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  • Former Bobcats pitcher, Shane Davis, inked his first professional contract, signing with the Baltimore Orioles after wrapping up his collegiate career at North Carolina Central University. Davis is the first Bobcats athlete to ink a Major League contract and you can learn more about Davis' signing by following this link.

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  • Man standing and smiling with Bryant & Stratton College mascot Blue the Bobcat

    Bobcats are known as solitary, elusive predators. They defend their territory with vigor, can cover up to 10 feet in a single leap and will take down prey larger than them. The Bobcats who represent Bryant & Stratton College on the court and on the field exhibit many of those same traits. The Bryant & Stratton Bobcats are ferocious in defending their home turf and they don’t shy away from facing tougher competition. Cheering on the blue, green and white alongside our passionate s...

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  • Four members of the Bryant & Stratton College women's track team

    A dynasty isn’t built overnight, Claude Toukene can attest to that. But after multiple national championships, 25 state titles and over 40 regional titles with Western Branch High School, he’s brought his incredible resume to Bryant & Stratton College’s Virginia track program. And he’s already getting results. In just their second year, the Bobcats men’s and women’s teams opened the year ranked nationally in the NJCAA and each are currently ranked first ...

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  • There are times when it seems like the only thing that matters is what takes place between the whistles. Wednesday’s soccer matches were a perfect reminder of the gravity of what takes place outside the field of play. The Bryant & Stratton College men’s and women’s soccer teams wore purple wristbands in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month while devoting the games to a survivor of domestic violence, Anne Kilduff. Kilduff, a Bryant & Stratton College stud...

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  • Parents everywhere are being proven wrong. You can, in fact, earn a paycheck playing video games. The best in the field command six figure salaries. Now, the Bryant & Stratton College Bobcats are crafting teams, constructing a 500-square foot esports Lab and preparing to not just compete but to dominate the growing sport.  “We’re gearing up towards building a team and growing so that our students could potentially be recruited for a professional league,” said esports...

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  • Bryant & Stratton College soccer star Uros Momic was named USCAA Player of the Year the best player in the USCAA after the 15-goal, 5-assist season for the Bobcats. The senior takes the accolade in stride and is quick to point out that teamwork was the key to playing well. “This is possible because of the whole team’s work,” he said. “This is not just an individual success.” The Bobcats fell in their fourth-straight National Championship game in a 1-0 loss t...

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  • As a player and now a coach, Amanda Belsito has worked to help Bryant & Stratton College’s Women’s Soccer program to receive national recognition. Those long hours paid off when she was named the USCAA Coach of the Year for 2018. “I’m very grateful and super excited,” she said. Belsito came to Bryant & Stratton in 2012 and played for four years earning the title of team captain and All-American honors. After graduation she served as a graduate assistant c...

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  • Not many teams can travel over 500 miles and still say they’re close to home. But the Bryant & Stratton College men’s and women’s soccer teams will be doing just that when they travel to Virginia Beach, VA for the 2016 USCAA National Championships. While the Bobcats will be three states away from the Syracuse campus, they’ll be just six miles from the Virginia Beach campus location, offering a little bit of a home field feel to this year’s championships. Both teams enter the tournament ...

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  • There has been quite a bit of early season success for the men's and women's soccer teams at Bryant & Stratton College. Both teams received top-10 preseason rankings from the USCAA with the men ranking second in the nation and the women ranking eighth. Less than a week after the initial coach's poll dropped the women's soccer team has already climbed two spots to number six while the men have a firm grip on second in their poll. The men's soccer team have a massive match against Universi...

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  • The recipe for success in college athletics varies by team and sport. At the “junior college” level that recipe can be even more challenging when it comes to recruiting and retaining players. Nick Dimitrievski and Alex Grigorita seem to have found one way to stay ahead in the ever competitive United States Collegiate Athletic Association and that is through a strong presence in international recruiting. Both head coaches recruit heavily in the greater Syracuse and New York regions but they a...

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