It was a very good year for Bryant University, and it just got better.
Only five years removed from the NCAA Division II ranks, Bryant sent six of its teams to NCAA Championship play during the 2013-14 academic calendar and captured the NEC Commissioner’s Cup as a result.
The Brenda Weare Cup, a symbol of broad-based athletic excellence within the Northeast Conference, isn’t the lone prestigious honor the University has received lately.
Here’s what writer Madison Mills said about the Rhode Island-based institution and its business program…
A delighted Ronald Machtley, Bryant University’s President, took to Twitter to share the good news…
Sometimes when you least expect exciting news, it arrives like the USA Today ranking of Bryant in the top 10 business schools. Just Wow!
— Ronald Machtley (@BryantUprez) July 4, 2014
— Noreen Morris (@NECcommish) July 3, 2014
Even more reason to love Bryant http://t.co/tnDN6Lzcp7
— Casey (@CRyanConroy) July 3, 2014
Bryant is now ranked in the top 10 business schools in the country #BulldogNation 🐶
— Vivian Tejada (@ViviWaves) July 3, 2014