Wrestling Coach Bill Racich and his Bears spent time in France, Turkey and Bulgaria wrestling this summer. CBS-3 reports on the Division III International Cultural Exchange trip. The cultural exchange was a great learning experience, Racich reports.
Ursinus Summer Fellow Charlie Lee 2014 is in the trenches of a national focus on the long-term impact of concussions on athletes. He is spending his summer exploring the changes that occur in the brain after an athlete suffers a concussion. Read More
When he first got the news, John Carty wasn’t sure he could go through with it. But then the six-foot defensive lineman rallied and decided that being selected as a donor for the Be the Match Registry program was something he could handle. Read More
Ursinus alumni returned to the campus for Homecoming Oct. 26 and 27 too see old friends and to check out what’s new on campus. Read More
Seven new members were inducted into the Hall of Fame for Athletes on Friday night during Homecoming weekend. They join other Ursinus alumni and former coaches who have been recognized for excellence in sports. Read More
A new visual identity for Ursinus College Athletics is being unveiled for the 2012-13 school year. The identity system consists of a group of wordmarks and images to be used on publications, web sites, uniforms and apparel. Read More
Ursinus College senior football player wide receiver Tony Rosa (Philadelphia, Pa./Central) was one of 22 players across the country, and across all divisions to be named to the 2012 Allstate American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team on Tuesday afternoon. Read More
A letter in The Chronicle of Higher Education written by Swarthmore College President Rebecca Chopp on behalf of all Centennial Conference school presidents praises the values of Division III athletics. Read More
The 2012 Olympics will remain especially meaningful for two Ursinus women, one of whom performed for visitors to London, and the other a gymnast who cheered on her friend, Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas.
Ursinus named its baseball field in honor of Brian Thomas on Saturday, April 28 between games of a doubleheader with Gettysburg College. Read More