Being a Red Devil means being part of a community whose members support one another and cheer for the winners and the underdogs. 

It means being fiercely loyal to your teammates, your classmates, your coaches, your professors, your school. It means having a sense of determination, confidence and fervor, in the game and in the classroom. It means forging your own path as you leave the limestone walls and make your mark on the wider world. 

Red Devils are scholars, leaders, friends, champions, inspirations, trailblazers.


Varsity Athletics

Image of Brian CannonOur 23 (soon to be 25) varsity teams are top Division III competitors in the prestigious Centennial Conference (CC). Our experienced and award-winning coaching staff is focused on providing athletes with individualized attention, and our Red Devil athletes are in passionate pursuit of academic and athletic excellence and proudly pledge to “always wear the red.”


Scholar Athletes

Image of Belma MekicAt Dickinson, academics and athletics are mutually supportive. Students who embrace intellectual rigor tend to play better on the field—it’s all part of a balanced education. More than 45 percent of student athletes in the class of 2013 studied off campus and 199 athletes have been named All American. 

The rewards of athletics participation are immediate and enduring, enhancing skills in leadership, civility, discipline, teamwork and perseverance. Dickinson’s athletes aspire to perform at the highest levels. In turn, the college has committed significant resources to athletics programs, creating an atmosphere that values the pursuit of excellence on and off the field.