Supporting Holy Family's Student-Athletes.
A Holy Family University education has a lasting impact on a student’s future success. The Tigers Club helps to provide Holy Family student-athletes with the opportunity to compete at a high level while excelling in the classroom and engaging with the community.
Holy Family’s intercollegiate athletics program is focused on the educational well-being and academic success of its student-athletes. They consistently excel not only on the field of play but in the classroom, and finished the 2016-17 academic year with a cumulative grade point average of 3.17. Over the years, the student-athlete’s overall GPA as a group has exceeded 3.00 and has not dipped below 3.10.
Holy Family student-athletes are building lasting relationships by actively engaging in the community. Through their annual “Build-A-Library” initiative, they collect children’s books and donate them to local schools. They also raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation through an annual bowling event. For the last several years, Holy Family student-athletes have visited the Overbrook School for the Blind to volunteer at its annual “Hoopla 4 Hearts” event, which promotes healthy eating and exercise.
With your support of the Tigers Club, you will be contributing to our student-athletes’ success representing the Blue and White! Offering 14 varsity teams (nine women, five men) reflects Holy Family’s commitment to afford all men and women participants’ equitable opportunity, promote sportsmanship, uphold moral principles and nurture character, integrity and personal responsibility.
Did you know?
- Cross country and track & field standout Taurai Augustin '18 was named the 2016-17 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Augustin sports an impressive GPA of 3.96 in his major of biology/pre-med. He was also recognized as the 2017 Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Men's Track & Field Performer of the Year.
- Former two-sport standout Sienna Smith '17 was named the CACC's nominee for the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year Award, which honors the academic achievements, athletics excellence, community service and leadership of graduating female college athletes. Smith was a standout in both women's soccer and track & field, and owned a perfect 4.0 GPA in her major of biology.
You may support General Athletics or designate your gift to an individual team. There are a variety of ways to give to the Tigers Club, and your gift may even be matched by your or your spouses’ employer. Your support may qualify you for membership in one of Holy Family University’s donor clubs.