Howard Earns Sixth Career Landmark Weekly HonorThe Catholic University of America men’s basketball standout Jay Howard has led the Cardinals to the top of the Landmark Conference thanks to two wins last week and was recognized by the league as the Athlete of the Week for the second time this season.
Catholic Earns Overtime Victory Against Moravian, 89-84The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team (12-3) improved to a perfect 4-0 in Landmark Conference games thanks to a hard-fought, overtime victory inside the DuFour Center on Saturday afternoon over Moravian, 89-84.
Cardinals Down Greyhounds, 83-67The Catholic University of America women’s basketball team continued its Landmark Conference unbeaten streak with an 83-67 victory over Moravian College on Saturday.
Swimming Falls to Washington & LeeThe Catholic University of America men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams fell to Washington & Lee University on Saturday afternoon. The Generals captured the men’s victory with a final score of 172-84 while the Cardinal women fell 168-88.
Men's Soccer Sets Date for Spring I.D. ClinicThe Catholic University of America men's soccer team is excited to announce it's date for the 2017 Spring I.D. Clinic. The 1-day clinic will be held on the Catholic University campus, Thursday, April 13th on the Cardinal Stadium field turf.
Khouri Beats the Buzzer and Juniata, 65-64The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team improved to 2-0 in Landmark play and 10-3 overall thanks to senior Louis Khouri’s buzzer-beating layup at Juniata that put the Cardinals up for the 65-64 victory.
Errico Joins 1,000 Point Club, Cardinals Top Eagles 79-54With a game-high 21 points, senior Melissa Errico guided The Catholic University of America women’s basketball team to its second Landmark Conference victory of the season and joined the elite group of Lady Cardinals to reach 1,000 points in their career.
Michelle Bouchard: A Catholic Mind for SociologyMichelle Bouchard is a senior sociology major who is minoring in international business and Islamic world studies. Michelle started studying the Middle East because of her interest in counterterrorism, but then she fell in love with the culture.
Mitchell Tabbed Landmark Athlete of the WeekThe Catholic University of America men’s basketball team was honored with its third Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week award in the past four as sophomore Andre Mitchell earned his first career selection.
Errico’s 21 Points Push Catholic Past Oberlin, 68-41The Catholic University of America women’s basketball team won its 10th game of the season on Monday inside the DuFour Center as the Cardinals defeated Oberlin, 68-41. Senior forward Melissa Errico led the way with 21 points and eight assists.
Catholic Men’s Basketball Defeats Gettysburg, 72-59The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team (7-2) is off to its best start in four years thanks to a 72-59 victory over Gettysburg on Sunday afternoon on Franny Murray Court, inside the DuFour Center.
Cardinals Fly Past Elmira, 83-60Four members of The Catholic University of America men’s basketball scored in double figures as the Cardinals shot over 50 percent from the field and 40 percent from long range as they ran past Elmira, 83-60.
McConkey Announces Softball Winter ClinicsThe Catholic University of America Head Softball Coach Bruce McConkey is set to host four individual winter clinics this upcoming January and February for scholastic student-athletes looking to take their game to the next level.
Baseball to Host Winter Youth Development and Prospect CampsThe Catholic University of America head baseball coach Ross Natoli has announced the 2017 winter schedule for his 31st Annual Winter Youth Development and College Prospect Baseball Camps to be held on campus at the Catholic University DuFour Athletic Center in Washington, D.C. The schedule includes two sessions of Youth Development Camps to be conducted on Sunday mornings from January 8 - February 19 and two College Prospect Camps scheduled on Sunday, January 29 and Saturday, February 18.
WELCOME HOME! Gutelius ’92 Tabbed Head Football CoachThe Catholic University of America is proud to welcome home class of 1992 alum, Mike Gutelius, who was tabbed as the 30th head football coach in program history, as announced by Associate Vice President & Athletics Director Sean Sullivan on Thursday.
Howard’s Double-Double Not Enough at St. Vincent, 69-64The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team dropped its first game of the 2016-17 season as the Cardinals were edged at St. Vincent, 69-64. Junior Jay Howard went over 20 points for the fourth time this season with 23 points and added a season-high 11 rebounds for the double-double.
Special Olympics D.C. Honors Catholic University with Flame of Hope AwardUniversity President John Garvey was honored on behalf of The Catholic University of America on Dec. 2, as part of Special Olympics D.C.’s 32nd annual Night of Trees Gala. The Flame of Hope Award was given in honor of the University’s “long history of friendship and support” shown to Special Olympics D.C (SODC).
Golaszewski’s Career Night Pushes Catholic Past DeSales, 81-56The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team continued its undefeated start to the season, winning its fifth-straight as the Cardinals downed DeSales, 81-56. Sophomore Jimmy Golaszewski came off the bench for a career-high 21 points and six rebounds to lead the charge.
Cousoulis Earns Synapse Sports All-America HonorsThe Catholic University of America field hockey standout Kelly Cousoulis was recognized by Synapse Sports as a Third Team All-American. It is the fourth postseason honor that Cousoulis has garnered.
Howard Selected Landmark Athlete of the WeekThe Catholic University of America men’s basketball standout Jay Howard was honored on Monday afternoon by the Landmark Conference as he was selected as the Athlete of the Week.
Khouri Shoots Catholic Past Drew, 84-81Senior Louis Khouri came up clutch for The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team as the last of his six 3-pointers put Catholic up by one with just 41 seconds left as the Cardinals defeated Drew, 84-81.
Cardinals Conclude Invitational with Multiple Top-10 FinishesThe Catholic University of America men’s and women’s swimming teams wrapped up day two of the Yellow Jacket Invitational with seventh and sixth place finished, respectively. The Catholic women earned 297 total points to capture sixth-place while the men earned 290.50 for seventh-place at the midseason invitational.