Transylvania University’s women’s golf team recorded the fourth-highest team grade-point average across all teams in NCAA Division III women’s golf in 2018-19.
Bailee Stevens ’19 received the 2019 Lexington Clinic Sports Medicine Athlete of the Year award.
Transylvania finished 49th in the standings, delivering the highest standing of any Division III institution in Kentucky as well as in the 10-team Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.
Transylvania University’s Athletics Department will celebrate its annual end-of-year banquet – The Rafys – this Sunday, May 19.
With the new partnership, Top Seed Tennis Club will now serve as the exclusive home venue for all Transylvania tennis matches over the next three seasons.
The Transylvania cheer team set a new program record in their fifth-straight appearance at the 2019 National Cheerleaders Association Collegiate National Championships this past weekend Daytona Beach, Florida.
Over the 2019 D3 Week at Transylvania, TransySports.com is highlighting the experiences of our faculty and staff with past collegiate playing careers at the Division III level, as well as those of current Pioneer student-athletes. Today, we gain insight from softball infielder Brittany Mumford, who has been part of the most successful generation of Pioneer…
Transylvania volleyball junior Jordan Horne is the 2018 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year.
During D3 Week 2019, TransySports.com talks faculty members of Transylvania who spent their college years as NCAA Division III student-athletes
Transylvania University recently received an NCAA Division III Diversity Spotlight Initiative award.