Basketball team finds success on court

By Sara Few Gators Basketball has gone above and beyond expectations this season. They were voted to finish No. 3 in the CSAC, but achieved a 17-7 record with one more game against College of St. Elizabeth before the CSAC Playoffs. Sophomore center Daija Fitchett leads the Gators in rebounds with 245 rebounds, averaging 11.7... Continue Reading →

Tracking down a new head coach

By Taylor Bynion Senior Karelly Sanchez meets in the team room with sprinters, long distance runners, and throwers. Each member of the team, including newly-elected team captain, Sanchez, are excited for the new track and field season. On Friday, Feb. 2, Athletic Director Renee Bostic met with the track and field team to announce a... Continue Reading →

Athletes Become LGBTQ+ Allies

By Sara Few This year, NCAA Division III devised with the Division III LGBTQ OneTeam Program to educate all DIII student-athletes about LGBTQ inclusion in college athletics. The program strove to teach athletes the correct terminology with a better understanding of the LGBTQ+ community. In August, NCAA LGBTQ+ working group started the initiative to improve... Continue Reading →

Motivational Speaker Discusses Athletic Inclusion

By Victoria Olatunji Social justice educator and motivational speaker, Jen Fry, delivered a presentation on the intersection of fundamental social justice issues and athletics. A veteran volleyball coach and a Division II athlete turned social justice educator, Fry realized the need for educating not only student-athletes of all ages, but the staff, administration, and coaches... Continue Reading →

Gators Dominate Sports and Academics

By Sara Few The fall sports teams have stepped up their games from the Fall 2018 seasons and have made their 2019 CSAC debuts in the preseason polls. Some of the Gator sports teams have had their highest rankings this season in their program. The Gators return after a successful year with 2 CSAC Championships... Continue Reading →

Nothing But Speed

A glance into NDMU's Track and Field Club By Jessica Profilio Although cross country is a fairly new team on campus, it has made strides since its founding in 2016, among them being the impetus for the formation of the Track and Field club. The club is open to runners and non-runners from different backgrounds,... Continue Reading →


NDMU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee celebrates Division III week By Micah Castelo Last week, NDMU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) joined thousands of NCAA Division III student-athletes to commemorate the accomplishments of members in the division. As part of the annual observance, SAAC holds its biggest events and celebrations for student-athletes at NDMU. Starting on April 2,... Continue Reading →

New Beginnings

NDMU welcomes a new Athletics Director By Micah Castelo Last month, Notre Dame of Maryland University hired Renee Bostic as the new Director of Athletics and Wellness. Bostic will be managing all aspects of the intercollegiate athletics department and its programs in this role. She’s also the first African American athletics director in Notre Dame’s... Continue Reading →

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