Rollins is among 27 Division II schools recently honored with the Division II Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence for achieving an academic success rate of more than 90 percent.
For his success on and off the field, lacrosse player Greg Taicher ’19 receives the Sunshine State Conference Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.
For her success on and off the water, rower Lizzie Berry ’19 receives the Sunshine State Conference Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.
Head softball coach Michelle Frew earns her 800th career win in the first game of 2019.
Rollins was recently ranked No. 1 among the country’s more than 150 Division II women’s golf programs in NCSA’s 2018 power rankings.
After nearly four decades as head coach of men’s basketball at Rollins, Tom Klusman joins the 700-win club.
Now in his 33rd season at Rollins, Glenn Wilkes Jr. scores his 700th win as the legendary coach of women’s basketball.
The Tars tie for the top GPA in the country among all NCAA men’s soccer teams during the 2017-18 academic year.
Kylie Klotzbach ’17 is one of two student-athletes nationally to receive a 2017 Jim McKay Scholarship, an award that recognizes outstanding academic achievement and the potential to make a major contribution to sports communications.
Felicia Hutnick ’79 and Teresa Kaiser ’19 are the top-ranked mother-daughter doubles tennis team in the nation.
Men’s basketball team captain Jakobi Bonner ’20 has been selected for the prestigious NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum.
The prolific career and immense impact of women’s golf coach Julie Garner, according to the student-athletes and colleagues who know her best.
The Tars receive recognition for excellent academic achievement for the 2017-18 academic year.
What do caffeine, junk food, and a little kid’s favorite sandwich have to do with Julie Garner’s success as coach of the women’s golf team? Everything.
What does it mean to be a championship-caliber athlete at Rollins? Look no further than the women’s golf team.
Rollins defeated defending national champion University of Indianapolis to secure its sixth NCAA Division II National Championship title.
Mika Robinson joins the Tars after serving eight seasons as head coach for Berry College.