Sports Stories

Football on TV
The UD football team will be showcased on live television three times this season as part of the Colonial Athletic Association package.
Softball coach
John Seneca, who has served on the UD softball coaching staff for four years and as interim head coach since April, has been named head coach of the Blue Hens.
Golf win
UD alumnus Kevin McLister has earned his first professional golf victory, capturing the Mimosa Hills Open on the eGolf Gateway Tour.
Women's golf
The UD women's golf team has announced its fall schedule, which includes the University of Delaware Invitational to be held Oct. 24-25 in Rehoboth Beach.
Volleyball schedule
The UD volleyball team has announced the 2015 schedule, which includes 12 home matches.
NFL players visit
The NFL's Mike Adams and Gino Gradkowski, both Blue Hens, visited the Delaware Youth Football Camp at Delaware Stadium.
Field hockey
The defending CAA champion UD field hockey team has announced a challenging 2015 schedule, which will include 10 home games.
All-CAA track
Seven UD athletes have been honored by the Colonial Athletic Association through selection to the women's track and field all-conference team.
Men's soccer
The UD men's soccer team has announced its 2015 schedule, which includes nine home matches and a trip to face national power the University of Maryland in College Park.
Women's soccer
The UD women's soccer team has announced its 2015 schedule, which will include a trip to Charlottesville to compete in the University of Virginia Tournament.
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UD team hopes to combine solar, wind and fuel cells

The News Journal, June 29, 2015

A feasibility study on combining renewable energy sources to provide power is being led by UD's Babatunde A. Ogunnaike, dean of the College of Engineering, and Ajay Prasad, director of the Center for Fuel Cell Research.

Your lawn could improve (or pollute) our water

WHYY, June 19, 2015

Sue Barton, associate professor of plant and soil sciences, is quoted in a story about how a golf course-like lawn might not be the best choice for your property. "It just doesn't need to be the default vegetation in a landscape," she said.

The evolution of Birthzilla: Why women want a crowd in the delivery room

Philadelphia Magazine, June 17, 2015

Karen Rosenberg, professor of anthopology, is featured in an article about the evolution of human birth and birthing rituals. "The ability to have and transmit culture — kinship, ritual, language — is part of our adaptation," she said.


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