W elcome to the University of The Bahamas Athletics, home of the Mingoes!

The athletics programme at UB is relatively new; however, we plan to build a strong programme that will last for many years. Currently, we have six teams: Men & Women’s Track & Field, Men’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Volleyball and Women’s Softball. It is our short-term goal to secure affiliation with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

We aim to provide the best opportunities for our student-athletes competitively, academically and socially during their matriculation through UB. While our goal is to build teams that will compete for national championships, we know that we have a responsibility to ensure our student-athletes are aptly prepared for the game of life! Therefore, it is also our goal to help our young men and women develop into the best people they can be, both as students and as athletes.

Our administrators and coaches are committed to creating a programme of which our student-athletes, alumni, student body, employees and friends can be proud. We are determined to foster institutional pride and spirit through athletics.

Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to seeing you at our games in support of our student-athletes.

Go Mingoes!

AThletic Matter rebroadcast of Off Season: Kendrick Thompson

BioMedical Engineering

Athletic Matter

Episode 1

Episode 2

Episode 3

Episode 4

Kimberley Rolle
Director, University Athletics
Office: Wellness Centre, Oakes Field Campus

Phone: (242) 302-4521
E-mail: kimberley.rolle@ub.edu.bs


Athletics Forms & Policies

Game Update

Game 1

UB MINGOES vs Johnson University Suns

In their first match in almost two years, UB men soccer lost to Johnson University 3-0 to open its 2021/2022 soccer season. Johnson University playing in its 9th game of the season proved to be too much for the young MINGOES squad. The MINGOES put up quite a fight; however, travelling with a team made up mostly of freshmen and sophomores who were engaged in their first intercollegiate match. Despite travelling with only 12 players, the MINGOES hung tough. UB Assistant Coach Harvey Mullings said he was proud of the effort; however, indicated that he’s looking for the team to clean up on some technical and strategic errors as the team gets ready for its second game.