The Tars lead the Sunshine State Conference with the top Academic Success Rate and rank 21 points above the national average.
This month, two Rollins College student-athletes were ranked No. 1 in individual tricks at the Collegiate Water Ski Association National Championships.
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.
The Tars secured their second tournament win of the fall at the 2015 Guy Harvey Invitational at the PGA National Palmer Course.
Will Glenn enters his first season at Rollins College as the sailing head coach.
Rollins College women’s soccer takes the top spot on the NSCAA Division II National poll, the highest ranking in the program’s history.
Sindee Snow has stepped down as Rollins College volleyball head coach.
Head Coach Marc Bedsole secures ninth career national tricks title at GOODE Water Ski National Championships.
It’s an age-old question uttered countless times by first-year Rollins students and their parents, not to mention athletic opponents and their fans.