Rhode Island: Home of the Bulldog Brawl
It’s not easy to start and run a lacrosse event, especially in the Northeast where there’s a ton of competition on the ground. We attended the Bulldog Brawl in Rhode Island along with several other events run by PrimeTime Lacrosse in 2018, and each time we were blown away.
The team at PrimeTime Lacrosse is led by co-founders Tyler Low and Jason Wellemeyer, both former Babson College players now in their thirties with over a decade of experience under their belts. The company hosts seven lacrosse tournaments in total and several player-only events in the Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Lacrosse All Stars sat down with Tyler Low, co-founder and CSO, to get the lowdown on how PrimeTime Lacrosse works to set its events apart in such a crowded market. Our focus for this interview was the Bulldog Brawl, now entering its third year of existence. The Bulldog Brawl, which fields youth and high school divisions, and several other events are a product of great a partnership between PrimeTime and Bryant University.
Lacrosse All Stars: Dare we ask… what’s so special about hosting a lacrosse event in Rhode Island?
Tyler Low: Aside from its central location to so many top club programs and NCAA lacrosse recruiters, there is no better place to spend a summer weekend than Rhode Island. We schedule our events as efficiently as possible to allow families to take advantage of all that the “Ocean State” has to offer.
Many teams will play in the morning on Saturday and then be at the beach within a half hour of the games ending. Or they can be in Newport within an hour and then be back at their hotel in Providence for a family style Italian meal in the Federal Hill neighborhood afterword. They can even spend the day exploring Boston, which is less than an hour from the tournament venue.
LAS: Why is it called the Bulldog Brawl, exactly?
TL: With Bryant University’s mascot being prevalent all over campus, we knew we had to incorporate the Bulldog into the event name and logo as much as possible. For us the “Brawl” was the perfect word to capture the tough on field competition with local and national clubs.
LAS: Who is the event for and why did you design it that way?
TL: The tournament is for boys lacrosse teams, grades 2 through 12. High School and Youth teams compete at the same venues on the same days at all of our summer events. This allows clubs to truly cultivate a family environment with their players and coaches and not split up their teams and families in different states on the same weekend. We provide an exceptional experience for all of a club’s teams, allowing most clubs to bring their entire program to our events on any given weekend.
Feedback from club coaches also tells us that their youth players love seeing the college recruiters on the sidelines of the high school team’s games and walking around the venue – really allowing the younger guys to see what is possible as a part of the club they play for with hard work and commitment.
The opportunity we provide for a club’s oldest players to spend time with a club’s youngest players around the fields, at the tailgate, and supporting each other on the sideline makes the format a home run for club directors.
LAS: How would you describe the general atmosphere at the Bulldog Brawl?
TL: High energy! Great competition from across North America coming to Rhode Island makes for exciting, high level lacrosse at all ages.
To their credit, the lacrosse clubs we work with at our events are are extremely passionate, competitive club lacrosse programs on the field but also those who understand how important it is for their players and families to have a positive experience with the game of lacrosse.
Our game officials and staff do a great job making sure that the competition on the field doesn’t take away from what should always be a positive experience for our participants.
LAS: What activities can families partake in on Rhode Island while attending?
TL: There is no shortage of fun, off field activities for players and families attending the Bulldog Brawl. Families traveling into Rhode Island from far away often choose to use the weekend and it’s proximity to hundreds of New England colleges within close proximity to Bryant as a chance to see schools they may not otherwise have the time or opportunity to see.
Notable attractions that families have enjoyed while attending the Bulldog Brawl include the Roger Williams Zoo, the many beaches nearby, or seeing Providence or Newport by the several boat tours that depart nearby.
There’s lots to do at the Roger Williams Zoo!
If the timing works out for 2019, be sure to check out WaterFire in Providence, a one of a kind night time art installation featuring over 80 floating bonfires right on the river in downtown Providence.
LAS: Which teams came out on top in 2018, and what were a few highlights from the event?
TL: Champions from 2018 included the New Hampshire Tomahawks, Rhode Island Bulldogs, Cape Cod Kings, Penguins Select Lacrosse, Coyotes, Gorilla, and 4Leaf Lacrosse.
The number of college coaches in attendance was a huge highlight of the 2018 event! Those in attendance included Bryant, UMass-Amherst, Quinnipiac, Fairfield, Hobart, Bates, Western New England, Clarkson, and Springfield among dozens of others Division I, II, and III programs.
Editor’s note: Check out highlights from the 2018 Bulldog Brawl below.
LAS: What are you looking forward to most about the 2019 Bulldog Brawl?
TL: We’ve already added several new programs to the mix this Summer from across North America, and the completions of several renovation projects at Bryant will further enhance the player and family experience.
