Sit-ups, pull-ups, push-ups, stretches, lifting weights, and running laps.
Tossing a frisbee competitively
at Diane Geppi-Aikens field.
Heading to the 6,000 seat Ridley Athletic Complex
for the big game, decked
out in green & grey.
your safety rope
your own two feet
Finding the courage to perform at McManus Theatre after just one term of dance.
Running with the strength & heart of a Greyhound.
Losing your voice cheering during the Battle of Charles St., a tradition that began in 1939.
ten-page paper after a tough loss... and still giving it your all.
Putting your heart into the game... and into the after-game handshake.
Buying tickets to the big dance...
Painting your face green and grey...
Driving 5 hours to support your
Hearing the shouts of 2,000 fellow students in the Dog Pound at Reitz Arena, and knowing you've got more than just your team behind you.
Pushing yourself to what you
think is the
limit, and then going a
Discovering that the effort was worthwhile, regardless of the final score.
Playing on a team is not just about your experiences on the
field—it's about how your experiences on the field change you.
At Loyola, we believe that a good education strengthens more than just the intellect. It's an idea we call cura personalis—care for the whole person. What it really means is that a Loyola education will strengthen your mind, your body, and your spirit.
You might play on one of our 18 NCAA Division I athletic teams, join a club or intramural sport, go exploring off-campus with an outdoor adventure program, or take advantage of one of our health and fitness programs. No matter which program you participate in, becoming a Greyhound will help you realize your potential, strengthen your talents, and learn to see every new challenge as an opportunity to grow.