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.
Impressive statistics help tell the story: conference Players of the Year, Rookies of the Year, Coaches of the Year, All-Americans, and the school's first NCAA Division 1 tournament game victory.
The Providence Journal traces the men's baseball team's route to a first-ever berth in D1 NCAA playoffs, an achievement that caps a record-breaking year in University athletics.
Today's NCAA Division 1 Bryant Bulldogs are a culmination of the hard work of dedicated student-athletes throughout Bryant history, instilling spirit and pride in the Bryant community.
Matt Roncaioli ’13 had his pick of five job offers when he graduated. A finance major and member of the football team, he took full advantage of Bryant's career preparation opportunities … and it paid off.
The Bryant curriculum "allows you to see every aspect of both the business world and the liberal arts world,” says student-athlete Peter McMahon '13.
The Providence Journal reports on the excitement generated by Bryant men's basketball -- the "Cinderella team that's the most improved in the country."
The New York Times takes a look at the path that brought men's basketball coach Tim O'Shea to Bryant and to the "most important victory in Bryant University’s short N.C.A.A. Division I history — a 56-54 win Sunday against Boston College, his alma mater."
Men's lacrosse coach Mike Pressler shares what Bryant has done for him: "They gave me and my family our lives back."
A $1.3 million gift from alumnus Bill Conaty '67 helps transform the baseball and softball fields into a first-class Division I stadium that offers bleacher seating for 500, including 200 chair-back seats.
The Liz Chace and The Kim Chace are ready for 'fiercer' competition in the coming season. The boats have "good karma," says the team's coach.