A brand new video board at the Football stadium will allow us to play event highlights and recognize players and teams throughout the weekend.
Now that we are entering our third year, word has gotten out about the type of talent this event is attracting, and as a result even more college coaches have reached out about how they can come to Rhode Island to recruit at the Bulldog Brawl!
LAS: Where is the best place to stay in Rhode Island while visiting for the tournament?
TL: Smithfield is home to several hotels at all price points, including several well known national chains such as Courtyard Marriott and Hampton Inn. Many visiting teams choose to stay right in downtown Providence – a favorite of visiting teams has been the Omni Providence hotel located right in the heart of the city and not far from the Federal Hill neighborhood featuring some of the best dining in the city.
LAS: Where is the best place to eat in Smithfield, Rhode Island?
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TL: J’s Deli, right around the corner from campus is an AWESOME sandwich spot for families. It’s a place we know the college recruiters attending our event look forward to every time!
Most of the teams traveling in for the event are sure to eat at least one meal in Providence, Rhode Island, which is less than a half hour from campus. Providence is home to some of the country’s best Italian food especially in the historic Federal Hill neighborhood.
Registration is now open for the 2019 Bulldog Brawl. Learn more about PrimeTime Lacrosse now at PrimeTimeLacrosse.com! Special thanks to Tyler Low for taking the time to speak with Lacrosse All Stars.
Penguins at Bulldog Brawl – Penguins Select Lacrosse
The Penguins Select Lacrosse program continued the 2021 summer season with an impressive showing at the Bulldog Brawl tournament on the beautiful campus of Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. The program had six teams competing over the weekend of June 26th-27th and had an overall record of 14-10-1. The Penguins 2027/28 team continued their winning ways and several teams made the playoffs to close out successful tournament.
Penguins 2022 Orange – Jordan Damske
The Penguins 2029/30 team had a excellent weekend going 3-1 overall. The team started the tournament strong with a pair of emphatic wins against the Kings and Coyotes. Sunday would bring on the semi-finals with a rematch against a very strong RI Bulldog team. The first half was all tied up but the Bulldogs pulled away to secure the victory. The team ended Sunday with another energizing win against the Kings.
“I thought the team had a great week of practice and leading up to this tournament I was excited to compete. The team played hard in some intense heat and I was proud of how we battled all weekend. We had a strong effort out of Evan and Bobby in the net. Walter came out with some great face-off wins and DJ paced our offense. Overall I was proud of how the team played and excited to keep progressing this summer.”
Coach Jason Wellemeyer
The Penguins 2027/28 team went 4-1 overall and earned a trip to their second consecutive championship game this summer. During pool play, the team had decisive victories against the Kings, Little Necks, and CT Wolves. They played 2Way North in the semi-finals and would go on to lose to East Bay Lacrosse in the Championship game.
Being able to compete in two championship games this summer has been a positive step forward for our team. Stephen played great in the cage and our defense did an excellent job all weekend. It was a lot of lacrosse in some extreme heat but overall a great tournament for us.
Coach Ian McPhail
Penguins 2022 Blue – Ronan Fahey
The Penguins 2022 Blue team went 2-2 beating CT Rip It and the Oaks LC while losing a very close game to the Clams 6-5. The Penguins 2022 Orange went 3-1 with key victories against Gorilla, CT Rip It and Summit Varsity. The team made it to the semi-finals where they lost to the CT Wolves, who were the eventual tournament runners-up in 2022 bracket. The Penguins 2023 team had a great win against the CT Cougars and dropped a pair of one goal games on Sunday. The Penguins 2024 Orange had a great win against the Houlagans and a good back and forth game against the Oaks LC which resulted in a 3-3 tie.
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Virginia Men’s Lacrosse | NCAA First Round Game Preview
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia Cavaliers (10-4) hosts the Bryant (9-3) Bulldogs on Sunday afternoon in the first round of the 2021 NCAA Tournament at Klöckner Stadium. Faceoff is set for 12 p.m. UVA is ranked No. 5 in this week’s USILA coaches poll and Inside Lacrosse media poll. Bryant is No. 19 in both polls.
UVA, an at-large selection, is the No. 4 national seed. Bryant earned the AQ as champions of the Northeast Conference (NEC).
HOW TO FOLLOW
Live stats will be available at VirginiaSports.com. The game will be televised live on ESPNU. Chris Cotter will call the play-by-play, while Paul Carcaterra will provide analysis. ESPN2 will also simulcast the broadcast on the WatchESPN app, or by logging onto ESPN.com/watch. There will be a live radio broadcast in the Charlottesville area on WINA 1070 AM and 98.9 FM. Luke Neer will provide the play-by-play and Doug Tarring will add analysis.
• Virginia is playing in its 40th NCAA Tournament, which is No. 3 all-time behind Johns Hopkins (47) and Maryland (43).
• UVA has a 53-33 all-time playoff record and is fourth in tournament wins behind Johns Hopkins (71), Syracuse (65) and Maryland (63).
• UVA is No. 14 in the nation in caused turnovers per game (8.85), No. 1 in the nation in opponent clearing percentage (.774) and No. 1 in the nation in ground balls per game (44.00)
• FO Petey LaSalla is No. 5 in the nation with 8.46 ground balls per game and No. 6 in faceoff winning percentage with a 66.9 percent success rate.
• Payton Cormier leads UVA with 36 goals in 13 games. He had 12 goals in UVA’s six games in 2020. Cormier also has at least a hat-trick in 10 of his 19 career games. Cormier is No. 5 in the nation with 36 goals.
• Connor Shellenberger leads the nation’s freshmen with 52 points, which ranks No. 8 in the country overall. Shellenberger is also No. 5 in the nation with 29 assists.
• Kyle Kology is No. 6 in the nation with 19 caused turnovers.
• The Cavaliers and Bulldogs are meeting for the second time in series history and for the first time in the NCAA Tournament.
• UVA beat Bryant in its first-ever DI game in 2009. The Cavaliers beat the Bulldogs, 10-4, at Klöckner Stadium.
• Mike Pressler is in his 15th season as the head coach of Bryant. The Bulldogs are making their fifth NCAA Tournament appearance under Pressler.
• Bryant is led by Logan McGovern and his 42 points on 17 goals and a team-high 25 assists. Bennett Abladian leads the team with 28 goals and is second on the team with 36 points. In only four games, Marc O’Rourke has 20 goals and three assists. Aidan Goltz rounds out the top Bulldog scorers with 15 goals and 17 points.
• Luke Caracciolo is saving 53.9 percent of shots between the pipes and posting a 10.98 goals against average.
In accordance with NCAA Championship event guidelines, face coverings must be worn at all times in Klöckner Stadium, including while you are seated, and social distancing guidelines must be strictly followed. Failure to adhere to these guidelines will be grounds for removal from the venue.
With a win, UVA will advance to the quarterfinals in Hempstead, N.Y., against the winner of Saturday’s game between Georgetown (No. 5 seed) and Syracuse. The quarterfinal matchup will be played at either noon or 2:30 p.m. at James M. Shuart Stadium on the campus of Hofstra University. The quarterfinals will be broadcast on ESPNU.
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PHILADELPHIA â Tied 9-9 late in the third quarter, the third-seeded Bulldogs scored seven of the final eight goals of the game as the top-seeded #18 Saint Joseph’s men’s lacrosse squad fell to Bryant, 16-10, in the Northeast Conference Championship title game on Sweeney Field on Saturday afternoon. … Bryant University. Eight different Sharks scored in the win at Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium. Box Score RECAP. The Official Athletic Site of the Virginia Cavaliers, partner of WMT Digital. The official 2020 Men’s Lacrosse schedule for the Robert Morris University Athletics Colonials L 12-13 (OT) Hide/Show Additional Information For Manhattan College – February 22, 2020 Feb 25 (Tue) 3:00 PM vs The 2021 NCAA Menâs Lacrosse Championship field is set. The Bryant University menâs lacrosse team will take on No. No. Men’s Varsity Teams. The game was an exciting one, as the Bulldogs would play the Sharks evenly. Saint Joseph’s University. 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NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament First Round Preview: (4) Virginia vs Bryant
The 10,000 Foot View
Date and Time: Sunday, 12 PM ET
Location: Klockner Field, Charlottesville, Virginia
Your Guys Anticipation Level: Low
The Nitty-Gritty Numbers
|Adjusted Offensive Eff.||36.2% (7th)||30.3 (26th)|
|Adjusted Defensive Eff.||36.2% (42nd)||26.8% (17th)|
|Adjusted FO%||65.5% (3rd)||59.5% (13th)|
|Clearing Percentage||85.3% (33rd)||88.6% (10th)|
|Ground Balls Per Game||42.86 (2nd)||36.25 (4th)|
The Key Match-Ups
- Virginia’s Offense vs Bryant’s Defense
