University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis offers a complete college experience, including collegiate athletics. Here are the latest news and stories about our athletics program and talented student athletes.
Junior Tasnim Keddo shares how her education and supportive network at University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis is providing her with a foundation for entrance into medical school.
The newly established esports program at University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis is taking off with the addition of a new head coach, Fernando Paiva, and the completion of a state-of-the-art facility in Jones Hall.
Cassady Reno, P1 student at St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Eutectics Women’s Volleyball player, was the recent winner of the American Midwest Conference (AMC) A.O. Duer Scholarship Award.
This fall, St. Louis College of Pharmacy will welcome another St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete to campus, as Colten Duvall joins the College as a first-year student.
As St. Louis College of Pharmacy prepares to launch its new esports program this fall, it has announced that Aaron Kapiko has joined the Department of Athletics, Fitness and Recreation as the head coach of esports.
The College's Department of Athletics, Fitness and Recreation has announced that it will introduce esports as a varsity sport at the start of the 2020-21 academic year.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy prides itself on its reputation of being a supportive, tight-knit community. On Saturday, Oct. 26, the College welcomed to campus the family and friends of current students for Family Day.
This fall, St. Louis College of Pharmacy is welcoming a 2019 St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete to campus, as incoming freshman Samantha Kasting begins her journey in pharmacy school.
Jill Harter, director of athletics, fitness and recreation, has been named a 2018 Administrator of the Year by Women Leaders in College Sports, a professional membership organization that develops, connects and advances women leaders in intercollegiate athletics.
Peter Hurd, Ph.D., professor of pharmacy administration and department chair of pharmacy administration, was the recent recipient of the American Midwest Conference’s Wally Schwartz Faculty Athletics Representative of the Year Award.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy has earned a Champions of Character Five-Star Institution Award from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) for the 2017-18 season.
The opening of the new Recreation and Student Center (RAS) marks a homecoming for the Eutectics. The RAS provides new facilities for student-athletes including a competition gymnasium, conditioning facilities, a Hall of Fame room and event spaces.
Nearly three years ago, St. Louis College of Pharmacy broke ground on the Academic and Research Building and marked the beginning of a project that would transform the face of the College.
Stephen Allen was named head coach of the Eutectics women’s basketball program on Wednesday, April 5. Director of Athletics Jill Harter shares how Allen’s drive and passion will help develop members of the Women’s Basketball team as they prepare for next season.
The College has named Danny Brown as head coach of the men's basketball program.
Amid the roar of its diesel engine, a crane stretching more than fifty feet in the air slowly lifted one side of a three-story, 20-foot wide slab of concrete. Construction workers in their bright green vests double checked their tool belts, ready to spring into action. They were a part of a major milestone in the construction of the Recreation and Student Center (RAS) on the campus of St. Louis College of Pharmacy.
The omen’s volleyball team was one of 46 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics volleyball teams to be honored by the American Volleyball Coaches Association with the AVCA Team Academic Award for the 2012-13 season.
The College is changing athletic conference affiliation, and the Eutectics will begin competing in the American Midwest Conference (AMC) in the fall of 2014. The 2013-2014 season will be the College’s last in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC).