Bryn Athyn College Adds Women's Lacrosse, University of Colorado Close

Bryn Athyn College President Kristin King and Director of Athletics Matthew Kennedy are pleased to announce the addition of five new sports to the college’s athletic offerings. Beginning in 2013–2014, men’s and women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, and men’s and women’s cross country will be added as intercollegiate varsity sports at Bryn Athyn College.

By fostering commitment, sportsmanship, and charity, the athletic program at Bryn Athyn upholds the College’s mission to enhance students’ civil, moral, and spiritual lives. The Athletic Department is working to find student-athletes who support the mission and demonstrate academic integrity that serves as the foundation for Bryn Athyn College.

Director of Athletics Matthew Kennedy says, “Through these new athletic offerings and a number of new academic opportunities, Bryn Athyn College will continue to strengthen our students intellectually, athletically, and morally.”

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University of Colorado Considering Adding Women's Lacrosse

The University of Colorado may very well be the next school to join the pack. Colorado Athletic Director Mike Bohn has confirmed the school will be adding a women's sport. Likely, that sport will be lacrosse.

When the University of Southern California announced in late 2010 the addition women's lacrosse to its illustrious athletics program, the lacrosse world took notice. Another big-time athletic department taking on the sport also made a case for the rest of the Pac-12 schools to
consider lacrosse as well. With the Buffaloes' recent move to the Pac-12, women's lacrosse in Boulder became an even likelier proposition.

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Reasons to Make the Move

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