Rice University recruits student-athletes that are among the very best and brightest in the country. Rice student-athletes achieve at the highest level in the classroom and on the field. Our student athletes are the future leaders in all types of industries and fields of study and represent their teams, themselves and Rice Athletics with responsibility, commitment and pride.
Student-Athlete Development programs prepare these exceptional young adults to become both leaders and strong contributors to society. Our mission is to assist in the transition to life into, during and after Rice. We work in collaboration to foster their success and achievement in all aspects of life.
The Student-Athlete Development program utilizes and integrates a variety of campus-wide and athletics department resources, including athletic development, coaches, trainers, academic coordinators, the Center for Career Development, the Jones Graduate School of Business, the Rice Health and Wellness Center, and a supportive and involved alumni network to best serve our athletes in our focuses of professional development, personal development, community service, and leadership.
Owls Host Dallas Baptist Tuesday Night In Home ...
02/20/2017 - Baseball - The Rice baseball team, ranked as high as No. 21 in the nation, hosts state foe Dallas Baptist in its home-opener on Tuesday (Feb. 21) at Reckling ...
Owls Place Second at C-USA Indoor Championships
02/19/2017 - W. Track - A late charge by the Rice Owls women's track and field team on Sunday was nearly enough to overcome eventual champion UTEP in a dramatic finish at ...
Mike Rhoades Radio Show Continues Tonight from ...
02/20/2017 - M. Basketball - The Mike Rhoades Radio Show continues tonight at 7 p.m. from the Gorgeous Gael Irish Bar (5555 Morningside Drive).
Filip Wins Third C-USA Indoor Heptathlon Title
02/19/2017 - M. Track - Rice junior Scott Filip became the first athlete in Conference USA history to win a third C-USA Indoor Championship heptathlon title, accumulating ...
Fast Start Sparks End to LSU Road Streak
02/19/2017 - M. Tennis - Emanuel Llamas and Jake Hansen provided the early spark and David Warren put an end to any hopes of a rally as the Rice men’s tennis team won...
Ellerbee Named 2016 MVP
02/19/2017 - Football - Rice junior linebacker Emmanuel Ellerbee, who led Conference USA in tackles in his first year as a starter, was named the winner of the 93rd George...
Golf Takes Sixth at All-American Intercollegiate
02/19/2017 - M. Golf - Rice shot a final round 293 to finish two-over par in sixth-place at the spring-opening All-American Intercollegiate, played at the Golf Club of...
Women’s Basketball Wins Fourth Straight, ...
02/18/2017 - W. Basketball - Maya Hawkins scored a season-high 25 points and Nicole Iademarco added a career-high 23 points to help lead the Rice Owls women’s basketball ...
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