Harrison, N.Y. - Junior Ryan Sember (Branford, Conn.) carded the low round of the day for the Albertus Magnus College men's golf team with a score of 77, but the Falcons fell to the College of Mount Saint Vincent by just nine strokes on Sunday afternoon at Willow Ridge Country Club. Sember earned a low medalist honors after finishing the day with a season-low score of 77.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Albertus Magnus College men’s golf team kicked off the 2019 campaign with a victory over Purchase College, 340-359, at the Alling Memorial Golf Course. Ryan Sember (Branford, Conn.) paced the team with a final score of 77 (+5) to lead the Falcons to their first dual-match win since Oct. 07, 2016.
NEW HAVEN, CONN. - Healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries this century and Albertus Magnus College is now offering a new major – a Bachelor of Science in General Health Sciences – to connect more students to the jobs of the future.
At a time when security breaches, potential exposure of personal data, and identity theft are in the news on a regular basis, Albertus Magnus College is adding Cyber Security as a new major this fall to complement the already widely popular Criminal Justice and Computer Information Systems programs. Albertus Magnus is training the high-tech professionals of tomorrow – today — to keep our technology systems running smoothly and private information safe.
Winthrop, Mass. - The Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) has announced its All-Academic Team for the 2018-19 school year. This year, 41 student-athletes from Albertus Magnus College were among the 1,030 members of the Academic Team from 13 full-time institutions and nine associate member institutions in the conference.
All returning, new and transfer student-athletes must complete documents and requirements in order to be cleared to participate in varsity athletics at Albertus Magnus College. These documents are in addition to the Student Health Form packet for Health Services upon admittance to the college.
New Haven, Conn. – On Tuesday, May 7th, the Albertus Magnus College Department of Athletics held its annual end of the year awards banquet to honor its student-athletes and coaches as well as to celebrate the success from this past academic year.
New Haven, Conn. - On Friday, March 29, the Albertus Magnus College Athletic Department hosted its first Unified Basketball Tournament at “The Nest” inside the Cosgrove Marcus Messer Athletic Center. Four teams – Albertus Magnus College, Southern Connecticut State University, Milford and Branford – competed in the tournament.
WINTHROP, Mass. – Currently in his second year as President of Albertus Magnus College, Dr. Marc M. Camille has been appointed to the NCAA Division III Chancellors/Presidents Advisory Group, as announced by Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Commissioner Joe Walsh on Tuesday.
New Haven, Conn. - The Albertus Magnus College Athletic Department takes great pride in giving back to local communities and for the fourth straight year, Falcon student-athletes, coaches and administration surpassed the athletic department goal of 600 hours. All of our student-athletes, coaches and administration spent their Thanksgiving and Christmas break volunteering within their community and in total finished with 840 hours.
New Haven, Conn. - The Albertus Magnus College Athletic Department and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) teamed up with the Dominican Mission & Ministry to help collect non-perishable food items for the Centro San Jose Family Center in New Haven, Conn.
New Haven, Conn. – Albertus Magnus College will induct five former student-athletes into its Class of 2018 Athletics Hall of Fame on Sunday, Sept. 16. The newest members of the Hall of Fame include Ryan Antonino (baseball), Raymond Askew (men’s basketball), Jason Crockett (men’s basketball), Samantha Farley (women’s soccer) and Stephen Zapata (men’s soccer).
On Tuesday, May 5, the Albertus Magnus College Department of Athletics held its annual banquet to honor its student-athletes and coaches as well as to celebrate the success from the 2014-15 academic year.
Albertus Magnus College Director of Athletics, Jim Abromaitis, has announced the hiring of Jackie Beck as its first men’s and women’s head golf coach. The newly established golf programs will begin as club sports during the 2014-15 academic year and then compete as Division III programs.
Albertus Magnus College Director of Athletics Jim Abromaitis, in conjunction with Vice President for Academic Affairs Sean O'Connell, has announced that Dr. Mark Barreuther has been named the new Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR) at Albertus Magnus College.
On Monday, May 5, the Albertus Magnus College Department of Athletics held its annual banquet to honor its student-athletes and coaches as well as to celebrate the success from the 2013-14 academic year.