USciences Basketball’s Fox and Ye Named Academic All-District® by CoSIDA Fox and Ye were the only representatives from the CACC amongst District 1’s 11 honorees. Full Story
Men’s Basketball’s Rally Falls Short as Two 3-Pointers in Final Seconds Are Off Mark in 80-77 Loss at Wilmington NEWARK, Del. – Trailing by as many as 14, and by 11 midway through the second half, the University of the Sciences men’s basketball team was able to make it a one-possession game four times down the stretch at Wilmington on Tuesday night. Full Story
Men’s Basketball Erases 15-Point First Half Deficit; Ends Game on 13-3 Run for 68-58 Win Over Nyack ter Nyack knotted the score at 55 with a 3-pointer with just 3:12 to play, the Devils defense held the Warriors to just one free throw and late meaningless layup in the final seconds. Full Story
Double-Doubles Power Men’s Basketball to Wire-to-Wire Win at Holy Family Brendan Crawford led all players with a career-best 31 points, to go along with 13 rebounds, while Tanner Kerr added 17 points and a game-high 16 boards. Full Story
Early Second Half Run Erases Men’s Basketball’s Halftime Lead in Loss to Concordia Paddy Casey led all players with 19 points and three steals, while Jordan White scored a season-high 16 points on 4-of-5 shooting, 3-of-4 3-pointers and 5-of-6 free throws. Full Story
Men’s Basketball Falls 73-52 to CACC South Leader Jefferson Brendan Crawford led University of the Sciences with 12 points, with freshmen Jordan White and Sean Simon falling just short of double figures with nine and eight points, respectively. Full Story
Men’s Basketball Completes Season-Sweep of Georgian Court with 78-68 Win Over Lions Paddy Casey neared a triple-double, leading the Devils with 21 points, a game-high eight assists and seven rebounds. Full Story
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Ye Named CACC Student-Athlete of the Month for December 2018The following release is courtesy of the CACC.
USciences Student-Athletes Post 3.34 GPA in Fall 2018 SemesterOver 60 percent of the department (91 student-athletes) earned Dean’s List Honors, with nearly 80 percent (120) achieving at least a 3.0 GPA.