Mighty Macs Part of “City of Champions” Mural in Philly
Mar16

Mighty Macs Part of “City of Champions” Mural in Philly

The 1970s Mighty Macs of Immaculata University are part of a new mural being unveiled on Tuesday, March 31, called “Philadelphia, City of Champions.” The Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame has been working with Spike’s Trophies and the Philadelphia Mural Arts program on the mural that depicts the many championship and award-winning Philadelphia athletes and teams. The ribbon-cutting ceremony begins at 11:30 a.m. at Spike’s Trophies....

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Mighty Macs to Receive Hall of Fame Rings
Oct30

Mighty Macs to Receive Hall of Fame Rings

  Immaculata University’s Mighty Macs of 1972, 1973, and 1974, who were recently inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, will be recognized by the Immaculata community and receive their official Hall of Fame rings during half-time of the home-opener game of the women’s basketball team versus Rowan University on Saturday, November 15, at 1:00 p.m.  Also, a commemorative Hall of Fame banner will be unveiled...

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Immaculata Receives 2013-2014 CSAC Academic Award
Oct21

Immaculata Receives 2013-2014 CSAC Academic Award

ASTON, Pa.: The Colonial States Athletic Conference has announced that Immaculata University is the 2013-14 recipient of the CSAC Institutional Academic Excellence Award. The award is given annually to the institution whose student-athletes, while competing in CSAC-sponsored sports, achieve the highest combined grade-point average for that academic year. The Mighty Macs earned the award by achieving a grade point average of 3.289 for...

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Mighty Macs Have Always Been Hall of Famers
Aug06

Mighty Macs Have Always Been Hall of Famers

The story of the Mighty Macs of Immaculata University, the tiny Catholic college with no gym, no scholarships, and an enrollment of less than 800 – nestled in the rolling hills of Chester County, PA, became a Hollywood movie.  BUT, do you really know the story of these Hall of Famers? With or without induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA, these players have always been Hall of Famers in...

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Women’s Basketball HOF Name Mighty Macs “Trailblazers”
Jul24

Women’s Basketball HOF Name Mighty Macs “Trailblazers”

Within one year, the Immaculata University championship Mighty Macs’ teams will have been recognized by three prestigious organizations for their contributions to the game of basketball.  Most recently, the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (WBHOF) in Knoxville, TN announced its 2015 Hall of Fame inductees.  In addition to the Class of 2015, the WBHOF will recognize the 1972-74 Immaculata College Mighty Macs for their contributions to...

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