The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team took on Division I University of Maryland on Tuesday night at the Xfinity Center and put forth a strong showing. Senior Jay Howard was impressive with a game-high 20 points and seven rebounds, but the Terrapins rode a strong second half to the 75-59 win.
The Catholic University of America senior Andrew DiNardo was selected to the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-America Team as announced on Tuesday. DiNardo was recognized as one of the top 50 players in the country as the top punter on the second team.
The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team fell on Saturday afternoon inside the DuFour Center to Stevens, 76-70, despite a sixth-straight 20-plus point performance by senior forward Jay Howard.
The Catholic University of America football team boasts four seniors who will play in Bowl Games this month. Linebacker Nick Della Jacono will compete in the DIII Senior Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on December 16, while punter Andrew DiNardo, safety Luke Kern and defensive lineman Patrick Vidal head to Daytona, Fla., for the National Bowl Game on December 10.
The Catholic University of America senior field hockey standout Kelly Cousoulis may need a bigger trophy room. She added to her impressive career on Wednesday as Longstreth and the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) tabbed her to its All-America Second Team.
In just six days The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team heads up to College Park, Md., to take on Division I Maryland University. In advance of the game, fans can now buy tickets and register for a free pregame event.
The Catholic University of America football team was recognized with three selections to the D3football.com All-Region Teams. Seniors Andrew DiNardo, Luke Kern and Patrick Vidal were all tabbed to the East Region Third Team
Brian Galfond of The Catholic University of America men’s soccer team has been selected to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America Third Team for his successes on the field and in the classroom.
For the second-consecutive season, The Catholic University of America field hockey defender Kelly Cousoulis made the Synapse Sports All-America teams. The senior was tabbed as a Second Team All-American.
With 1307 points, The Catholic University of America women’s swimming team took home the crown of the 2017 Randolph-Macon College Yellow Jacket Invitational. The men’s team earned 1241 points for third place as the Cardinals collected 2548 points to claim the championship title.
The Landmark Conference Preseason No. 1 pick, The Catholic University of America women's basketball team, opened league play with an outstanding 68-49 victory over Drew University on Saturday afternoon.
The Catholic University of America was edged in its Landmark Conference opening game at Drew on Saturday afternoon, 91-83, The loss came in spite of 23-point performances from senior Jay Howard and juniors Andre Mitchell and Jimmy Golaszewski.
The Catholic University of America women's swimming team earned 352 points on day one of the Yellow Jacket Midseason Invitational to finish the opening session in second place. The men's team collected 314 points and sit in fourth place after the first session of competition.
Each week the Landmark Conference celebrates its talented student-athlete with a "Friday Focus." This weeks addition from the league office features The Catholic University of America women's basketball player, Emily O'Connor.
The Catholic University of America field hockey team was recognized with two selections to the Longstreth/NFHCA Division III All-Region Teams as senior Kelly Cousoulis and junior Lane Adams made the All-South Atlantic First and Second team, respectively.
As recognition for overseeing an organization that outperformed expectations by winning 91 games and finishing one victory shy of advancing to the World Series, Yankees general manager, The Catholic University of America 1989 graduate and former Cardinal second baseman Brian Cashman was selected as Baseball America's 2017 Major League Executive of the Year.
At halftime of The Catholic University of America football team's final home game, the Cardinals presented two of its most prestigious awards given by the squad each season; The Anthony J. Bottoni Leadership Award and the Ronnie McManes Award.
The Catholic University of America played its third-straight game away from home to open the 2017-18 season and were topped by DeSales, 76-63. Senior Jay Howard posted game-highs with 22 points and nine rebounds, but the Bulldogs were able to shoot over 50-percent from the field to take the win.
The Catholic University of America men’s basketball team picked up its first win of the season as they downed Hood, 100-82, at the Blazers’ Rotary Tip-Off. Senior forward Jay Howard powered the Cardinals with 32 points and 12 for his first double-double of the season. With the win, head coach Steve Howes becomes the programs all-time wins leader with 252 victories.
The Catholic University of America men's & women's swimming teams captured a pair of victories over Goucher College on Saturday afternoon. The Catholic men took the top spot in every event to earn a 208-48 triumph and complete their third straight season undefeated in Landmark dual meets. The women captured the league victory with a final score of 188-73.
The Catholic University of America men's & women's diving team hosted the University of Scranton in the inaugural Catholic University Fall Six-Dive Invitational. Both teams topped the Royals with as the Catholic men finished with a team scored of 130-34 while with women earned a 109-51 victory.
Head men’s basketball coach Steve Howes of The Catholic University of America has his Cardinals ready to roll into the 2017-18 season which begins Saturday, November 18 at the Hood College Rotary Tip-Off.