Daemen College is one of 42 NCAA Division II member schools to receive the Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence, a prestigious honor that recognizes institutions with an Academic Success Rate (ASR) of 90% or higher among student-athletes. The marks the… Read More »
With the Thanksgiving holiday upon us, Daemen student-athletes took a pause from an unprecedented semester and reflected on the things they are grateful for. Take a look at this video to see how they responded.… Read More »
The global COVID-19 pandemic has brought about circumstances and challenges never seen before in small college athletics, including right here at Daemen College. Budgetary constraints have been felt across the board, and external revenue streams that directly support our 17… Read More »
It’s a story fit for the silver screen – a man with many lives. But for Astrid “AJ” Amandazi, it’s been a reality filled with many chapters. From amateur boxer to soldier in the United States Army, to now a… Read More »
The Daemen College men’s volleyball team will hold its annual Blue-White Scrimmage beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, November 13 at Lumsden Gymnasium, head coach Don Gleason announced today. With no spectators permitted due to COVID-19, the intra-squad matchup will… Read More »
Dr. Jon Metz, head women’s triathlon coach at Daemen College, has co-authored a book about leadership and the importance of developing common purposes, values, and aspirations for organizations to attain success. The second edition of “Shared Vision: Building Team Success… Read More »
If you can be anything, be kind.
In what has been a challenging and emotionally-charged year, the Division of Athletics at Daemen College has dedicated their time and energy towards serving as a guiding light for those who need it… Read More »
Daemen College men’s basketball star Andrew Sischo
has been named an NCAA Division II Preseason All-American by Basketball Times
, a monthly print publication that has covered college basketball since 1980. The publication’s announcement of Preseason All-Americans was made in… Read More »
Many words can be used to describe Daemen women’s volleyball veteran Georgia Wicker and her impact on the Wildcats community. But, reliable best fits her and her time on Main Street the past four years.
When Daemen women’s volleyball head… Read More »
The Daemen College Division of Athletics will launch new programming aimed at assisting the mental health of student-athletes through a partnership with Olympic Gold Medalist Samantha Livingstone, founder and facilitator of the Livingstone High Performance Academy. Livingstone’s program, The WHOLE… Read More »
The East Coast Conference announced updates to its plans for returning to competition in the upcoming spring semester.
With approval from the ECC’s athletic directors, the conference has finalized a schedule for its men’s and women’s basketball season and a… Read More »
Why do you coach? It’s a simple question that prompted several different responses from Daemen head coaches on this National Coaches Day. Some sighted the passion they have in their chosen sport. Others mentioned a desire to give back to… Read More »
For the Daemen College women’s basketball team, the seeds of unity were planted inside the locker room at the start of the 2019-20 season. The phrase, “I Got You,” synced with what the program was building on and off the… Read More »
The Daemen College Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE) is celebrating three years of its mission to provide competitive and recreational sporting opportunities for individuals with disabilities from the local community. Since its launch, CAUSE has been… Read More »
Wildcat Weekly brings you inside the locker rooms of Western New York’s Premier Division II Team with host Joe Kraus. In the second episode of the 2020-21 season, Joe is joined by Jenepher Banker, the veteran women’s basketball coach who… Read More »