Over a hundred Gladiators participated in the second Pep Rally of this academic year, and what a night it was! Athletics and Student Services departments organized the now-traditional Gladiators Night in honor of the upcoming matches against Rome Tre and the Università Cattolica.Continue reading “100 Gladiators!”
It has been an eventful week for the Gladiators, with four out of six teams participating in matches. The week started on a rough note for the men’s 5vs5 soccer team under coach Franceschi, who played a tough game but couldn’t overcome the Cattolica University, the actual leader of the ranking. However, Wednesday was the day that will go down in history for the fantastic result that the men’s soccer team, under coach Marian, achieved in an away game against Sapienza. They won by a stunning 7-1, the biggest victory in the 16-year history of the Gladiators.Continue reading “Historic Victory for Our Gladiators!”
The tryouts for JCU’s varsity teams have come to a close, and the coaches are thrilled with the level of participation from the student body. With so many talented and dedicated athletes trying out, the selection process was certainly a challenging one.Continue reading “End of Spring 23 Tryouts for JCU Varsity Teams”
Week 4 saw our Gladiators playing different games, facing important challenges. On Monday our Men’s 5on5 Soccer and Basketball teams played respectively against Link Campus in the University of Rome Championship and against Lokomotiv Prenestino in the UISP Tournament. Wednesday was a busy night for both our Men’s Soccer team playing against College Life and Basketball team playing against Unicamillus. On Thursday, our COED Volleyball took the field against Icaro team in the Oroverde Tournament. But let’s see in detail what our Gladiators went through.Continue reading “Week 4: games and challenges”
On Wednesday, November 10th, the JCU Men’s Soccer team fought hard against Università Roma Tre but ultimately lost 0-1. It was a very balanced game until the last minutes when UR3 made the winning goal. Throughout the first half, the Gladiators came very close to scoring but weren’t able to pull through.Continue reading “First official game after a long break!”
What an incredible feat for our JCU Men’s Soccer team last night! An exciting game that saw JCU earn a remarkable 3-4 win over the University of Foro Italico (UFI), the current top team in the Universities of Rome Championship.