Athletics and recreation play an integral role in the health and well-being of Bryant students, whether competing on one of Bryant's 22 NCAA D1 varsity teams, taking part in a club or intramural sport, or just enjoying the Bulldog school spirit.

Division 1: a 'Major perk'

Matt Roncaioli

Finance major Matt Roncaioli '13 describes the welcoming, caring culture he's experienced as a student-athlete at Bryant. A wide receiver on the football team, he had four job offers on the table when he graduated in May.

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Excitement caps first year with full d1 eligibiliTy

This fabulous year of athletics — the first year that Bryant teams were fully eligible for postseason play at the Division I level — ended with some impressive statistics including:

  • 1 Rhode Island Team of the Year
  • 4 Conference Players of the Year
  • 4 Conference Coaches of the Year
  • 5 Conference Rookies of the Year
  • 6 All-Americans
  • A "Cinderella season" in men's basketball
  • NCAA record set in lacrosse
  • The Bulldogs' first Division 1 tournament game victory

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Coached to succeed

Peter McMahon

Marketing major Peter McMahon '13, a member of the lacrosse team, came to Bryant for the opportunity to work with and learn from a great coach and high-caliber professors who are interested in students as individuals.

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Go Bulldogs!

Bryant's first-class athletic facilities, among the Northeast's finest, provide a top-notch home for more than 500 student-athletes and their fans:

  • Bulldog Stadium
  • Chace Athletic Center Main Gym
  • Track and Turf Complex
  • Conaty Park (baseball + softball)
  • Tennis Complex
  • Multipurpose Athletic Center
  • Jarvis Weight Room
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Get fit. stay fit.

fitness center

The Elizabeth and Malcolm Chace Wellness and Athletic Center features two gymnasiums for indoor sports and a fitness center, modeled after a private-sector health club, that includes an aerobics room and swimming pool.

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clubS and intramurals

Crew team

Bryant offers 13 club sports and a variety of intramural programs. Each provides students who are not currently members of varsity athletics programs a way to channel their competitive spirit.

Club Sports