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Fairleigh Dickinson Knights

Fairleigh Dickinson Knights
Logo
University Fairleigh Dickinson University
Conference Northeast Conference
NCAA Division I
Athletic director David Langford
Location Teaneck, NJ
Varsity teams 17
Basketball arena Rothman Center
Baseball stadium Naimoli Family Baseball Complex
Mascot Nitro
Nickname Knights
Colors
     Burgundy       Blue
Website .comfduknights

The Fairleigh Dickinson Knights refer to the 17 sports teams representing Fairleigh Dickinson University's Metropolitan campus in Teaneck & Hackensack, New Jersey. Fairleigh Dickinson University or (FDU) offers a variety of sports on the Division I level. The Women's Bowling Team has won two national titles in 2006 & 2010 respectively. The men's basketball team has reached the NCAA Tournament four times in the history of the program (1985, 1988, 1998, & 2005). The Knights compete in the NCAA Division I and are members of the Northeast Conference.[1]

Teams

Men Women
Baseball Basketball
Basketball Bowling
Cross Country Cross Country
Golf Fencing
Soccer Soccer
Tennis Softball
Track Tennis
Track
Volleyball

References

  1. ^ http://www.northeastconference.org/

External links

  • Official website
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