- As you can see from the numbers above, there is a potential edge for Bryant in the matchup between the Bulldogs offense and the Cavaliers defense. Bryant’s offense is hovering around the Top 25 in offensive efficiency and has scored 70 goals in it’s last four games. They’re 15th in Lacrosse Reference’s Exp. Sh% method, analyzing the quality of shots and chances an offense creates and “adding up the probability that all shots taken would go in with an average shooter and then divide by the total number of shots taken.” This is an offense that creates good opportunities, executes them at a relatively efficient level over the course of the season, and lately at an extremely efficient level. They were near 40% adjusted offensive efficiency in their last two games in the NEC Tournament. The big matchup in this game though is the flip side. Virginia’s offense is one of the best in the country. 7th in Offensive Efficiency. All-Americans littered everywhere from established stars such as Matt Moore (25 G, 29 A, 54 points) and Dox Aitken (15 G, 4 A, 19 points) and breakthrough studs like likely First Team All-American Connor Shellenberger (23 G, 32 A, 55 points.) They’ve developed depth over the course of the season as well, with 10 scorers having 13 points or more. They prefer an isolation dodging approach and while that’s occasionally led them to sputter out vs ACC defenses, against teams where they have a decided talent advantage, they tend to dominate. They will have that against Bryant. But this is a Bryant squad that’s 17th in Adjusted Defensive Efficiency. They’re really good. Are they “stifle an elite ACC offense and pull the upset of the first round good?” That’s the question that must be answered
- In Between The Lines
- Both these teams are absolute animals off the turf. You’ve got to love it, folks. Two Top 5 groundball teams, two Top 15 faceoff teams. It doesn’t get better than this. However one area which is intriguing is in the clearing game. Virginia has not cleared it at a level you’re accustomed to from them, only at 85.3% and 33rd in the country. Bryant meanwhile is sterling, 88.6% and 10th in the land. Lars Tiffany has spoken about working on the Cavs ride over the last few weeks while they’ve had an extended layoff. He thinks it can get back to the standard that it was at when the Cavs won their national title in 2019. It may have to if it’s going to pierce this Bryant clearing game. If it can, then Virginia likely does Virginia things and wreak havoc and stroll. But if it can’t, and the Wahoos clearing game has two or three of the failed clears we’ve seen this year…that could be an area for Bryant to exploit.
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Men’s lacrosse: St. Joe’s bows to Bryant, 16-10, in NEC title game
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/8/21
From Press Release
Tied 9-9 late in the third quarter, the third-seeded Bulldogs scored seven of the final eight goals of the game as the top-seeded #18 Saint Joseph’s men’s lacrosse squad fell to Bryant, 16-10, in the Northeast Conference Championship title game on Sweeney Field on Saturday afternoon.
The Hawks had defeated Bryant, 13-5, in the regular season meeting on April 17 when they won 20 of 22 faceoffs. This time, Bryant won 17 of 30 faceoffs as St. Joe’s standout Zach Cole was neutralized.
For their performances in the two-game postseason tournament, Saint Joseph’s senior midfielder Evan Campbell (3g, 6a), senior attackman Matt Tufano (4g, 4a), and junior close defenseman Logan Blondell (3gb, 3ct) were named to the 2021 NEC Championship All-Tournament Team.
Junior attackman Ryan Doran (3g) and junior midfielder Levi Anderson (1g, 2a) led the Hawks with three points apiece on Saturday. Campbell and junior midfielder Tucker Brown hit the back of the net twice each while senior attackman Matt Tufano (1g, 1a), sophomore attackman Matt Bohmer (1g), and sophomore attackman Mac McLaughlin (Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, 1a) rounded out SJU’s offense.
Sophomore close defenseman Patrick Clemens scrapped for a career-high seven ground balls while, in their final collegiate appearances, graduate student close defenseman Tyler Makar and graduate student long stick midfielder Liam Hare registered a team-high two caused turnovers apiece.
Senior goalkeeper Tucker Almany (9-1) made 11 saves vs. 15 goals allowed in all but 78 seconds in net.
How It Happened
• Saint Joseph’s (9-4) built a 3-1 edge late into the opening quarter as Brown (13:54), Campbell (9:40), and Doran (5:20) put away unassisted scores for the Crimson and Gray. However, Bryant’s Aidan Goltz (:32) and Logan McGovern (:01) put away back-to-back goals in the final moments of the first to tie it up, 3-3.
• Bryant tacked on two more to open the second quarter (14:51, 13:08) before the Hawks closed out the half with three consecutive goals from Anderson (5:56), Brown (3:48, assisted by Anderson), and Doran (2:43) to take a one-goal lead, 6-5, into the halftime break.
• The Bulldogs scored the opening goal of the second half (3Q, 13:06) to tie it up, 6-6, but Campbell (12:11) and Tufano (7:56, assisted by McLaughlin) gave the Crimson and Gray another two-goal advantage halfway through the third.
• Bryant’s Marc O’Rourke then scored back-to-back goals (7:42, 4:19) and assisted on Trevor Weingarten’s second goal of the game (2:22), but Tufano found Doran with 1:06 to play in the third to even out the score once more, 9-9.
