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ROTC Paves Paths to Future for Students May 28, 2010

Three 2010 graduates of Mount Union College – Brett Baker, Nick Miguel and Bob Dlwgosh – came to college four years ago for similar reasons but are leaving campus on very different paths.

Randall Hunt Named Chair of Mount Union Board of Trustees May 18, 2010

Randall C. Hunt, a director and shareholder in the law firm of Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., L.P.A., has been elected chair of the Mount Union College Board of Trustees. The appointment was made during the Board’s annual spring meeting.

164th Commencement Ceremony Held at Mount Union College May 8, 2010

Robert Mahoney, chairman emeritus of the board of Diebold, Incorporated and a member of the Mount Union Board of Trustees shared with the 455 Mount Union College graduates his own personal thoughts on the important keys to their future success during his Commencement address on Saturday, May 8 at the 164th Commencement ceremony.

Lee Ann Thorn Awarded Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree May 8, 2010

Lee Ann (Johnston’83) Thorn, executive director of Atrium OBGYN Inc. of Canton, OH and chair of the Mount Union Board of Trustees since 2004, was presented with the honorary degree of doctor of humane letters at the 164th Commencement Ceremony at Mount Union College on Saturday, May 8.

Disaster Drill to be Held on Campus May 10 May 3, 2010

Mount Union College and the Alliance Community Hospital, in conjunction with the Alliance Fire Department and the Alliance Police Department, will be conducting a disaster drill on Monday, May 10 between the hours of 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. on the College’s campus.

Mount Union Students Translate Salem Resident's Genealogy Chart Apr 26, 2010

A group of eight students at Mount Union spent a portion of their spring semester translating a Salem resident's genealogy chart that was written in French. Through this service-learning project, the students found that Claudette Swank’s family is related to Céline Dion.

Mount Union Community Raises More Than $38,000 to Build School Overseas Apr 26, 2010

Members of the Mount Union College community, encouraged by a challenge from and in partnership with Jim and Pam Griffith of Canton, are building a school. They have collectively raised more than $38,000 for the Central Asia Institute, an organization dedicated to promoting and supporting community-based education for girls in remote areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Mount Union Alumna Inducted into the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges’ Hall of Excellence Apr 26, 2010

Mount Union College alumna Vanita D. (Bauknight ’63) Oelschlager was inducted into The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges’ (OFIC) Hall of Excellence at an awards ceremony held Wednesday, April 21 at the Columbus Statehouse. The Hall honors alumni of member institutions of the OFIC whose lifetime achievements exemplify the traditions, ideals, strengths and values of private higher education.

Robert Mahoney to Present Commencement Address Apr 21, 2010

Robert W. Mahoney, chairman emeritus of the board of Diebold, Incorporated and a member of the Mount Union Board of Trustees, will present this year’s Commencement address on Saturday, May 8.

Capuzza Named 2010 Mount Union College Great Teacher Apr 20, 2010

Mount Union College has named Canton resident Dr. Jamie Capuzza, professor of communication, as the 2010 Great Teacher. The award was presented Tuesday, April 20 at Mount Union's annual Senior Recognition and Honors Convocation.

Mount Union College Holds Annual Senior Recognition and Honors Convocation Apr 20, 2010

Mount Union College held its annual Senior Recognition and Honors Convocation Tuesday, April 20 honoring graduating seniors and underclass students who have excelled academically, displayed excellent leadership skills and shown dedication to Mount Union and community through outstanding community service initiatives.

Faculty Research Forum to be Held April 21 Apr 14, 2010

Mount Union College will present a Faculty Research Forum on Wednesday, April 21 at 7 p.m. in Rodman Playhouse. Presenting their research will be faculty members Dr. Katherine Pierce, Morgan Cooper, Dr. Lee Gray and Dr. Michael Zwilling.

Mount Union Gospel Choir to Perform April 17 Apr 13, 2010

Inspirational Voices of Praise (IVOP), Mount Union College’s gospel choir will present its annual spring concert on Saturday, April 17 at 6 p.m. in the Dewald Chapel on Mount Union's campus.

Mount Union College to Host Third Annual SCHOLAR Day on April 20 Apr 12, 2010

Mount Union College will be hosting its third annual Student Celebration Honoring Our Latest Academic Research (SCHOLAR) Day, a campus-wide day filled with presentations showcasing the outstanding scholarship of Mount Union students, on Tuesday, April 20 on Mount Union’s campus.

