New Members Inducted Into Hall of Fame

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»

Ursinus Bear Gets a Face-lift

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»

Service Honor for UC Football Player

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»

Ursinus Ties to the 2012 Olympic Games

Dana Feigenbaum

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.

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Thomas Field Dedicated

Ursinus named its baseball field in honor of Brian Thomas on Saturday, April 28 between games of a doubleheader with Gettysburg College. Read More»

Thomas Field to be Named April 28 in honor of Coach T

In appreciation for his many years of service, his winning record on the baseball field and his mentoring countless players, Ursinus will name its baseball field in honor of Brian Thomas on April 28 (rain date, April 29) between a baseball double header. Read More»

Sophomore Gymnast Crowned National Champion

After Monica Durham raised her hands in the air to cap her successful vault at the 2012 National Collegiate Gymnastics Championships in Brockport, N.Y. this past March, she knew it was good. She just didn’t know how good it was. Read More»

Photography Project on LGBT Athletes on View; Photographer Visit Set

Fearless Portrait Series

Fearless, a series of portraits of “out” lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender athletes on high school and college sports teams from 2003 to present, is on display now through April 6 in the Floy Lewis Bakes Center at Ursinus College. The photographer, Jeff Sheng will discuss his work Tuesday, April 3, at 7 p.m. in Musser auditorium in Pfahler Hall. Read More»

Greg Martell Named ECAC Defensive Player of the Year

Greg Martell

Football has captivated Greg Martell since he was a fourth-grader playing for Saint Michael’s Giants in Levittown. For the Ursinus football captain, the uncompromising physical demands and rigors of defensive strategy are, wait for it, fun. Read More»