CHESTERTOWN, Md. - The Catholic University women's rowing team placed second in the second varsity eight petite final at the Washington College Invitational Saturday while the varsity four finished third.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Catholic University athletics department will participate in the NCAA's eighth annual celebration of Division III Week April 1-7, 2019. It is an opportunity to recognize the powerful impact of athletics and student-athletes on the campus and surrounding community.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Catholic University head football coach Mike Gutelius was among 120 people, mostly Catholic student-athletes, who participated in the Polar Plunge to support Special Olympics DC. This year's plunge drew 300 pledges and raised $33,464.
ORLANDO, Fla. - On Saturday, the Catholic University athletics department was honored for its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service as the winner of the National Association of Division III Administrators (NADIIIAA) Community Service Award for On-Going Project category.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Catholic University's 25 varsity teams joined the University community Monday and participated in this year’s MLK Day of Service, an annual event in which students honor the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by doing acts of service for community partners.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Catholic University Associate Vice President and Director of Athletics Sean Sullivan announced Thursday that the athletics department has entered into a five-year partnership agreement with Under Armour through BSN SPORTS.
FAIRFAX STATION, Va. - Returning to the site of its first-ever competition, the Catholic University women's rowing team finished second in the women's novice eight on Saturday at the Head of the Occoquan in a competition that featured several top teams.
FAIRFAX STATION, Va. - After a year of preparation, the Catholic University women's rowing team finally put in for the first race in program history. On Sunday, the Cardinals had two boats participating in the novice 8+ at the Occoquan Chase, finishing first and third in a race with Mary Washington and Virginia Tech.