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Our program of Intercollegiate Athletics is instrumental in educating participants and other students in moral and ethical values inherent in the program. Here, the role of an athlete is that of working cooperatively with members of his or her respective team, faculty, staff and fellow students, providing leadership on and off campus. But our most outstanding accomplishment is our athletic graduation rate of 81%.

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The first step is to get admitted as a student. Next, you are welcome to try out to any of our teams.

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// Awards and Stats

Powerful players continue to elevate the legacy of Rust College throughout their respective divisions. We are home of the 1984 NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Champions.

Kwahmere Gredic is currently ranked as the 7th player in the nation for mosts assists. He is a Philadelphia, PA native and is a senior majoring in Childcare management. 

Jessica Brown is this year’s Lady Bearcats Basketball MVP and Larry Veasley is the Bearcats’ Basketball MVP. Jonathan Tate-Belson has been awarded the Men’s Volleyball MVP while Aurby Burdine is this year’s Baseball MVP.

The Kenzell Lawson Hustle Awards is named after longtime coach, athletic director and health and physical education instructor Kenzell Lawson. This year’s recipients were Kala Q. Williams and O’Darius Q. Love, for their outstanding dedication to Rust College and Bearcats sports.

Students Daisy Ogila (GPA 3.992) and Deborah Johnson (GPA 3.824) made the top of the President’s List followed by 34 student athletes who were recognized for their academic achievements. Louis Brown (Bearcats Volleyball) was awarded Male Student of the Year by Rust College’s president, Dr. David Beckley.  

 

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July 8, 2015

Athletics     Rust College     11 Comments

Why you should be a Bearcat

Rust College’s Program of Intercollegiate Athletics is instrumental in educating participants and other students in moral and ethical values inherent in the program. As such, we do all within our power to assist our student...

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