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Titan Athletics

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Shannon Marchant

on 14 November 2013

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Over 200 Titans Named To Athletic Director's Honor Roll
TITAN ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT
The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics subscribes wholeheartedly to the University's mission and core values as expressed in the Jesuit and Mercy traditions. We emphasize the dignity and uniqueness of each person.

Valuing the diverse population we serve, we commit our full resources to equal access and opportunity for all. We seek to enhance the reputation and image of the University by fostering a sense of pride and community in students, faculty, alumni, and the general public.
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Titan Athletics
In the community
Women's Lacrosse Volunteers Time at Local Soup Kitchen
Detroit Spends An Afternoon Volunteering With COTS
Titans Represented At Annual Detroit Free Press Marathon
Men's Lacrosse In The Midst Of Training, Raising Money For Cancer Research
Responsible for conducting competitive men's and women's athletic programs, the Department is fully committed to impressing upon young student-athletes the values of a college education through attaining a baccalaureate degree.

We exercise the same careful attention to the academic progress of student-athletes as we do to their physical conditioning and mental preparation for a game, maintaining thereby a healthy balance between academics and athletics.

Whether on the playing field or at the study table, our student-athletes learn that character is formed through discipline, that leadership on a team is the best preparation for leadership in the larger moral and civic spheres in which they will live out the greater part of their lives.
Detroit Athletics Mission Statement

Titan Athletics
In the community
Women's Lacrosse Volunteers Time at Local Soup Kitchen
Detroit Spends An Afternoon Volunteering With COTS
Titans Represented At Annual Detroit Free Press Marathon
Men's Lacrosse In The Midst Of Training, Raising Money For Cancer Research
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