Articles in Athletics
The 6-foot-9 junior, who becomes eligible to play this week for the GCU men’s basketball team, is not your average athlete and has enjoyed his relative anonymity on campus for the past year.
First up is Lincoln Brewster for a concert of Christmas fare, to be followed by Jon Foreman of Switchfoot, Mercy Me and Jeremy Camp.
The best from campus photographer Darryl Webb at the season kickoff for the Antelope men’s and women’s basketball teams.
After a rough early season on the road, Grand Canyon University’s men’s soccer team returns to host the first NCAA Division I men’s soccer game in Arizona history.
The Lady ‘Lopes volleyball team hosts the first-ever Western Athletic Conference home game, in any sport, against the little known Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos at Grand Canyon University Arena.
How much do you enjoy the national anthem? Enough to sit through 85 versions of it? That’s what several judges did in trying to decide on a dozen who will get to sing (or play) before the Antelope men’s basketball games this season. It wasn’t “American Idol,” but most of the tryouts were at least respectable.
Arizona native Efrain Escudero captained Coach R.C. LaHaye’s first wrestling team at GCU, in 2007-08, before going on to a career in mixed martial arts.
The number of Grand Canyon University intramural flag football teams doubled this fall as GCU provides recreation opportunities, including other team sports, to the largest student population in University history.
Grand Canyon University President and CEO Brian Mueller issued the following statement in response to most recent discussion concerning GCU as a Division I member and its status as an investment-based education model.
In light of the recent CBSSports.com report in which Pac-12 CEO’s have questioned the admittance of for-profit schools to NCAA Division I athletics, Grand Canyon University President and CEO Brian Mueller has issued the following statement: