Cards Edged at Scranton in Landmark SemifinalsThe Catholic University of America men’s basketball team went toe-to-toe with the No. 1-seeded Scranton Royals in the Landmark Conference Semifinals on Wednesday night and despite a hard-fought battle, the Cardinals were edged, 75-68.
Smith Garners Athlete of the Week HonorsJunior Payton Smith of The Catholic University of America women’s basketball team has been selected as the Landmark Conference of the Week, after guiding the Cardinals into the top seed in the conference tournament.
Catholic Women Finish Third at Landmark Swimming ChampionshipsThe Catholic University of America women’s swimming and diving team finished in third place at the 2017 Landmark Conference Championships. The Cardinals earned 559.5 points, just behind the University of Scranton (578.5). Susquehanna captured the title with 842 points.
Men’s Lacrosse Topped at Randolph-Macon, 9-8The Catholic University of America men’s lacrosse team rallied from a three-goal deficit at Randolph-Macon on Saturday afternoon, but saw a late Yellow Jacket score go against them for a 9-8 defeat.
Cardinals Compete at Susquehanna InviteThe Catholic University of America men’s track & field team competed on Saturday at Susquehanna in the Cardinals final meet before next Saturday’s Landmark Conference Championships.
Men’s Basketball Edged at Moravian, 90-82The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team fell in its regular season finale at Moravian, 90-82. A career-best 29 points from junior Jay Howard was not enough to get the Cards past the Greyhounds.
Catholic Men Defend 200-Free Relay Title, Soraghan Sets Program 3-Meter RecordThe Catholic University of America men’s swimming and diving team kicked off the 2017 Landmark Conference Championships by defending its title in the 200-freestyle relay. The foursome of freshmen Olivier Nguyen (22.60) and George Isaacs (21.63) along with seniors Nick Haas (21.05) and Joe Cihak (20.82) captured the relay title with a winning time of 1:26.10.
Howes Ties Program Wins Record as Cards Down E-townThe Catholic University of America men’s basketball team earned its ninth Landmark Conference victory of the year on Wednesday night as the Cardinals won at Elizabethtown, 70-60. The win was the 251st of head coach Steve Howes’ career as he now tied as the program’s winningest coach.
Cardinals Top Blue Jays; Earn Semifinal Home ContestNo. 23 The Catholic University of America earned the opportunity to host a Landmark Conference semifinal game after a 72-49 conference victory over Elizabethtown on Wednesday evening. With the win, the nationally-ranked Cardinals are now 21-3 overall and lead the Landmark at 12-1.
Catholic Downs Scranton on Senior Day, 63-62The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team picked up a big Landmark Conference victory and clinched a playoff berth with a victory over Scranton on Senior Day, 63-62.
Catholic Wins Season-Opener Versus Sewanee, 10-9The Catholic University of America men’s lacrosse team won its season-opener in a neutral site game versus 2016 NCAA Tournament qualifier Sewanee, 10-9. All-American Tim Keith led the way with four goals.
Marcelino Wins High Jump at Dickinson InviteThe Catholic University of America men’s track & field team posted several strong performances at Dickinson’s DuCharme Invitational on Saturday. Sophomore Jake Marcelino led way three top-four finishes.
Del Borrello Sets Program Record at DickinsonThe Catholic University of America women’s track & field team competed at Dickinson’s DuCharme Invitational on Saturday. The Cards enjoyed a strong meet that included sophomore Mia Del Borrello setting a program record in the pole vault.
No. 22 Cardinals Fall to No. 21 Royals, 46-44No. 22 The Catholic University of America women's basketball team dropped its first Landmark Conference game of the season to No. 21 the University of Scranton, 46-44, on Saturday evening.
Men’s Lacrosse Starts 2017 Season SaturdayThe Catholic University of America men’s lacrosse team begins its defense of its back-to-back Landmark Conference Championships and starts its quest for a three-peat on Saturday, February 11, at 1 p.m., in a neutral site showdown versus Sewanee in Charlottesville, Va.
Cardinal Engineers Get On-The-Job Experience in the DMVEvery few weeks, senior biomedical engineering major Ben Pesante travels by Metro to a National Institutes of Health (NIH) laboratory in Bethesda, Md. As part of a senior design project, Pesante and three classmates are testing their model of a specially-designed shoe intended to measure foot motion.
Cardinals Down River Hawks, Clinch Landmark Playoff BerthNo. 22 The Catholic University of America advanced its win streak to 11 in a row with a 56-48 Landmark victory over Susquehanna University on Wednesday evening. The Cardinals remain undefeated in conference (11-0) as the win clinches the team spot in the postseason.
Saccaggi Selected as Landmark Athlete of the WeekSenior Guido Saccaggi of The Catholic University of America men’s swimming and diving team has been selected as the Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week after helping the Cardinals to a victory over preseason No. 1 Susquehanna University.
Cardinal Men Top River Hawks, Finish Undefeated in Landmark DualsThe Catholic University of America men’s swimming and diving team closes out its regular season undefeated against Landmark Conference opponents, topping Susquehanna University 175-100 on Saturday afternoon. The women’s squad fell 169-106 to the River Hawks in their final dual meet of the season.