Athletics

 

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The Cleary University Cougars currently compete in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA). The athletic department seeks to recruit, retain, and graduate young women and men and help them to successfully apply the leadership, teamwork, and discipline of their sport to successful business careers.

 

Cleary University fields varsity teams in men's and women's golf, cross country and soccer. Baseball, softball and lacrosse are scheduled to begin in 2014-coaches are recruiting now!

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If you would like to contact Karl Kling, Athletic Director, please email kkling@cleary.edu.

Latest Athletic News

  • Posted April 24, 2014

    Cleary University’s Tony Grams receives academic honor

    HOWELL – Cleary University’s Tony Grams, a senior from Fenton, has been recognized for academic achievement by the United States Collegiate Athletics Association.

    Grams, a business entrepreneurship major at Cleary, had a 3.9 grade point average while playing midfielder for the Cougars.

    "Tony is one of our hardest working players on and off of the field,” said Greeley. “He gives 100% in practices and 100% in games. The fact that he was able to achieve his National All Academic distinction is proof that he also gives 100% in the classroom. This is the kind of young man that employers are looking for and we are proud of his selection for this honor."

  • Posted April 24, 2014

    Cleary University signs Clio’s Stauffer to women’s soccer team

    HOWELL – Valerie Stauffer, a senior from Clio High School, has signed a letter of intent to play women’s soccer for Cleary University.

    “Valerie is a physically strong player that currently plays club soccer with boys,” said Bri Clodgio, women’s soccer coach for Cleary University. “She is aggressive and fearless. I feel that her physical play will push my current roster of girls to be ever hungrier for the ball. I love Valerie's mental capacity as well. She is a very smart player.”

    Stauffer, a midfielder, is a three-year varsity starter at Clio, but decided to forgo her senior year on the girl’s high school team to play on an 18u boys travel team this season. Stauffer was a scholar-athlete for three years and is a member of the National Honor Society. She also was very active in student congress and the yearbook staff.

  • Mark Auxter
    Posted April 24, 2014

    Cleary University bowling teams ready to roll with Auxter as coach

    HOWELL – Cleary University has added bowling to the growing list of sports in its athletic program and has named Mark Auxter as the first head coach for both the men’s and women’s team.

    "Bowling is a very popular sport that is quickly becoming a prominent college sport,” said Karl Kling, Cleary University athletic director. “We felt that we could immediate success with this sport if we selected the right coach and we feel we found that coach."

    Auxter has been the assistant women’s bowling coach at Brighton High School for the past four years. During that time he has helped the team qualify for state twice and a regional championship in 2011.

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The Athletic Department seeks to recruit, retain, and graduate young women and men and help them to successfully apply the leadership, teamwork, and discipline of their sport to successful business careers.