Praise God in the Quad to be held April 14 at Mount Union Apr 10, 2010

Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU) and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) at Mount Union College will host Praise God in the Quad on Wednesday, April 14 at 4:30 p.m. The event will include worship music, speakers, food and drama.

Alliance Symphony Orchestra and Mount Union College to Feature Soloists on April 18 Apr 8, 2010

The Alliance Symphony Orchestra and Mount Union College will present a Solo con Tutti on Sunday, April 18 at 3 p.m. in the Alliance High School Auditorium. The concert will feature solo performances by 2009 Concerto and Aria Competition award recipients cellist Josh Williams of Perry High School, pianist Marina Iwao of Mount Union College and soprano Jean Couchie-Burnquist of Canton

Mount Union to Host 2010 Distance Running Camp Apr 7, 2010

Mount Union will host the 2010 Distance Running Camp July 5 - July 8 on campus in Alliance, Ohio. The featured speaker for the camp will be two-time Olympian and Ohio State University head cross country and track and field coach Robert Gary (pictured right).

Mount Union’s Second Annual Trash to Treasure Sale to Benefit Area United Way Agencies Apr 7, 2010

Mount Union’s second annual move-out day benefit sale and recycling project, “Trash to Treasure: Clean the MUC” will be held Wednesday, May 5 – Thursday, May 6. The project, sponsored by the Student Senate was instituted to empower every student, staff and faculty member to address the issue of waste reduction/recycling, as well as serve the Alliance community.

Mount Union Student Lands Job with Cleveland Indians Apr 7, 2010

Many soon to be graduating seniors are scanning the classified sections of newspapers and calling all of their contacts in hopes of finding a job. One Mount Union senior is ahead of the bleak job market with no worries about what the future has in store. Andy Cottle, a senior sport business major from Seven Hills, OH was recently offered a full-time position with the Cleveland Indians as a season ticket sales associate.

ATO Cuts for Cancer Raises $2,000 for Relay for Life Apr 6, 2010

More than 20 Alpha Tau Omega fraternity brothers participated in “ATO Cuts for Cancer” on Monday, April 5 and are now sporting shaved heads and blonde Mohawks to raise awareness for the American Cancer Society.

Mount Union Investment Team Wins Stock Portfolio Competition Apr 5, 2010

A group of young investors – Mount Union’s Investment Team – have been continuously competing throughout the school year against students from Duquesne University, Hiram College and Ohio Wesleyan University. Students at each institution actively manage various stock portfolios, in hopes of garnering the highest return.

Mount Union Senior Art Exhibit on Display April 5-May 8 Apr 5, 2010

The Senior Culminating Experience (SCE) art exhibit will be on display in the Crandall Art Gallery on Mount Union’s campus from April 5 through May 8. An artists’ reception will be held on Saturday, April 10 from 4-6 p.m.

Indoor Track and Field at OAC Championships Friday and Saturday at Marietta Feb 26, 2010

(MARIETTA, OH)—The Ohio Athletic Conference's best will descend on Marietta College's Dyson Baudo Recreation Center this weekend for the 2010 OAC Men's and Women's Indoor Track and Field Championship. The league's 10 schools will compete in 38 events over a two-day period Feb. 26-27. The top three relay teams and individuals earn All-OAC honors for the 2010 season.

Griffin and Nadeau Score Wins For Men's Track at Mount Union Open Feb 20, 2010

(ALLIANCE, OH)--Mount Union senior Mickey Nadeau (Louisville/Louisville) and junior Ty Griffin (Massillon/Massillon Perry) scored wins 5000 meters and 1000 meters respectively to lead the men's indoor track and field team at the Mount Union Open at the Peterson Fieldhouse in Alliance.

Men's 4x400 Meter Relay Team Sets School Record at Akron Invitational Feb 19, 2010

(AKRON, OH)--The Mount Union men's indoor track 4x400 meter relay team of Korey Smerk (Middleburg Hts/Midpark), Cecil Shorts III (Cleveland/Collinwood), Scott Thomas (Salem/West Branch) and Ty Griffin (Massillon/Massillon Perry) set a school-record and qualified for the NCAA Championships with a time of 3:17.64 at the University of Akron Invite Friday night.

Men's Indoor Track & Field Second at All-Ohio Championships Feb 13, 2010

(WESTERVILLE, OH)--Ty Griffin (Massillon/Massillon Perry) along with the 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams all claimed wins to lead Mount Union's men's indoor track and field team to a second place finish at the 2010 All-Ohio Championships Saturday at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio.

