Adelphi University competes in NCAA Division II.

Adelphi University is a member of the Northeast-10 Conference.

The most convenient entrance to utilize when traveling to the Center for Recreation and Sports is the eastern-most entrance, located on South Avenue.

When traveling to the baseball and softball fields, you should use the Cambridge Avenue entrance and follow the road north toward the residence halls. The baseball field is located in the middle of Chapman Hall, Linen Hall and Eddy Hall, while the softball field is located behind Residence Hall A.

The recreation locker rooms are located on the basement floor of the Center for Recreation and Sports.

The athletics training room is located on the main floor of the Center for Recreation and Sports, adjacent to Motamed Field.

The athletics training room is a space dedicated solely to the student-athletes on campus.

The best way to contact a coach for athletic team recruiting purposes is to find their contact information on Athletics staff directory and contact them via email or phone.

The Campbell Lounges are located on the second floor of the Center for Recreation and Sports.

The athletic offices are located on the second floor of the Center for Recreation and Sports.

Adelphi students and the campus community need to utilize their campus ID to enter the mezzanine and basement floors of the Center for Recreation and Sports (CRS), which features the workout gym and basketball gym, respectively. You do not, however, need your campus ID to enter the main floor or second floor of the CRS building.

There are two good options located within the Center for Recreation and Sports. Legends Café serves breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday, while #CheesePlease serves breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the week, as well as during athletic competitions for fans in attendance.

The Adelphi University Department of Athletics charges admission to all home men’s and women’s basketball games. Tickets are also sold for postseason contests in various sports. Admission to all other athletic contests on campus are free of charge, unless otherwise posted.

For fans wishing to watch online, the majority of home events are streamed live via NE10 NOW, a conference-wide digital streaming platform.

Information about special events and fundraising opportunities can be accessed on the athletics department’s website. The department hosts several key events annually, including the Fall Cocktail Reception and the Ficke Panther Golf Classic. Alumni are welcomed back yearly for major games in their respective sports. In addition, all Adelphi patrons are encouraged to attend Adelphi’s annual Spirit Weekend, which has something for everyone.

The Panther Club is Adelphi University’s official organization dedicated to the support of the athletics department. It is an avenue for Adelphi alumni, parents and friends to support our student-athletes on the fields of play, in the community and in the classroom. By joining the Panther Club, you are contributing to the success of our more than 375 student-athletes. For more information on becoming a Panther Club member, please contact Associate Athletic Director/Director of External Relations Emily Dorko at 516.877.4293 or via email at edorko@adelphi.edu.

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