Upcoming Athletic Events
Monday, Sept. 15
7:00pm - Men's Soccer hosts SLCC at SLUH
Tuesday, Sept. 16
7:00pm - Volleyball at Columbia
Thursday, Sept. 18
4:00pm - Women's Soccer at LCU
7:00pm - Volleyball at Stephens
Friday, Sept. 19
4:00pm - Men's Soccer at Concordia
Saturday, Sept. 20
8:00am -Women's XC at Missouri Southern Stampede
9:00am - Men's XC at Missouri Southern Stampede
10:00am - Men's & Women's Tennis at Fontbonne
Five Athletes are NAIA Scholar-Athletes
Five STLCOP spring sport athletes have been named NAIA Scholar-Athletes. To be eligible for the award, varsity student-athletes must maintain at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA as a third-year or above.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy Eutectics
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The Athletic Department of St. Louis College of Pharmacy offers a variety of athletic activities designed to meet the interests and needs of students, faculty, and staff.
At the intercollegiate level, student athletes compete in NAIA men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's track and field, women’s volleyball, women's softball, and men's and women's soccer (New Fall 2014).
The College's intramural program and club sports provide an outlet for those looking to engage in competitive sports without a large time commitment.
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The Eutectic women's basketball team will honor fallen teammate and friend Morgan Healy Ciota, class of 2017, by wearing black wristbands printed with a gold "30," Morgan's jersey number, during games for the remainder of the season.
The entire St. Louis College of Pharmacy community has been mourning the loss of Morgan since a tragic accident resulted in her untimely death. Morgan will be remembered for her passion and zest for life, as a kind and compassionate friend, and a hardworking dedicated young woman who impacted so many lives around her. She will be missed by all.
The St. Louis College of Pharmacy community, in coordination with the Ciota family, will hold two events celebrating Morgan’s life. All students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members are invited to attend a candlelight vigil and memorial service as the College remembers Morgan and reflects on what she meant to each of us.
Monday, January 20, 7 p.m.
A candlelight vigil will be held Monday, January 20, at 7 p.m. in Whelpley Auditorium. The College will provide refreshments immediately following the event. The College appreciates the efforts of the Kappa Epsilon fraternity in coordinating this event.
Tuesday, January 21, 12 noon
A memorial service will be held at 12 noon in the Pillbox. Please join the College community as it honors a kind and compassionate friend and young professional. Box lunches will be provided following the service.
Student-Athlete Selected for Leadership Training
One of 14 in the Country
Donated blood helped save Samantha Bryant’s brother. Now she is working on saving more lives. Bryant, a second-year student, basketball, and track and field athlete at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, was one of just 14 student-athletes across the country selected to attend the Red Cross NAIA Collegiate Leadership Program. She’ll travel to the Red Cross national headquarters in Washington, D.C., in June. There, Bryant will take part in coaching, mentoring, and professional leadership training.
For Bryant, the opportunity is a chance to give back.
“It is vital for me to promote the importance of giving blood, after blood transfusions helped save my brother’s life during cancer treatments,” Bryant says. “I’m proud to be working with the Red Cross. It was a big surprise to be selected to attend the leadership program.”
Once her training is complete, she’ll be organizing and promoting blood drives on campus and across the region. Bryant is from Baring, a small community in northeast Missouri.
“This is a big honor for Samantha,” says Athletic Director Jill Harter. “She’s the first Eutectic to be selected for the leadership program. We are very proud of her.”
“In my time at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, I’ve seen how pharmacists positively impact the community,” Bryant says. “I know I’ll come back from this training with a deeper knowledge that will make me and my classmates stronger health care leaders.”