Mount Union Basketball Games and Swim Meet Postponed; Track Meet on as Scheduled Feb 6, 2010

A winter snow storm has forced changes to the Mount Union sports schedules. Today's women's basketball game versus Ohio Northern in Alliance has been postponed to Sunday at 1 pm. The women's basketball alumni game slated for today has been canceled and will NOT be played tomorrow. The men's basketball at Ohio Northern slated for 3 pm today has been postponed to tomorrow at 1 pm in Ada. The swim meet against Westminster (PA) slated for 1 pm today in Alliance has been postponed to tomorrow at 12 pm. The Jim Wuske Indoor Track meet is still on as scheduled. Stay tuned to www.muc.edu/athletics for updates.

Loy Goes Long in Women's Indoor Track and Field Opener Jan 23, 2010

(BEREA, OH)--Mount Union senior Aubrey Loy (Canton/Massillion Jackson) qualified for the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships in the long jump as she won the event with a mark of 18-5 in the season opening B-W Mid January Meet Saturday at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea.

Men's Cross Country 3rd at OAC Championships Oct 31, 2009

(WILMINGTON, OH)--Mount Union's men's cross country team finished third at the Ohio Athletic Conference men's cross country championships at Wilmington College in Wilmington, Ohio.

Men's Cross Country Places Sixth Overall at Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble Oct 17, 2009

(OBERLIN, OH)--In a day of less than desirable weather and racing conditions, Mount Union was still able to put together multiple individual season best performances as well as run well overall as a team. Mount Union placed sixth out of 28 teams this weekend at the Inter-Regional Rumble hosted by Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio.

Men's Cross Country Finishes First at Otterbein Pre-Regional Sep 26, 2009

(WESTERVILLE,OH)-- The Mount Union men's cross country team placed first overall at the Pre-Regional meet hosted by Otterbein College this weekend, placing three runners in the top ten while all ten members of the team broke the 28 minute barrier for the 8K race.

Men's Cross Country Wins Penn State Behrend Invitational Sep 19, 2009

(ERIE, PA)-- The Mount Union College men's cross country team continued their strong season capturing the overall team title in a field of 15 teams at the Penn State Behrend Invitational. Mount placed all 10 of its runners in the top 30 in a race that had 116 finishers.

Mount Union Men Win Ric Sayre Invitational Sep 12, 2009

(NORTH CANTON, OH)--Senior Bryce Basista (North Ridgeville/Elyria Catholic) won the individual title and led the Mount Union College men's cross country team to a first place finish at the Walsh University/Ric Sayre Invitational Saturday in North Canton.

Kevin Lucas Named Head Women's Cross Country and Track and Field Coach at Mount Union Aug 17, 2009

(ALLIANCE, OH)—Mount Union College has named Kevin Lucas head women’s cross country and track and field coach. Lucas spent the last year as head men’s and women’s track and field coach at Salisbury University in Salisbury, MD. This past spring the Sea Gull men’s outdoor track and field team had three All-Americans, a pair of individual national championships and placed fourth in the nation.

