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About Adelphi


Adelphi athletes excel on the field and in class.

Adelphi women's lacrosse NCAA champions

Adelphi University prides itself in many areas, including athletics, where nearly 400 student-athletes and 23 intercollegiate teams continually achieve the highest successes. A proud member of the Division II community of intercollegiate programs that values the scholar-athlete, the Panthers compete in the prestigious Northeast-10 (NE10) Conference. Adelphi’s athletes are national champions—with nine national titles since 2001 and 16 overall. They are also standout students and citizens of their communities. Adelphi’s athletes excel not just on the court or field, but also in the classroom. Every year, numerous Panthers make the Northeast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll, with all 23 teams achieving a 3.0 or better in the 2016-17 school year.

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Exceptional Facilities

Opened in 2008, the 76,000-square-foot Center for Recreation and Sports (CRS) features a three-court gymnasium, a suspended running track and significantly upgraded athletic training and rehabilitation rooms. Complementing CRS is Adelphi’s fully renovated Woodruff Hall, which houses a fitness center, pool and additional playing courts. Adelphi also has invested in its fields and outdoor competition spaces, including its all-weather Motamed Field, Janet L. Ficke Field for softball and William J. Bonomo Memorial Field for baseball.

Motamed Field

Motamed Field is home to Adelphi’s soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey teams.

Center for Recreation and Sports

Opened in 2008, the 76,000 square foot Center for Recreation and Sports is the home of Adelphi Athletics.

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