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    Touchdown! STAC Announces Sprint Football

    St. Thomas Aquinas College became the first in Rockland County to have a Collegiate Football Team. The Spartans were added as the newest member of the Collegiate Sprint Football League and are set to compete in the CSFL starting in fall 2018. Read more
     

  • Lady Spartans Start Off Strong

    The Lady Spartans Basketball team started their season with a four-game winning streak. Join us for an upcoming home game and cheer them on! For more information including schedule and standings, visit stacathletics.com

  • Spartans Join the World of eSports

    Spartan Athletics is introducing a new online gaming eSports program, offering a unique experience for the non-traditional student-athlete.  Next Fall the Spartans will begin competing in League of Legends nationwide. Learn more.

  • We're Looking For a Few Good Fans

    The Spartan Men's Basketball team kicked off their 2017-18 season on Saturday, November 11 against New Haven. The Spartans are coming off a 28-6 season and are the reigning, defending ECC Regular Season and Tournament Champions as well as the NCAA East Regional Champs. Cheer them on! Visit Stacathletics.com. 

  • STAC Announces Women's Triathlon for 2018

    St. Thomas Aquinas College Athletic Director Gerald Oswald announced that the Spartans will add women’s collegiate triathlon as one of its newest NCAA sports.  The NCAA Division II women’s triathlon team will begin competing in the fall of 2018. Read more

Athletics

St. Thomas Aquinas College is home to 18 NCAA DII Men's and Women's teams.  Learn more about all of them, check highlights, see rosters and schedules, follow stories, and stay up-to-date with all things Spartans by visiting our Athletics Website and check out the lastest action shot of our Spartans on the Athletics Flickr site.

Our Spartans and Lady Spartans are members of the East Coast Conference. Student athletes at St. Thomas Aquinas College build determination and sportsmanship, develop critical life skills such as leadership and personal discipline, and make lifelong friendships with likeminded peers. In addition, the emphasis on academics, along with strong faculty support, ensures that you will strike the perfect balance learning both on the field and off, and still have time to socialize and explore your other interests. 

 

Student-athletes are committed to giving back to their community through various service efforts including raising money for the Wounded Warrior Project, participating in walks to fund research for Cystic Fibrosis and Breast Cancer and hosting activities for local children, among many others.