PRINCETON, NJ – The Daemen men’s volleyball team earned arguably the biggest win in program history by knocking off the Princeton Tigers in a five-set thriller in New Jersey. The With 57 kills and 10 service aces, the Wildcats picked… Read More »
Daemen College’s partnership with Team IMPACT is being recognized by the NCAA.
Daemen has been selected as one of 28 finalists for the NCAA Division II Award of Excellence which honors “initiatives in the past year that exemplify the Division… Read More »
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Andrew Sischo
recorded his 10th consecutive double-double and Ryan Salzberg
posted season-highs in points, rebounds and assists to lead the Daemen Wildcats to a 74-64 victory over the District of Columbia Firebirds in East Coast Conference men’s… Read More »
Daemen Director of Athletics Traci Murphy has been named to a special National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) committee that will aid the organization in implementing historic changes to its constitution.
By changing its constitution, the organization is seeking to restructure… Read More »
Wildcats claimed the NCAA East Region Championship over top-seeded American International College (AIC) – snapping AIC’s 22-game winning streak and advancing to the Division II Elite Eight to play Western Washington on Thursday, Dec. 9. in Tampa. … Read More »
For the second consecutive week, Andrew Sischo of Daemen College has been named the East Coast Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week. The official announcement of weekly awards was made this afternoon in the ECC’s weekly men’s basketball report.… Read More »
The Wildcats earned an automatic bid after winning the East Coast Conference (ECC) Championship tournament on their home floor. Daemen will face seventh-seeded Bentley (15-12) out of the Northeast-10 Conference in the opening round of the East Regional on Thursday,… Read More »
The Wildcats have now been ranked in 24 consecutive polls by NCAA Division II Sports Information Directors of America (D2SIDA), a span that dates back to January 2019. … Read More »
For the first time since the 2019-20 season, men’s college basketball will return to KeyBank Center as Canisius, Daemen and Niagara play host to a tripleheader on Saturday, Dec. 18.… Read More »
After clinching their third East Coast Conference regular season championship in the program and the No. 1 seed in the upcoming ECC Championship tournament less than 24 hours ago, the Daemen women’s volleyball program placed another log on its metaphorical… Read More »
Alyssa Diaz (Rochester, N.Y.) of Daemen College has been named the East Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Rookie of the Week for games played Nov. 2-6. The announcement of award winners was made via the league’s weekly sport report which was… Read More »
For the first time in the program’s NCAA Division II era, the Daemen women’s basketball team is opening a season as a nationally ranked team. The Wildcats come in at No. 20 in the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) NCAA… Read More »
Sophomore defensive specialist Jasmine Brundage
(East Aurora, N.Y.) of Daemen College has been named the East Coast Conference Women’s Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week for the period of October 18-24. It marks the sixth time in eight weeks this… Read More »
Another race, another victory for the Daemen College women’s cross country team. Today’s win came at the Canisius Alumni Classic, which took place at Delaware Park in Buffalo. The Wildcats placed first out of a 12 team field, which featured… Read More »
Daemen College Head Women’s Basketball Coach Jenepher Banker announced the addition of a special member to the program as AnnaRose Van Sciver of Tonawanda, N.Y. was formally introduced during a signing ceremony Wednesday at Lumsden Gymnasium.
AnnaRose comes to Daemen… Read More »