Category Archives: September 25 2017

Daemen Launches Initiative to Provide Athletic Opportunities for Disabled Persons

Daemen College has announced the launch of a comprehensive new initiative that aims to provide recreational and competitive athletic opportunities for persons with disabilities. The Daemen College Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE) will help facilitate physical fitness of participants while giving them the opportunity to experience the camaraderie and sportsmanship that… Read More »

Alum Profile – Gregory Adrian ‘11

Gregory Adrian received a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a specialization in sport management from Daemen College, and then set his sights on pursuing a career in hockey operations. He went on to volunteer for two seasons with the Canisius College hockey program while also earning a master’s degree in sport administration. After graduating… Read More »

Women’s Soccer Continues Dramatic Winning Ways

Sophomore forward Jamie Boyar (Williamsville, N.Y.) scored on a header in double overtime as the Daemen College women’s soccer team continued its recent string of dramatic victories with a 1-0 defeat of host Clarion University in non-conference action this afternoon at Memorial Stadium. After 103 scoreless minutes, Boyar broke through, scoring her team-leading fourth goal of the… Read More »

News to Know

Nancy Marck Cantwell, department chair and associate professor of English at Daemen College, was a speaker at the conference for the Sister Fidelma International Society held in Cashel, Ireland. Her lecture was entitled “Hello Dálaigh: The Sister Fidelma Mysteries.”