Carlow University has a deep tradition of dedication to the student-athlete. Since the first intercollegiate team decades ago, thousands of games have been played and championships have been earned. Fall 2012 marked the beginning of a new era, Carlow's first male sport – Cross Country.
Carlow is affiliated with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics and the United States Collegiate Athletics Association provides opportunities for post-season competition and national recognition for athletic and academic achievement. The Carlow Celtic athletic teams consistently rank in the nation’s top 25 for outstanding grade point averages.
Carlow offers academic credit for athletic participation and athletic scholarships are available to qualified student-athletes. If you are interested in applying for a merit- and performance-based scholarship, visit our Recruitment page. The University believes in supporting the whole being and athletes also have access to these benefits and recognition opportunities:
NAIA and USCAA Scholar AthletesErin DiSanti- Women’s BasketballAlan Faler- Men’s Cross Country, Allisandra Supinski- Women’s Cross CountryNicolette Blake, Victoria Capo, Lauren Closser, Marisa Czapor, Ashlyn Fratto, Julianna Lieb, Janelle McIntyre, Maria Serafini, and Amber Szekely- SoccerRachel Blonski, Kaycee Bradosky, Meghan Dulaney, Amy Piotrowski, Tara Simm, Taylor Sirko, and Kaysie Young- Softball (2013)(TBA 2014) Emily Pritts and Kaysie Young- Softball(TBA 2014) Amanda Capatolla and Heather Jellison- TennisCarly Bonk, Kelsey Bonk, Amber Bussard, Ashley Grooms, and Amanda McKenzie- VolleyballKentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference HonorsAll-KIAC First TeamEmily Pritts- Softball (2013)Nicolette Blake, Dana Saunders- SoccerAmanda McKenzie- VolleyballAll-KIAC Second TeamAlyssa Tlumac, Brianna Trent- SoccerKIAC Soccer Defensive Player of the YearNicolette BlakeUnited States Collegiate Athletic Association HonorsUSCAA All-American First TeamShelby Rodgers- Softball (2013)Amanda McKenzie- VolleyballUSCAA All-American Second TeamEmily Pritts- Softball (2013)USCAA All-American Honorable MentionRachel Blonski, Meghan Dulaney- Softball (2013)Erin DiSanti- Women’s Basketball