• Bryant’s Jacob Alexander won the ensuing face-off (1:06) and scored four seconds later to give the Bulldogs a one-goal edge heading into the fourth, and the visitors ripped off four consecutive goals – three unassisted and one on an EMO – as the 5-0 run put them ahead by five, 14-9, at the 7:45 mark of the fourth.
• Bohmer scored his first of the day on a feed from Anderson with 3:36 remaining in regulation, but Bryant hit the back of the net twice in the final 1:33 to come away with the 16-10.
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Bryant University Private University at Smithfield, Rhode Island. Until August 2004, it was known as Bryant College .  Bryant has two colleges, the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Business.  and accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and AACSB International. 
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Bryant University was founded in 1863 as a subsidiary of the National School that originally taught accounting and business communication and was named after the founders, John Collins Bryant and Henry Bidman Bryant.  This separate school network is now called Bryant and Stratton College. In 1878, the Bryant & Stratton Providence branch was sold to a teacher at the school. Thomas Stowell. Stowell died in 1916 and the school was again sold and merged with the Henry Jacobs Rhode Island Commercial School (founded 1898).  The original classes at Bryant and Stratton College were held in the demolished Butler Exchange in the city center. Providence, at 111 Westminster Street at Kennedy Plaza.Bryant became a non-profit organization in 1949 and offered his first master’s program in 1969. 
From August 1, 1935 to 1971, the Bryant College of Business Administration campus was located on College Hill near Brown University. Originally housed in the South Hall at the corner of Hope Street and Young Orchard Avenue, formally Hope’s Hospital, the college has expanded to include neighboring buildings. The South Hall building was originally the home of the 19th century Sprague industrial family.  When the school moved to Smithfield, it sold Brown University’s Providence campus. The property, 26 buildings on 10 acres of land, became known as Brown’s East Campus.  The former South Hall became home to Brown’s Music Department and is now called the Orvig Music Center.
Entrance to the Smithfield campus of Bryant University.
In October 1967, Earl S. Tupper, a graduate and inventor of Tupperware, donated his 428 hillside acres (1.73 km 2 ) to Bryant College for the creation of a new campus.To thank Tupper for his generous gift, Bryant named the campus after him and awarded him a second degree, an honorary doctorate. in Humane Letters. In 1971, the university moved to a new campus. The famous Bryant Archway has also been relocated. Emin’s old manor and the manor of Captain Joseph Mowry occupied most of the land that makes up the modern Smithfield campus. The land was bought and cultivated for three generations from the end of the 19th century to the middle of the 20th century.Today, many of the descendants of Emin’s early settlers still live near the Bryant campus. The school also claims that several family members are alumni and is offering a scholarship for accounting students as a tribute to the Emin family. Historical photographs of Emin’s estate can still be found in the Alumni House. 
Bryant Archway Traditions
Bryant students have a special way of symbolizing the completion of their education: walking through the archway. The history of the arch dates back to 1875.Isaac Gifford Ladd, collaborator Charles M. Schwab and famous American steel tycoon who built a million dollar building with an iron arch on Young Orchard Avenue on the east side of Providence. This building was supposed to be a sign of his affection for his newlywed wife. 
However, his wife expressed hatred for the building named after her. He took it as a personal refusal, and later Ladd committed suicide. The building remained unoccupied until Thomas Marsden converted it into Hope Hospital, which was part of Bryant College.To provide more space for study, an extension was built and Hope Hospital was renamed South Hall. Four years later, before the school moved from Providence to Smithfield, the wrought-iron arch at the entrance to South Hall was moved to the new campus. 
Today, the arch remains the only physical link to the Providence campus. After the arch was moved from the old campus, students immediately began to avoid passing through this inappropriate structure. It was rumored that walking through the arch before graduation mysteriously jeopardized the chances of graduation.Since this is a rather high price to pay for not following tradition, most students chose not to take risks, which led to worn paths around the arch. This tradition has shaped the behavior of thousands of Bryant University students on the Tupper campus over the past 30 years and has become a centerpiece of Bryant’s legend and mysticism. 
Bryant’s seal represents the university’s educational mission and its worldwide significance. The central symbol is an elliptical globe with feathers on the sides, symbolizing the traditional emblem of business communication.In the center behind the globe is a torch symbolizing freedom, the spirit of free exploration, academic freedom and learning. The arched passage, which forms the backdrop for the globe, torch and feathers, is a landmark of the university, affectionately and superstitiously by Bryant’s alumni. The Latin motto expresses the purpose of the university: “Cognitio. Virtus. Successus “. – What does Knowledge mean. Character. Success. The original motto in Latin remained unchanged and was translated into the current motto of the university: The nature of success. 
Ronald K.Machtley is the eighth president of Bryant University. The President is the College’s Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the success of the college’s mission of delivering excellent academic programs and research. 
Hassenfeld Common and Bryant’s Unistucture & Globe Dome
- Theodore Stowell, 1878-1916
- Henry L. Jacobs, 1916-1961
- E. Gardner Jacobs, 1961-1970
- Schuyler Hosler, 1969-1970
- Harry F.Everts, 1970-1976
- William T. O’Hara, 1976-1989
- William E. Truhart 1989-1996
- The Reverend Ronald C. Machtley 1996 – present
Bryant continued to grow after moving to Smithfield, but from the early 1990s began to face serious problems. Across the country, college enrollment has dropped dramatically, and Bryant is no exception. Applications and interest in the college plummeted and student enrollment dropped to less than 2,000 students.Three of the school’s 16 dormitories were empty; two have been converted for administrative use. Although the campus was clean and well maintained, Bryant’s premises were in need of modernization. In the early part of the decade, Bryant wrote his reports in red ink, and in the worst case scenario, the school had a budget deficit of $ 1.7 million.
Age of Machtley
Ronald K. Machtley, a former Navy captain and US representative, was hired by the President in 1996. When Machtli arrived, he immediately began working with faculty, students, and the Board of Trustees to secure Bryant’s future.He announced an ambitious capital campaign and plans to build new facilities and modernize old ones. Under the Mahtli administration, Bryant built a new library, sports center, communications and information complex, dormitory, interfaith center, modernized all sports grounds and completely renovated the main class building and student union. In 2004, the school also changed its name to Bryant University. Its selectivity has increased, and the days of budget deficits are over.University donations in 2007 totaled $ 171 million, an increase of $ 169 million in just 10 years. 
On Thursday, February 28, 2008, former US President Bill Clinton campaigned at Bryant University in support of Hillary Clinton’s Democratic presidential nomination. It was the first time in the history of the school that a former US president or presidential candidate had come to Bryant University to give a speech.Also in 2008, the 41st President of the United States, George H.W.Bush, delivered his Address for the 2008 Opening Ceremony on May 17, 2008. Bush received an honorary degree from the University. Just three months later between Bryant, two of the three surviving former US presidents came to speak on campus.
George E. Bello Information and Technology Center
This 71,000 square feet (6600 m 2 ) building houses the college library formerly in the Unistructure.
Overlooking the work area inside Bello
The George Bello Information and Technology Center was designed by Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects, a New York-based firm that has received national recognition for the Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL) design for the New York public. Library.
Unistructure is Bryant’s academic center. It currently contains nearly all classrooms, most faculties and administrative offices, and many academic resources.
Michael E. Student Center ’67 and Karen L. Fisher
Facade of Fisher Student Center
Fisher Student Center (until September 2013 known as Bryant Center) offers offices and meeting facilities for a wide range of extracurricular activities, clubs and student organizations. 
Koffler Verizon Communications Facility
Koffler Center Facade
Koffler Technology Center is Bryant’s Computer Center. More than 200 terminals, microcomputers and workstations are located here.The premises offer individual workspaces for hands-on learning and shared workspaces for group projects.
The Koffler Center is also home to university television and radio stations. WJMF occupies most of the main floor, sharing the space with a TV / editing studio.
John H. Chafee International Business Center
The building was named after the late Senator of Rhode Island. John Chafee. The center serves the regional business community and also offers students hands-on opportunities to learn about global business.The Chafee Center is home to the World Trade Center and Rhode Island Export Assistance Center.
The Village Suite is a collection of fourteen dorms, thirteen of which (Charlestown, Richmond, Kilcap, Westerley, Hopkinton, Exeter, Coventry, Squite, Tiverton, Providence, Jamestown, Cumberland and Lincoln), housing 90 students. The last and newest, the seventeenth hall (Newport House), can accommodate about 200 students. Each suite has three double bedrooms, a living room and a bathroom with multiple cabins and showers.There are four suites on each of the four floors, each of which is divided by floor.  
Year One Complex
These three rooms (Warren, Bristol and Barrington) – fully reserved for first year students – are four-story coeducational rooms with north and south wings. 
Ronald K. and Kathy K. Machtley Interfaith Center
The Interfaith Center opened early in the 2009-2010 school year to replace the previous chapel at Bryant Center.Located between the Bryant Center and the George Bello Information and Technology Center, it covers an area of 11,000 square feet (1000 m 2 ) a non-denominational place of worship and reflection for all members of the campus community. The center, designed by Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects, a nationally recognized New York City firm, has won two design awards: the 2010 Honor Design Award from Faith & Form Magazine / Interfaith Forum for Religion and Arts.and Architecture, as well as the Building of America award from Construction Communications magazine for the use of sustainable materials in the center.
