SMITHFIELD, R.I. - The time has finally come as the Bryant University women's basketball team gets to lace up and take the floor against a team that does not sport the Black and Gold. The Bulldogs open the season at home against UMass on Wednesday, November 25 at 3:30 p.m. The Chace Athletic Center does not permit any fans during this time, but as always, fans can watch the game for free on NEC Front Row.
SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Bryant University student-athletes continue to distinguish themselves in the classroom, graduating at rates well above their conference and national peers, according to information released Tuesday by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant University volleyball program announced its All-Decade Team on Thursday and highlights twelve standout Bulldogs who graced the Black & Gold with success over the past 10 years.
Somerset, NJ -- Northeast Conference (NEC) Commissioner Noreen Morris today issued updates on the 2021 NEC Men’s and Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships and the status of fall sports based on guidance from the NEC Council of Presidents, who convened last week.
Somerset, NJ -- Northeast Conference Commissioner Noreen Morris today announced amended men's and women's basketball regular season and NEC Tournament formats for the 2020-21 season. The formats were adopted by the NEC Council of Presidents.
Smithfield, R.I. – Bryant University softball head coach Nick French announced six new Bulldogs in the class of 2025 who will be joining Bryant softball next fall.
"I am super excited to bring this class to Bryant. They are elite in the classroom as well as on the softball field," Coach French said. "On the field, it’s a versatile group that between them can play every position on the field so they give us a lot of options. They all swing the bat extremely well and will bring a lot of power and excitement to Conaty Park."
SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant University men’s basketball team has been picked to finish tied for third in the Northeast Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll announced Thursday as part of NEC Virtual Media Day.
Smithfield, R.I. - Bryant University women's soccer head coach Andy Biggs is excited to welcome eight student-athletes from the class of 2025 to Smithfield.
"We are very happy to welcome the class of 2025 to the Bulldog Family. Each is a serious student and skillful soccer player. Their talent and character will make them a great fit for our team and school, and I know they are excited to get started here in Smithfield, Coach Biggs said". "We look forward to making them quickly feel at home in our program as well as to seeing all they will contribute as people, students, teammates, and players during their four years at Bryant."
Smithfield, R.I. - Bryant University men's soccer head coach Seamus Purcell brings in four student-athletes who will begin playing for the Bulldogs in the fall of 2021.
"In the middle of an incredibly challenging and difficult year, we are excited to announce and welcome these four talented young men as part of the recruiting class of 2025 to Bryant University, Purcell said."
"Since last March, our student-athletes, their families, and our coaching staff have had to deal with great adversity and uncertainty because of the Covid-19 situation, Purcell said. "Our day-to-day operations, soccer activities, academic, and athletic scheduling along with lifestyle changes have tested our character and mental wellbeing, Purcell said." "If there is one thing I know for certain, these four men are joining a great group of guys and a team that possesses great character, positivity, and resilience. I am so proud of this program, this university, our athletic department, and this team during an ever-changing and trying time."
Purcell said, "Bryant soccer is thriving and the addition of the 2025 recruiting class only adds to our bright future and potential as a program. We will all enjoy working with and watching these players excel for the next four years at Bryant University."
SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Bryant University baseball head coach Ryan Klosterman’s first recruiting class is quickly earning recognition from national outlets as Perfect Game listed four Bulldogs among its top rookies in the Northeast Conference.