Coming off the biggest win in Division I history over Maine, the Bulldogs are ranked No. 25 in the most recent FCS Coach's Poll.
Taking a leap of faith, he traveled more than 2,200 miles from Managua to attend Bryant where he's learned "as long as you really want something, there is always a way."
Linked Through Leadership programs hosted by Office of Campus Engagement "helped me discover my capabilities," says stellar student-athlete.
Through athletics, student organizations, and in the classroom, the lessons in leadership "taught me a lot about myself."
Many of the University’s student-athletes broke conference and school records while earning high marks in academics.
The 17 graduating seniors represent four teams: men's lacrosse, women's softball, men's golf, and Ultimate Frisbee.
The Bulldogs never trailed in the monumental 10-9 win at the Carrier Dome. Next up: seventh-seeded Maryland Saturday, May 17, at noon.
The Bulldogs now advance to the NCAA tournament first round, where they will meet second-seeded Syracuse University at the Carrier Dome Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Having discovered a passion for research through an internship while at Bryant, Black is heading toward a career in molecular biology.
Before entering Bryant’s MBA program, he will take part in a third summer internship at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he will work with clients in the auditing practice.
Internships at Bryant and at TBS "provided me with a variety of skill sets and confidence in knowing I can adapt and learn quickly," says accomplished softball player.
The evidence of alumni who were athletes in their day returning as benefactors to help current athletes is visible throughout campus.