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There's definitely a 'reach higher' attitude in our approach to SFU athletics and one that is unique to NCAA Division I athletic programs.

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     We compete to win - however we expect our student athletes to develop academically, athletically and spiritually.  Saint Francis University is well known for its excellence in the field of competition and in the classroom!

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    Saint Francis University Red Flash athletics strives for excellence in competition and we promote the principles of good sportsmanship and ethical conduct. As an institution we know that being a part of a competitive program can add to a student’s collegiate experience and we work to maintain total student athlete development while focusing on student athlete welfare.

    Divison I Men's Sports

    Division I Men's Sports

    • Basketball 
    • Cross Country 
    • Football 
    • Golf 
    • Soccer 
    • Tennis 
    • Track & Field 
    • Volleyball

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    Division I Women's Sports

    Division I Women's Sports

    • Basketball  
    • Bowling 
    • Cross Country 
    • Field Hockey 
    • Golf 
    • Lacrosse 
    • Soccer 
    • Softball 
    • Swimming 
    • Tennis 
    • Track & Field 
    • Volleyball
    • Water Polo

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    Athletic Facilities

    We are continually upgrading facilities for our Division 1 women's and men's sports teams, creating a community both on-field and off-field for our athletes.  

    About Our Facilities

    Club Sports

    Our club sport teams include:

    • Baseball 
    • Fishing
    • Golf
    • Ice Hockey
    • Rugby
    • Soccer
    • Table Tennis
    • Ultimate Frisbee
    • Weight-Lifting
    • Wrestling
    • And more clubs are set to launch this year!  
    Learn more about Club Sports.         
    Cheer and Dance

    Our members attend all home football games, men's and women's basketball games and various other campus and community events. In addition to supporting our athletic teams here at SFU, the Red Flash cheerleaders compete at the NCA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Nationals in Daytona, Florida each year. 

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    Marching & Pep Bands

    The Saint Francis University Bands are another of the long-standing traditions of Red Flash athletics, and has become an essential part of the athletics experience here at Saint Francis. From kickoff to tip-off, the SFU marching and pep bands are always there to rally the fans and players alike to victory!

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      SFU Alum and etiquette consultant Pat Cataldo dined with students while teaching them what it means to be professional, both in and out of the office. 

      Etiquette tips everyone should know

    • Jose Medina Spotlight profile

      Eyeing the Goal

      Jose Pablo Medina came to Saint Francis University from Mexico City, Mexico to play Division I Soccer and now is on the cusp of leaving it as a young investment banker executive with Bank of America – Merrill Lynch. 

      Jose Medina Profile

    • ATH_ButlerIronman_Spotlight

      Tragedy to Triumph

      Her mother was riding her bike when she was struck from behind by a drunk driver, killing her instantly. Alumna and doctoral student Paige Butler is turning the tragedy into a triumph, hoping no one has to go through the kind of pain and loss she has been through. 

      Read more about Paige's triumph

    • Becoming that Someone

      Inspiring students to "become that someone," Rick Yarosh shared his story. Injured by an IED in Iraq on Sept. 1, 2006, over 60% of Yarosh's body was burned.  His right leg was amputated below the knee, and he lost both ears, part of his nose, multiple fingers and most of the function in both hands. What he gained, though, is truly inspiring. 

      Read about the "Become That Someone" Speaker Series