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.
Cardinals Open Yellow Jacket Invitational with 45 Best TimesDuring day one of Randolph-Macon Yellow Jacket Invitation, The Catholic University of America men's and women's swim teams hit the wall with 45 total individual best times. The men tallied 25 season-best swims while the women swam 20 top times.
Cardinals Triumph Over Royals to Remain Undefeated at 5-0The Catholic University of America women’s basketball team’s 2016-17 record remains unblemished at 5-0 as it topped Eastern Mennonite with a notable 78-42 victory on Wednesday night. This marks the program's best start since the 2012-13 when they opened the season with a 14-game winning streak.
Cousoulis & Scott Earn NFHCA First Team All-Region AccoladesThe Catholic University of America field hockey team was honored with two selections to the 2016 Longstreth All-Region Teams as announced by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association of America (NFHCA) on Monday afternoon. Senior Analisa Scott and junior Kelly Cousoulis were each tabbed to the All-South Atlantic First Team.
DeSantis Garners Athlete of the Week HonorsSenior Michelle DeSantis of The Catholic University of America women's basketball team has been selected the Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week, after outstanding performance during the Cardinals' non-conference victory over Coast Guard where she captured her 1,000th career point.
Unbeaten Catholic Wins at Wesley, 75-65The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team improved to 3-0, with every win coming away from home, as the Cardinals defeated Wesley, 75-65, on Sunday afternoon in Dover, Del.
Sanford & Vidal Earn All-ODAC Football HonorsThe Catholic University of America football team was recognized with two selections to the All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Teams as announced by the league on Tuesday. Senior linebacker Ross Sanford and junior defensive lineman Patrick Vidal were each tabbed to the second team.
DeSantis Hits Gamewinner for Championship in BostonThe Catholic University of America women’s basketball team left Boston, Mass., as champions on Sunday afternoon as senior guard Michelle DeSantis hit the gamewinner with just 12 seconds left to win the Emmanuel College Tipoff Classic over the host team, 59-58.
Cardinals Defeat St. John Fisher in Boston, 45-40The Catholic University of America women’s basketball team improved to 2-0 on Saturday afternoon as the Cardinals defeated St. John Fisher, 45-40, in the first game of the Emmanuel College Tip-Off Classic.
Catholic Swims Past GoucherThe Catholic University of America swimming & diving team showed its speed on Saturday afternoon in its home pool, defeating Landmark Conference rival, Goucher. The men won, 160-43, while the women were victorious, 148-57.
Tutone and Young Earn Bottoni and McManes AwardsThe Catholic University of America football program is proud to announce this year’s recipients of the Bottoni Award and McManes Award, two of the highest honors given out by the team. The awards recognize two senior standouts from 2015, quarterback T.J. Tutone and tight end Jamie Young.
Deedrick Selected as Landmark Athlete of the WeekAfter four standout swims versus conference opponent Elizabethtown College, sophomore Mary Margaret Deedrick of The Catholic University of America women's swimming and diving team has been selected as the Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week.
Cardinal Stadium Track & Field Construction Begins Nov. 13The final part of Cardinal Stadium’s renovation begins this Sunday, November 13 as The Catholic University of America will install a brand new track as well as field competition areas. With construction underway, the field turf and track areas will be closed until further notice.
Catholic Men and Women Defeat ElizabethtownThe Catholic University of America swimming and diving teams earned its third sweep of the 2016-17 season when both the men and women topped Elizabethtown College on Saturday afternoon. The women out swam the Blue Jays 195-65 while the men earned a 185-76 victory.
In Final ODAC Season, Morley Leads League In TD CatchesThe Catholic University of America football team played its final Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) game on Saturday afternoon at Cardinal Stadium, falling to Bridgewater, 50-13. Despite the loss, senior Lucas Morley led the league in touchdowns, grabbing his 10th receiving score of the season against the Eagles.
Catholic Women’s Cross Country Competes at NCAA RegionalsThe Catholic University of America women’s cross country team traveled to Rome, Ga., on Saturday afternoon for the 2016 NCAA South/Southeast Regional Championships. The Cardinals took on the top teams stretching from Texas to D.C., and finished 22nd among 27 competing teams.
Reigning Landmark Champs Ready for 2016-17 SeasonThe Catholic University of America men’s basketball team is ready to defend its 2015-16 Landmark Championship title. The Cardinals were selected to finish second in the Landmark Conference Preseason Poll, as announced by the league office on Thursday afternoon. The standings are predicted by the conference head coaches.