztown, a team that beat the No. 2 team in the country over the weekend, 69-66 with 4:02 remaining in the Devils’ home-opener at Bobby Morgan Arena on Tuesday evening. KU would go on to end the game on a 10-2 run over the final 3:46. Full Story
BUZZER BEATER! Casey’s Deep 3-Pointer Gives Men’s Basketball First Win of Season, 69-67 Over Southern Connecticut BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – Paddy Casey’s 3-pointer from nearly 30 feet away at the buzzer gave the University of the Sciences men’s basketball team its first win of the season in the most thrilling of fashions, as the Devils knocked off Southern Connecticut State 69-67 on Sunday afternoon at Bridgeport. Full Story
Men’s Basketball Scores Most Points in Nearly Three Years; Cannot Overcome Turnovers in Season-Opener at Bridgeport The 99 points were USciences’ most since putting up 104 at Southern Connecitut State on Dec. 20, 2015, while the Devils’ 31 made free throws were their most in the last seven-plus seasons. Full Story
Men’s Basketball Voted Fourth in CACC Preseason Coaches Poll USciences has finished in the top four of the seven-team CACC South, with a winning conference record, for six straight seasons, therefore earning a bid to six consecutive CACC Tournaments. Full Story
Late Night Madness Set for Thursday, Oct. 18 at 10 P.M.; New Drake to be Officially Introduced The event will also give fans and students the opportunity to meet the 2018-19 men's and women's basketball teams in a fun and entertaining environment, where there will be contests and prizes, free food and exciting giveaways. Full Story
CACC "My Hometown" Series: Brandon Hathaway (Owego, N.Y.) "I think Owego has helped shape me into the person I am today because it’s such a small-town community. Everybody knows everybody, and they are willing to lend a helping hand when needed. It’s nice to see when everyone is always upbeat with a smile on their face, and I think it’s part of the reason I decided to pursue my doctorate of physical therapy because I enjoy helping and interacting with people. Going from a small rural town to a city such as Philadelphia was a hard transition because I had to leave my friends and family three-and-a-half hours away. Although I disagree on sports teams with a lot of people, I have come to enjoy Philadelphia and the people here. That being said, after I graduate I plan to move back and practice physical therapy for the community in the town that raised me." Full Story
45 USciences Student-Athletes Receive D2 ADA Academic Achievement Award Notably, 27 of the 45 honorees received recognition last year, including TJ Dezzi, Michael Fox, Laura Trisch, Colleen Walsh, Sara Skoritowski and Evangelina Olivera all receiving it for a third time. Full Story
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Moss Earns First Career All-CACC Honor as Women’s Cross Country Records Third Top-Five in Four Years at CACC ChampionshipThe fifth place performance was USciences’ third top-five finish in the last four years in the field of 14. The Devils’ streak of finishing in the top-half of the Championship is now at 16 years.
Miletic Receives CACC Top XVI Award; USciences’ Third Straight in Women’s TennisThe Top XVI Award is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average participating at the finals site for each of the CACC championships. In order to be considered, the student-athlete must be at least a sophomore in academic and athletics standing as well as a member of the active roster.