Arcadia University News

June 17, 2011

O'Connor Takes a Closer Look at Costa Rica's Dam Conflict

At first glance the proposed El Diquis Hydroelectric Project in Buenos Aires, Costa Rica, appears to be universally beneficial: damming the river basin would bring sustainable energy to millions of Central Americans, and with it the promise of continued development. But as Kelly Hays O’Connor , a...

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February 16, 2011

Brownell Teams with Collegiate Coaching Legend at MLS Combine

By Purnell T. Cropper Rick Brownell , head coach of Arcadia’s women’s soccer team and a well-regarded figure in youth soccer, nearly missed out on a dream gig. When he received an unexpected e-mail in mid-December asking him to coach at the 2011 Major League Soccer Combine in Florida―an invite-only...


February 11, 2011

Athletics Staff Move Into New Offices, Commons Construction Continues

As the Arcadia community anticipates the completion of the 62,000-square-foot University Commons student center, there is already reason to celebrate. The new two-story, 19-office east-end expansion of the existing Kuch Center is now open, and several offices are occupied by the Athletics...

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February 4, 2011

Erin Livingston: A Coach in the Spotlight

By Jordyn Austin ’14 Oftentimes, when it comes to sports, all the glory goes to star players, while little attention is paid to the less glamorous yet critical parts of the team. Individuals such as Joe Paterno notwithstanding, coaches usually are the least celebrated or recognized members of any...


January 28, 2011

Intramural Sports: More than 80 Soccer Players Appear at the Dome

Turnout for intramural sports at the Dome was tremendous last week. More than 80 people showed up to play soccer. The fun continues next week. The schedule is as follows. Monday, Jan. 31: Indoor Intramural Soccer League Tuesday, Feb. 1: Ultimate Frisbee Wednesday, Feb. 2: Indoor Intramural Soccer...

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December 17, 2010

Law Earns NSCAA All-American Honors

On Dec.15, goalkeeper Jackie Law ’13 was named to the 2010 Performance Subaru Women’s NCAA Division III All-America Team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). This is the first NSCAA All-American honor for Arcadia's Women's Soccer program. Of the 41 players recognized, Law...


October 19, 2010

The Dome Mushrooms into New Play Space

From the top of the Alumni Fund Walk of Pride, peeking out from the fall foliage stands the newest addition to Arcadia’s campus. On Monday it took 22 facility workers six hours to install and 20 minutes to inflate the new sports dome. After two years of planning a summer of excavating, the dome...

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