This past Spring break, the D’Youville College women’s volleyball team traveled to Nicaragua as part of an opportunity to spread the game of volleyball and give back to those who are the less fortunate
On Wednesday, April 26, Penn State Altoona's Student-Athlete Advisory Council and Athletics department continued its partnership with the Special Olympics when they held the 6th Annual Student-Athlete vs. Staff/Faculty Charity Basketball Game in the Adler Athletic Complex.
The La Roche College baseball team teamed up with Go4theGoal(r), a national non-profit organizatioin dedicated to helping kids with cancer and their families across the country through their Lace Up 4 Pediatric Cancer(r) initiative.
Twenty Hilbert College student-athletes and coaches participated in the Special Olympics of WNY basketball competition which was held at the Clearfield Community Center in Amherst, New York on Saturday, March 25.
On Tuesday afternoon, Medaille College associate athletic director Laura Edholm presented the Susan G. Komen of Upstate New York Foundation with donations and blankets made by student athletes and fans during SAAC's annual Pink Games on Wednesday, February 15.
The Penn State Altoona women's basketball program continued an annual fundraising tradition this winter, as the team and its coaching staff helped raise money to benefit the fight against breast cancer.
On November 17, 2016 and again January 20, 2017, Coach Kelly Starchok and several women’s soccer players joined their efforts in support of the Gregory D Spring Foundation which strives to shine light on bullying prevention and suicide awareness programs.
Last week, the Medaille College men's and women's basketball teams took part in a very special night, hosting Autism Awareness Night at the Sullivan Center for their double-header with AMCC foe Penn State-Behrend.
Mount Aloysius College has been notified by the National Association of Division III Athletics Administration and Jostens Community Service awards that its participation in the recent “Night to Shine” has earned it an honorable mention Award.
The Penn State Altoona men’s and women’s basketball teams spearheaded an effort to raise awareness and money for the fight against cancer at a pair of doubleheaders this past Saturday and Sunday in the Adler Athletic Complex.
Members of the Penn State Altoona women's basketball team and coaching staff donated their time on Sunday to help instruct the Mowrie A. Ebner Elementary School's fourth grade girls basketball team at the Booker T. Washington Center in Altoona.