Moravian College, as an NCAA Division III institution, places the highest priority on the overall quality of the educational and athletic experience.
Moravian College sponsors 20 intercollegiate athletics programs. Men’s teams compete at the varsity level in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, and track and field (indoor and outdoor). Women’s teams compete in basketball, cross country, field hockey, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field (indoor and outdoor), and volleyball.
Moravian began competition in the Landmark Conference, which includes such schools as Drew University, Elizabethtown College, Goucher College, Juniata College, Susquehanna University, The Catholic University of America and The University of Scranton, in all sports other than football.
The Greyhound football squad became a member of the Centennial Conference with football-playing members Dickinson College, Franklin & Marshall College, Gettysburg College, Johns Hopkins University, Juniata College, McDaniel College, Muhlenberg College, Susquehanna University and Ursinus College back in 2007.
During the 2016-17 school year, Moravian teams won four Landmark Conference championships with 15 teams reaching post-season play. In addition, five student-athletes earned All-America status including one national champion in women's outdoor track & field.
Approximately one-quarter of Moravian’s student body participates in intercollegiate athletics every year, and many more compete in club sports and intramurals. Moravian’s student-athletes excel academically. The College has had 47 College Sports Information Director's of America Academic All-Americans including three in 2016-17, while more than 100 student-athletes earn spots on the conference All-Academic Honor Rolls yearly.
A Division III institution, Moravian has excellent athletics facilities including the venerable Johnston Hall, Breidegam Fieldhouse, and the Moravian College Steel Athletics complex with Sportexe Turf on Rocco Calvo Field and an eight-lane, Olympic-quality Mondo track, both installed in 2005. Moravian underwent a multimillion dollar project that included a state of the art fitness center extending from the Breidegam Fieldhouse that opened in January 2012 and the conversion of the HUB Quad from natural grass to the turf John Makuvek Field in the summer of 2016.
Moravian College is part of the NCAA's CHAMPS/Life Skills Program. The program was created to support the student development initiatives and to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience within the college setting.