New at the Abbey…
The March For Life 2017
Abbey Players Open Another Curtain: The Woman In Black
Running for over 26 years in London’s West End, the late Stephen Mallatratt’s ingenious stage adaptation of Susan Hill’s suspenseful novel is a thrill-seeker’s paradise! A play within a play, The Woman in Black follows retired solicitor Arthur Kipps as he hires an actor to help him tell the story of a series of troubling events from his younger years, in a bid to put the memories to bed once and for all. Though first skeptical of the actor’s methods, Kipps eventually embraces his part and launches a series of past recollections. The audience is soon gripped by the powerful storytelling that subtly builds an underlying tension ripe for piercing with sporadic and spine-tingling appearances from the cast of characters.
The time-honored tradition continues on strong! Every Friday, rain or shine, students meet in the quad to play a game or two of Ulitmate Frisbee!
Feel free to join in next time you’re on campus, who knows Brother James might be playing that day! #AbbeyLifeIsGood
New in Academics…
We’re so overjoyed to see our students do well!
Introducing the Belmont Abbey College Lateral Entry Alternative Program (LEAP)
Lateral entry allows qualified individuals to obtain a teaching position in North Carolina and begin teaching right away, while acquiring a professional educator’s license as they teach. The path from lateral entry to full licensure can take as long as 3 years to complete through a menu of state-required classes at a variety of colleges. The Abbey LEAP pathway requires only 6 college classes completed during your first year of teaching! Or you may enter and complete LEAP while you apply for a position, or even while you’re just beginning to consider if the teaching profession is right for you.
New in Athletics…
Our Spring sports are all kicking off including Baseball! Feeling so blessed to have the new lights! Here’s a few from one of the first home games of the season! #RaiseTheRed
Ben Ferguson scored 21 points, 15 from three-point range, and hit two clutch free throws with three seconds remaining, lifting Belmont Abbey to a key 78-73 men’s basketball victory over Lees-McRae Friday night at the Wheeler Center. Four other players topped double figures as the Crusaders (9-10, 5-6) equaled their win total from all of last season just over halfway through the conference schedule.
The Belmont Abbey Women’s Indoor Track & Field team competed at the UNCG Duals in Winston-Salem. In the dual structure of the meet, each team’s score was compared to the scores of every other school in its Division.
The Belmont Abbey Men’s Indoor Track & Field team competed at the UNCG Duals in Winston-Salem. In the dual structure of the meet, each team’s score was compared to the scores of every other school in its Division.
Deion Lane tallied a team-season-best 28 points and grabbed seven rebounds, but a second-half surge propelled King to an 88-81 men’s basketball victory over Belmont Abbey Saturday afternoon at the Wheeler Center. Lane connected on 13 of his 21 attempts from the field, including two of four from three-point range.
Deion Lane just missed a triple-double, settling for his fourth double-double of the year, but Belmont Abbey fell just short of upsetting Pfeiffer, 110-101, Wednesday night in Conference Carolinas men’s basketball action. Lane finished with career-highs in points with 32 and rebounds with 15, while adding seven assists.
The Belmont Abbey women’s basketball squad won a 64-52 contest over Pfeiffer this evening in the Wheeler Center. The victory puts the Crusaders at 10-14 on the year with a 8-11 conference mark. Pfeiffer moves to 8-15 on the year and 6-13 against Conference Carolinas opponents.
Junior Nick Stafford shot even-par 71 Tuesday to maintain his lead and claim medalist honors at the 2017 Spring Kickoff Intercollegiate Golf Tournament. The Belmont native posted a 54-hole score of 208 (73-64-71), four strokes better than Palm Beach Atlantic’s Siyan David Liu. Click here for the full story!
Robert Nixon had 10 kills and Gavin Schaffer added eight kills and three aces, but Belmont Abbey dropped a hard-fought 3-1 decision (25-23, 25-15, 25-27, 25-17) decision at Limestone in men’s volleyball action Tuesday night. Click here for the full story!