USciences Women in Seventh, Men in 13th, in CACC Restaino Cup Standings After Fall Season The Alfred R. Restaino, Sr. Cup (formerly called the Commissioner's Cup) is an annual award given to the CACC men's and women's athletic programs that perform the best across the board in conference competition. Full Story
Support Athletics During USciences’ Giving Tuesday on Dec. 3 There will also be a challenge specific to athletics, with the top three teams that receive the most donations earning extra funds. Full Story
Miletic Ranked No. 17 Singles Player in ITA East Region Rankings The East Region features 27 schools from the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC), Northeast 10 and East Coast Conference. Full Story
MIletic and Mazurek Represent Women’s Tennis on CACC All-Academic Team Miletic, a senior, makes the team for the maximum third time, while Mazurek, a sophomore, qualifies in her first year of eligibility. Full Story
Three-Setters Go Against Women’s Tennis in 4-1 CACC Semifinal Defeat to Two-Seed Goldey-Beacom Karla Miletic won at the first flight, and four of the six singles matches went to a third set, but the USciences women’s tennis team’s season came to an end in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Semifinals with a 4-1 loss to second-seeded Goldey-Beacom at Edgewood Bath & Tennis on Friday afternoon. Full Story
Miletic Wins Second Straight CACC Top XVI Award; USciences Women’s Tennis’ Fourth in a Row USciences women’s tennis has now won the last four awards, with Abbygail Gamarnik receiving it in both 2016 and 2017. Full Story
PREVIEW: Women’s Tennis Returns to CACC Semifinals for Fourth Year in a Row Prior to this stretch, USciences had appeared in just three CACC Semifinals in 11 years, the last one coming in 2007. Full Story
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Volleyball’s Wright Becomes Third CACC Rookie of the Year in Program History; First All-CACC Selection Since 2013The freshman joins Claire Taushek (2005) and Christine Puschak (2007) as the only Devils to receive the prestigious honor and is the first All-CACC selection since Amanda DeAngelo earned Second Team honors six years ago.
University of the Sciences One of 32 Division II Schools to Earn Presidents’ Award for Academic ExcellenceUSciences has now received the award in each of its nine years of existence.