Catholic Downs Scranton To Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

By Jared Prenda The Catholic University of America Men’s Basketball team won a pivotal Landmark Conference matchup against the Scranton Royals 81-79 on Saturday, February 10th. The road win leapfrogged the Birds over the Royals into the fourth and final spot of the playoffs with only two games remaining in the regular season. The team Read More …

Catholic Student-Athletes Raise More than $24,000 for Special Olympics DC

By Jimmy Cassidy Spirits were high while temperatures were low as student-athletes made their way out to Cardinal Stadium on Friday, February 2nd to participate in the 2018 Catholic University Polar Bear Plunge to support Special Olympics D.C. The proceeds from the student-athletes and their generous donors totaled $24,281. Each team was encouraged to raise Read More …

Men’s Basketball Takes Down Scranton and Susquehanna

By Jared Prenda Catholic University’s men’s basketball team is now winners in 4 of its last 5 outings as the Cardinals pulled out two strong conference victories this past week. These wins moved the squad up to second place in the Landmark Conference, and advanced Catholic’s record to 11-7 overall and 5-2 in conference play. Read More …

Women’s Track & Field Encouraged by First Meet of the Year

By Jared Prenda   The Catholic University of America women’s track and field team kicked off the 2018 part of its indoor season this past Saturday when the team traveled to Collegeville, PA to compete in Ursinus’ Collegeville Classic. The team placed ahead of 8 other teams and 11th overall. Freshman Abby Grabowski has been Read More …

Volleyball Coach Nagy Abdelrazek Reflects on 25 Years at Catholic

By Jimmy Cassidy, Jared Prenda  When Nagy Abdelrazek took the job as head coach of Catholic University’s volleyball team two weeks before the beginning of the 1993 season, he knew he had some serious work to do to improve the fledgling program. He had just three returning players on the roster, a few short of Read More …

Catholic Hangs Tough at University of Maryland, 76-59

By Jimmy Cassidy  The Catholic University men’s basketball team took a break from studying on its first night of final exams and traveled just over six miles to take on the Division I opponent Maryland Terrapins. Going into the game, ESPN’s Basketball Power Index gave the Division III Cardinals a slim 0.1% chance of defeating Read More …