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Jeff May Lander University Athletics Director “At Lander, we are focused on building an environment where our student-athletes can thrive and achieve at their highest levels both in the classroom and on the playing fields and courts. We encourage our student-athletes to strike a balance between the requirements of their academic studies and their time spent practicing and competing in their sports. Lander’s athletic programs are very competitive and our teams make regular appearances in conference, regional and national championship play. We are also extremely proud of our Bearcat venues: n Finis Horne Arena is a top-notch facility for our men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams. n Jeff May Complex for Recreation, Wellness and Sports is a state-of-the-art facility for our baseball, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and men’s and women’s soccer teams. We invite you to join us for a game or a match, and you will see why it is great to be a Lander Bearcat.” This is Lander. This is Bearcat Country. NCAA Division II Athletic Teams Men’s Sports n n n n n Baseball Basketball Golf Soccer Tennis Women’s Sports n n n n n n 22 Basketball Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball Although students come to Lander primarily for the quality of our curricula, we are also proud of the caliber of our intercollegiate sports and the scope of our intramural activities. Athletic events are a vital part of campus life whether you are a studentathlete or are cheering for our athletes. You may be playing intramurals, competing with other universities, meeting a friend for a game of racquetball or starting an individual workout routine. Are Lander’s sports teams nationally ranked? Yes! Numerous Bearcat teams are continually ranked in the top 25 in the country, and our teams are highly competitive in the Peach Belt Conference and NCAA Division II. Our men’s tennis team has won 12 national championships, and our men’s golf, soccer and basketball teams, as well as our women’s basketball team, have made recent appearances in regional and national tournaments. Lander student-athletes also perform well in the classroom, and many are listed on the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

Lander Viewbook 2012

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