On October 9, 2010, the Board of Trustees honored President Ronald C. Machtley and his wife, Cathy S. Machtley, by dedicating an Interfaith Center on their behalf. 
Leonard I. Salmanson
Salmanson Dining Room
The Salmanson Dining Room, located inside the Unistructure, was named after Leonard I. Salmanson in 1973.Until this time, it was said that Salmanson made one donation, which was one of the largest that Bryant had ever received before this time. Bryant awarded Salmanson an honorary doctorate in business administration in 1972, and in 1974 he became Bryant’s trustee. 
Academic Innovation Center
Academic Innovation Center
The Academic Innovation Center is a 50,000 square foot building that houses classrooms, lounges, an innovation forum, a welcome center and a café. 
Bulldog Power and Conditioning Center
The 10,000 square foot Bulldog Training and Training Center is used by students who are members of the First Division of Bulldogs and Club Sports Teams. 
Living at the Bryant Residence guarantees housing for all four years, although off-campus housing is an increasingly popular trend. Bryant also has a strict drug policy that includes the Smithfield Police Department in all cases of abuse.In 2010, Smithfield police succeeded in arresting 34 Bryant students for possession of marijuana.  This placed the school at number 4 on the Daily Beast’s 2011 List of Woozy Colleges. In 2010, the school was ranked 2nd on the list.  The University “unequivocally” rejected the characterization that The Daily Beast’s representations were “baseless” and considered the methodology “grossly flawed.” 
Schools and Programs
Bryant University is divided into two colleges: the College of Business and the College of Arts and Sciences.Each offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Most of the students study in business disciplines.
All Business Administration students must complete one of 27 courses in the humanities. Students of the Bachelor of Arts in International Business program must complete a language course. All students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences also complete a business course. 
Centers and Institutes
- Center for Advanced Applied Analytics 
- John H.Chafee 
- Hassenfeld Institute for Social Leadership 
- Center for Global and Regional Economic Research 
- Center for Software Innovation 
- American China Institute  and Confucius Institute 
- Amica Vocational Education Center 
- Executive Development Center 
- Teaching and Learning Center 
Reputation and Rating
- In 2017, President of Bryant University.Ronald K. Machtley was the highest paid college president in the United States. Mastley, who received $ 6,283,616, received $ 920,000 more than the college’s second-largest president. 
- 9th Best MA University in the North as rated by US News and World Report.
- Tier One MBA Program – CEO Magazine 2016 
View of the Library (George Bello Information and Technology Center) and Arch Gate
Tuition Fees and Financial Aid
Bryant’s tuition fees for the 2016-2017 academic year are $ 40,564.Room rates range from $ 8,790 to $ 11,485 per year. Meal plans range from $ 5,693 to $ 6,185 per year. 
Academic scholarships ranging from $ 5,000 to $ 30,000 per year are available to students, as well as grants and loans. For the 2015-2016 academic year, Bryant has offered over $ 16 million to incoming students.  in institutional grants and fellowships.
Handout Crowd at Bryant University # 25 vs. Bentley College # 2 February 3, 2007(2770 people).
Bryant has 22 intercollegiate athletic programs and is participating in the NCAA Division I as a member of the Northeast Conference. Sports squads are called Bulldogs. In addition, students can compete in a variety of club sports and face-to-face teams throughout the academic year.
The school’s basketball team reached the NCAA Division II Championship Game against Virginia Union in 2005, and not only made it into the NCAA Division II tournament, but also made at least the Sweet Sixteen in the past four years.In 2004, the baseball team reached the Division II World College Series and hosted the Division II World College World Series Regional Championships.
The Football team reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history in 2006, losing in the Regional Championship 31-29. West Chester University. 2006-2007 Was the best season in the short history of the program. The next season (2007-2008) was even more successful for the team. He immediately won the NE-10, starting the season with a streak of seven wins.
Bryant Athletics won the Northeast-10 Conference. Presidents’ Cup in 2004, 2005 and 2007. Bryant lost the Presidents’ Cup by just one point in 2006. Stonehill College.
Sale crowd at Bryant University # 17 vs. West Chester University # 15, November 18, 2006 (5434 people).
Bryant has 11 varsity teams for men and 11 for women: baseball, basketball, off the beaten track, American football, golf, lacrosse, indoor and outdoor athletics, tennis, soccer, and swimming and diving.Women’s teams consist of basketball, off the beaten track, field hockey, lacrosse, indoor and outdoor athletics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, and volleyball. 
