‘Coach T.’ Brian Thomas To Retire After Spring Season

Brian Thomas

Longtime, widely respected baseball coach and former Director of Athletics Brian Thomas will retire after this season, capping 23 years at Ursinus College and a 43-year career. In appreciation for his many years of service, his winning record on the field and his mentoring countless players, Ursinus will name its baseball field Thomas Field on April 28 between a double header.  Read More»

Outstanding in the Field

Opposing teams fear senior forward Alyssa Thren. The Bears’ field hockey star is used to being shadowed around the field. This became especially obvious in a game against Haverford on October 5. Read More»

One for the Team

As he was enjoying the surf and sun of spring break vacation, Teddy Conrad 2013 got a call that would change two lives. Conrad, a business and economics major, had registered to be a bone marrow donor. Read More»

Homecoming 2011

Homecoming 2011

Alumni returned to Ursinus College on September 24 to connect with old friends and see what’s new on campus. See photos from a variety of events on campus. Read More»

Family Day Athletics

Family Day Athletics

During Family Day on Saturday, Sept. 17, the Ursinus College Bears competed in football, field hockey and soccer. View photos from the day’s games. Read More»

Saturday Night Lights

Football Night Game

The Ursinus football team opened the season with its first night game under the lights at newly renovated Patterson Field. In front of an overflow crowd, Albright College spoiled the party as the Lions scored 17 straight points to defeat the Bears 24-17. Read More»

Turf Field Groundbreaking Enthuses Crowd

A celebratory groundbreaking for the new artificial turf at Patterson Field enthused Trustees, alumni, student athletes, faculty and staff March 17 in a festive ceremony as the Ursinus Bear cheered on. President Jef Corson noted that almost two-thirds of Ursinus students play on a team or in an intramural sport so use of the field is high. President-elect Bobby Fong spoke on the importance of balance in Division III athletics. Read More»