In light of the NCAA’s unprecedented announcement to cancel the remainder of winter and spring championships in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Daemen College has suspended all practices and competitions for the college’s 17 intercollegiate athletic programs.
“Our primary… Read More »
The historic season for the Daemen College women’s basketball team will continue for at least another week.
The Wildcats claimed their first-ever East Coast Conference tournament title and earned the league’s automatic bid to the 64-team National Collegiate Athletic Association… Read More »
A valiant comeback effort in the waning minutes came up just short as the Daemen College women’s basketball team tasted defeat for the second-straight game, falling to host New York Tech 47-43 in the regular season finale for both East… Read More »
The Daemen College Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE) has received the 2020 Community Leader Award in Sports from the National Federation for Just Communities (NFJC) of Western New York in honor of the impact the program… Read More »
(Guilderland, N.Y.) of Daemen College has been named to the 2019-20 Academic All-District Men’s Basketball Team
selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), recognizing his combined achievements on the court and in the classroom.
Sischo… Read More »
Kassandra Nolet (Fort Erie, Ont.) of Daemen College has been named the East Coast Conference Women’s Track Athlete of the Week for competitions held February 3-9. The announcement of ECC weekly awards was made this afternoon in the league’s weekly… Read More »
Seniors Jordan Heinold (Hamburg, N.Y.) and Sullivan Keller (Alden, N.Y.) have been named the Daemen College Student-Athletes of the Month presented by Western New York Knee and Orthopedic Surgery PC for January, 2020.
Heinold led the regionally-ranked women’s basketball team… Read More »
The Daemen College Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE) will offer 42 sport sampling sessions during this spring semester. The CAUSE program provides opportunities for people with disabilities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, and experience the… Read More »
Graduate student Ashli Jeune
(Westampton, N.J.) was as hot as a summer afternoon, canning six first-half three-pointers en route to her third 20-point outing this season to lead Daemen College past rival Roberts Wesleyan College by an 80-48 final in… Read More »
On a recent trip to Washington, D.C., for an East Coast Conference doubleheader vs. the University of the District of Columbia, the Daemen College men’s and women’s basketball teams were given the opportunity to tour the National Mall and the… Read More »
The Fall 2019 semester was another successful one in terms of academic performance for Daemen College student-athletes. The group, consisting of more than 200 individuals, achieved a collective grade-point average (GPA) of 3.11 marking the 13th consecutive semester at 3.0… Read More »
The Daemen College men’s volleyball team kicked off just its second season in program history by competing impressively against some of the nation’s toughest championship teams. For a team almost entirely comprised of underclassmen, the Wildcats held their own against… Read More »
Young esports enthusiasts will have a chance to improve their skills and learn about maintaining a healthy lifestyle at a one-week esports camp scheduled in February at Daemen College.
The esports camp, which is open to gamers ages 10 to… Read More »
The Daemen College women’s basketball team is ranked in the Division II Sports Information Directors of America (D2SIDA) East Region media poll for the 10th consecutive week dating back to last season. The Wildcats come in at No. 9 this… Read More »
Tickets are still available for featured Daemen College men’s volleyball matches being held this week against high-profile Division I teams.
The Wildcats will take on Pepperdine University on Jan. 14 and Harvard University on Jan. 16 in Lumsden Gymnasium. Daemen… Read More »