A group who set numerous school records and won several conference championships headline this year's class of seven individuals who will be inducted into the Holy Cross Varsity Club Athletic Hall of Fame this year. The 2017 inductees into the Hall of Fame are Maureen Flanagan, Maggie Fontana, Jack O'Connor, Kate O'Shaughnessy, Keith Simmons, James Sixsmith and the Rev. Anthony J. Kuzniewski, S.J.
Head women's tennis coach Mike Lucas and director of athletics Nathan Pine have announced the team's 2017 spring schedule.
The Holy Cross women's tennis team was selected to finish ninth in the 2017 Patriot League preseason poll, as voted on by the head coaches and sports information directors from around the league.
Crusaders raise awareness at the ninth annual Benching For Breast Cancer!
Event will take place on December 9!
Holy Cross' athletic teams continue to rank among the best in the nation in graduation rates, according to the latest Graduation Success Rate Report which has been released by the NCAA. The Crusaders' overall Graduation Success Rate of 97 percent for all student-athletes tied for the 17th best mark in the country out of 351 Division I schools.
Crusader student-athletes are leaders on and off the playing field!
Holy Cross took a narrow 4-3 defeat to Rider on Sunday at the Sinnott Family Tennis Facility in Worcester, Mass. to close its fall season.
Junior Meghan Lewis and sophomore Fiona Busser won the Flight E doubles bracket, as the Crusaders competed at the Connecticut College Invitational on Sunday in New London, Conn.
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee held event with faculty and coaches.
Holy Cross fell to Providence by a score of 7-0 on Thursday afternoon in Providence, R.I.
Women's Tennis Match Vs. Bryant Postponed