Judd Lutz Named to All-Academic Team By USTFCCCA Jul 14, 2009

HIRAM, OHIO — Hiram College graduate and former Terriers baseball player Joe Trela is continuing a drive to collect new and used baseball equipment to be delivered to and used by youngsters in Nicaragua. To view the entire article written by Dale Meggas of the News Sun, please click here. FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College women’s soccer programs enters the 2009 season with a renewed sense of optimism and a strong desire to rebound from what was, in their own evaluation, a 2008 campaign in which they greatly underachieved. The 2009 Terriers’ optimism comes from the vast experience of returning 10 players who [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College men’s soccer team had its best season since 1996 with 13 wins and made its first ever appearance in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament. The Terriers will look for a repeat of their recent success this fall. “We achieved many of our goals last year,” said [...]CLEVELAND, OHIO — The Hiram College football team was picked to finish in a tie for seventh with Oberlin College in the 2009 North Coast Athletic Conference Preaseason Coaches Poll that was released on Wednesday (Aug. 5). Hiram had 30 points to tie with the Yeomen for seventh overall. Defending NCAC [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College football team saw a season of improvement in 2008 and will look to continue that momentum this fall. A year ago, the Terriers posted back-to-back overtime victories to begin the season, including a win against Gallaudet (Wash. D.C.) University that snapped a 26-game losing streak that dated back [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The 2008 season saw the Hiram College volleyball team post its eighth straight season with 15 or more wins and seventh consecutive winning season. This fall, the Terriers will look to continue their run as one of the top programs in the North Coast Athletic Conference and all of [...] HIRAM, OHIO — Hiram College senior football player and defensive lineman Humphrey Caswell (South Euclid/Brush) has been selected to the second-team preseason Division III All-Ohio defensive squad by ohiocollegefootball.com. Last season, Caswell anchored the defensive team that helped Hiram post a 3-7 overall record, snapping a 26-game winless streak, and 2-5 in the North [...]OXFORD, OHIO — Last week, Hiram College Head Swimming and Diving Coach Jack Groselle added a pair of records, including improving his own record in the 200-yard freestyle, at the USA Swimming Sectionals held in Oxford, Ohio. On Monday (July 20), Groselle clocked a 2:05.39 in the men’s 200-yard free to lower his FINA [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College baseball team will host its second annual golf scramble on Saturday, Sept. 19. This year’s outing will be held at the Forest Oaks Golf Course in Southington, Ohio. For more information, please click here. The event will begin at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start followed [...] GEORGETOWN, CAYMAN ISLANDS — Hiram College junior men’s soccer player and goalkeeper Joe Tatum (Georgetown, Cayman Islands/St. George’s School) competed with the Cayman Island National Team against the Jamaican National Team on June 28th. The game was part of Jamaica’s training camp in preparation for the Gold Cup. For a recap of the game by the [...]The project that John Carroll wrestling head coach Kerry Volkmann has long wished for is weeks away from becoming a reality. The John Carroll football program experienced some hardships last season that led to some “firsts” that it did not want to accomplish -- such as a first ever finish outside the top four places in the Ohio Athletic Conference. While the summer of discontent reigns in the land of the Cleveland Indians, not all baseball news coming from the city is bad. In fact, John Carroll baseball head coach Marc Thibeault has three big reasons to be happy about this baseball summer. John Carroll University senior center Joe Micca has been selected as a nominee for the 2009 Allstate American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team for his efforts on the field and in the community. John Carroll University sophomore Alicia Giannell was one of 274 student-athletes named to the 2009 United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association women’s Division III All-Academic Track and Field Team. Laying claim as the first undefeated football team in school history, the 1959 edition of the Blue Streaks has earned induction into the John Carroll University Athletic Hall of Fame. James Steward became John Carroll's 46th Academic All-American and its 14th first team selection by virtue of earning his way onto the 2008-09 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® men's at-large college division squad. John Carroll graduated senior Andrea Kovacs earned one last honor for his swimming career, as she was named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division Women's At-Large Academic All-District IV second team. Ben Adams picked up yet another honors for his 2008-09 season, as he was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV men's at-large college division second team. MARIETTA, Ohio — Marietta College track and field announced the first of three hirings with the addition of Ken Ciolek to the program's coaching staff. NEW ORLEANS, La. — The United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced the Women's Division III All-Academic Track and Field Team Tuesday (July 7), and three Marietta College student-athletes—freshmen Kim Keesler (Chagrin Falls), Corryn Muench (Cold Spring, Ky./Newport Central Catholic) and 2009 graduate Tiffany Kovacevich (Strongsville)—received recognition. (NEW ORLEANS, LA)--Mount Union College junior Judd Lutz (Tiffin/Tiffin Columbian) was named to the National All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

