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The benefits associated with Daemen College’s rise to NCAA Division II have been well documented, especially when it comes to on-field competition. Since moving to Division II, Daemen’s student-athletes have been involved with unique opportunities offered to NCAA student-athletes that have enhanced their experience outside the rigors of intercollegiate athletic competition.

Last spring, women’s basketball […]

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Move to Division II embraces a blend of academic excellence & competitive sports

For nearly 30 years, David Skolen has, more or less, called Daemen College home. First as a student-athlete and later as a coach and athletics administrator, Skolen has experienced all that Daemen athletics has to offer. With a contagious buzz around […]

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The NCAA Division II membership committee informed Daemen College in mid-July that the committee has approved the College for advancement to Candidacy Year Two of the membership process. Daemen is seeking to become the first and only NCAA Division II institution in the Greater Buffalo region.

“This is a great honor for Daemen College […]

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Daemen Joins NCAA

On December 6, 2012 By

Daemen College has been accepted for membership in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II. Daemen now becomes the first college in the Buffalo area to become affiliated with NCAA Division II. The Wildcats will immediately begin the three year transition to comply with all NCAA rules and regulations.

“This represents a great […]

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Since taking the reins of the Daemen men’s basketball program in 1988, Don Silveri has seen dozens upon dozens of student-athletes come and go, the vast majority of whom work hard enough academically to walk across the stage at the College’s commencement ceremony each spring. While Silveri is, in his words, “prouder than anyone […]

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A Message to Our Alumni

On December 7, 2012 By

A robust liberal arts program is one of the key principles upon which Rosary Hill and Daemen College were founded. The College enhanced this commitment in October, by unveiling the new Haberman Gacioch Center for Visual & Performing Arts. This long-awaited event was highlighted by the largest naming gift in Daemen’s history, from Nancy Haberman […]

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