Bryant University also offers club-level sports. They offer 20 club-level sports teams, 10 for men and 10 for women. Men’s club sports: bowling, hockey, karate, racquetball, crew, rugby, skiing and snowboarding, frisbee ultimatum, wrestling and volleyball.Women’s club sports include bowling, cheerleading, gymnastics, hockey, karate, ice skating, racquetball, rugby, skiing and snowboarding, and dancing. 
Move to Division I
In the summer of 2007, the university publicly announced the filing to begin the transition to the first division of athletics. At that time, the university was considering four possible conferences to call home after the transition was complete: the Patriotic League, the American East Conference, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, and the North East Conference.On Thursday, October 18, 2007, Bryant announced that he would be joining the Northeast Conference and became a full member in 2012. 
Greek life is developing on the campus of Bryant University, the two oldest branches of which date back to 1944. There are currently four fraternities and four women’s societies. While Bryant does not permit Greek housing, Charlestown House consists of Greek Life only.
More than one hundred recognized student organizations operate on campus. 85 percent of students live on campus, with accommodation options ranging from traditional dorms to suites and townhouse apartments. The university has four fraternities and five sororities, and approximately eleven percent of the students belong to these organizations. A total of 76 percent of students participate in extracurricular programs, and most of them work in internships or cooperatives before graduation.
Head of the Bryant University Business Association, or CEO, has received national recognition for his reputation on and off the Bryant campus. Bryant CEO is hosting Bryant University’s Northeastern Entrepreneurship Conference (BUNEEC, pronounced “to be unique”), which brings together students and faculty from New England. Past speakers have included Steve Forbes, Kevin Harrington, Marquez Ogden, and other entrepreneurs from across the country. “WJMF – Bryant Bit”. www.wjmfradio.com . Retrieved February 26, 2018.
90,720 90,000 Battle of Whitney Avenue
|1||January 8, 2006||New Haven, CT||Yale||4-3|
|2||February 24, 2006 G.||New Haven, CT||Quinnipiac||6-2|
|3||January 13, 2007||New Haven, CT||Quinnipiac||6-2|
|4||2 February 2007||Hamden, CT||Quinnipiac||6-4|
|5||January 12, 2008||New Haven, CT||Quinnipiac||3-0|
|6||February 8, 2008||Hamden, CT||Quinnipiac||5-1|
|7||January 31, 2009||New Haven, CT||Yale||3-0|
|8||February 20, 2009||Hamden, CT||Tie||3–3|
|9||December 4, 2009||New Haven, CT||# 10 Yale||7-4|
|10||February 27, 2010||Hamden, CT||Quinnipiac||4-3|
|11||November 6, 2010||New Haven, CT||# 5 Yale||5-1|
|12||Feb 18, 2011||Hamden, CT||# 3 Yale||6–1|
|13||Jan 6, 2012||New Haven CT||Quinnipiac||2-1|
|14||February 25, 2012||Hamden, CT||Tie||2–2|
|15||February 2, 2013||New Haven, CT||# 2 Quinnipiac||6-2|
|16||February 22, 2013||Hamden, CT||# 1 Quinnipiac||4–1|
|17||March 23, 2013||Atlantic City, NJ||# 1 Quinnipiac||3–0|
|18||April 13, 2013||Pittsburgh, PA||# 15 Yale||4-0|
|19||November 9, 2013||Hamden, CT||Tie||3-3|
|20||February 14, 2014||New Haven, CT||# 4 Quinnipiac||4-0|
|21||March 14, 2014||Hamden, CT||# 6 Quinnipiac||6-2|
|22||March 15, 2014||Hamden, CT||# 6 Quinnipiac3|
|23||January 31, 2015||New Haven, CT||Tie||2–2|
|24||February 20, 2015||Hamden, CT||Tie||2 -2|
|25||December 4, 2015||New Haven, CT||# 2 Quinnipiac||3–0|
|26||February 27, 2016||Hamden, CT||# 1 Quinnipiac -1|
|27||February 4, 2017||New Haven, CT||# 19 Quinnipiac||5-2|
|28||February 24, 2017||Hamden, CT||Quinnipiac||3-2|
|29||November 18, 2017||Hamden, CT||Quinnipiac||3-0|
|30||February 9, 2018||New Haven, CT||Yale||3–2|
|31||March 2, 2018||New Haven, CT||Quinnipiac||5-1|
|32||3 March 2018||New Haven, CT||Quinnipiac||4–1|
|33||February 8, 2019||Hamden, CT||# 4 Quinnipiac||4-0|
|34||March 2, 2019||New Haven, CT||# 5 Quinnipiac||4–1|
|35||February 7, 2020||New Haven, CT||# 16 Quinnipiac||3–2|
|36||February 29, 2020||Hamden, CT||# 17 Quinnipiac||5-0|
|Series: Quinnipiac leads 24-7-5|