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 Division I varsity teams, taking part in a club or intramural sport, or just enjoying the Bulldog school spirit.

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The official athletic site of Bryant University is the place to go for news stories and videos, schedules and scores, rosters and stats, ticket information, and more.

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Excellence in Bryant athletics

Bryant University head men's lacrosse coach Mike Pressler was featured in a 60 Minutes story by Armen Keteyian that touched on the loyalty that Pressler has to Bryant University. The segment aired Sunday, April 12, on the CBS television network.

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Our student-athletes continue to prove they have what it takes to shine both on the field and in the classroom. A total of 45 Bryant student-athletes were named to the 2014-15 Northeast Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll, including nine who earned Commissioner's Honor Roll distinctions.

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A life of accountability

Maduka Nwanekezi

Bryant faculty and coaches helped Accounting major Maduka Nwanekezi '14, a member of the football team, develop academically and athletically. “The most important life skill I’ve learned as an athlete is accountability," he says.

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exceptional facilities

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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Stepping up as a leader

Aubrey Mable

Success in athletics and an outstanding internship at TBS have set Communication major Aubrey Mable '14, a member of the softball team, on a career path with a number of options.

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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