The Athletics Complex

October 1, 2011 marked a Rosemont College milestone. Rosemont hosted six separate sporting events that day. All four Rosemont teams (volleyball, women’s tennis and men’s and women’s soccer) won.

Beyond providing a sense of community, athletics plays an important role in the broad development of self, reaffirming a commitment to the educational philosophy of Cornelia Connelly and the Society of the Holy Child Jesus: an education built on "mind, body, and spirit." Through practice and competition, student-athletes build character and develop teamwork and leadership skills, improving their confidence, strength and sportsmanship on and off the field.

The centerpiece of this phase will be a new multi-purpose artificial turf field with new lighting, enhanced spectator seating areas, and improved practice facilities.

2011 Ravens Recap

  • 13 Intercollegiate Division III Teams
  • Two new sports programs were added – men’s lacrosse and women’s soccer
  • Men’s soccer was the first Rosemont team to advance to the postseason since 2005 (after only three seasons of the team’s existence)
  • Women’s soccer completed their inaugural season in 9th place out of 12 teams in the conference
  • The women’s volleyball win over Keystone College (3-2) was the team’s first win over any conference opponent since 1998.
  • Men’s golf team finished 2nd in its inaugural Ravens Invitational Tournament