Annie Patton Named to All-Academic Team By USTFCCCA Jul 14, 2009

HIRAM, OHIO — Hiram College graduate and former Terriers baseball player Joe Trela is continuing a drive to collect new and used baseball equipment to be delivered to and used by youngsters in Nicaragua. To view the entire article written by Dale Meggas of the News Sun, please click here. FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College women’s soccer programs enters the 2009 season with a renewed sense of optimism and a strong desire to rebound from what was, in their own evaluation, a 2008 campaign in which they greatly underachieved. The 2009 Terriers’ optimism comes from the vast experience of returning 10 players who [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College men’s soccer team had its best season since 1996 with 13 wins and made its first ever appearance in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament. The Terriers will look for a repeat of their recent success this fall. “We achieved many of our goals last year,” said [...]CLEVELAND, OHIO — The Hiram College football team was picked to finish in a tie for seventh with Oberlin College in the 2009 North Coast Athletic Conference Preaseason Coaches Poll that was released on Wednesday (Aug. 5). Hiram had 30 points to tie with the Yeomen for seventh overall. Defending NCAC [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College football team saw a season of improvement in 2008 and will look to continue that momentum this fall. A year ago, the Terriers posted back-to-back overtime victories to begin the season, including a win against Gallaudet (Wash. D.C.) University that snapped a 26-game losing streak that dated back [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The 2008 season saw the Hiram College volleyball team post its eighth straight season with 15 or more wins and seventh consecutive winning season. This fall, the Terriers will look to continue their run as one of the top programs in the North Coast Athletic Conference and all of [...] HIRAM, OHIO — Hiram College senior football player and defensive lineman Humphrey Caswell (South Euclid/Brush) has been selected to the second-team preseason Division III All-Ohio defensive squad by ohiocollegefootball.com. Last season, Caswell anchored the defensive team that helped Hiram post a 3-7 overall record, snapping a 26-game winless streak, and 2-5 in the North [...]OXFORD, OHIO — Last week, Hiram College Head Swimming and Diving Coach Jack Groselle added a pair of records, including improving his own record in the 200-yard freestyle, at the USA Swimming Sectionals held in Oxford, Ohio. On Monday (July 20), Groselle clocked a 2:05.39 in the men’s 200-yard free to lower his FINA [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College baseball team will host its second annual golf scramble on Saturday, Sept. 19. This year’s outing will be held at the Forest Oaks Golf Course in Southington, Ohio. For more information, please click here. The event will begin at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start followed [...] GEORGETOWN, CAYMAN ISLANDS — Hiram College junior men’s soccer player and goalkeeper Joe Tatum (Georgetown, Cayman Islands/St. George’s School) competed with the Cayman Island National Team against the Jamaican National Team on June 28th. The game was part of Jamaica’s training camp in preparation for the Gold Cup. For a recap of the game by the [...]The project that John Carroll wrestling head coach Kerry Volkmann has long wished for is weeks away from becoming a reality. The John Carroll football program experienced some hardships last season that led to some “firsts” that it did not want to accomplish -- such as a first ever finish outside the top four places in the Ohio Athletic Conference. While the summer of discontent reigns in the land of the Cleveland Indians, not all baseball news coming from the city is bad. In fact, John Carroll baseball head coach Marc Thibeault has three big reasons to be happy about this baseball summer. John Carroll University senior center Joe Micca has been selected as a nominee for the 2009 Allstate American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team for his efforts on the field and in the community. John Carroll University sophomore Alicia Giannell was one of 274 student-athletes named to the 2009 United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association women’s Division III All-Academic Track and Field Team. Laying claim as the first undefeated football team in school history, the 1959 edition of the Blue Streaks has earned induction into the John Carroll University Athletic Hall of Fame. James Steward became John Carroll's 46th Academic All-American and its 14th first team selection by virtue of earning his way onto the 2008-09 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® men's at-large college division squad. John Carroll graduated senior Andrea Kovacs earned one last honor for his swimming career, as she was named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division Women's At-Large Academic All-District IV second team. Ben Adams picked up yet another honors for his 2008-09 season, as he was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV men's at-large college division second team. MARIETTA, Ohio — Marietta College track and field announced the first of three hirings with the addition of Ken Ciolek to the program's coaching staff. NEW ORLEANS, La. — The United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced the Women's Division III All-Academic Track and Field Team Tuesday (July 7), and three Marietta College student-athletes—freshmen Kim Keesler (Chagrin Falls), Corryn Muench (Cold Spring, Ky./Newport Central Catholic) and 2009 graduate Tiffany Kovacevich (Strongsville)—received recognition. (NEW ORLEANS, LA)--Mount Union College junior Judd Lutz (Tiffin/Tiffin Columbian) was named to the National All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.(NEW ORLEANS, LA)--Mount Union College sophomore Annie Patton (Darlington, PA/Blackhawk) was named to the National All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

Annie Patton Named Academic All-District IV Women's Track & Field Jun 11, 2009

HIRAM, OHIO — Hiram College graduate and former Terriers baseball player Joe Trela is continuing a drive to collect new and used baseball equipment to be delivered to and used by youngsters in Nicaragua. To view the entire article written by Dale Meggas of the News Sun, please click here. FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College women’s soccer programs enters the 2009 season with a renewed sense of optimism and a strong desire to rebound from what was, in their own evaluation, a 2008 campaign in which they greatly underachieved. The 2009 Terriers’ optimism comes from the vast experience of returning 10 players who [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College men’s soccer team had its best season since 1996 with 13 wins and made its first ever appearance in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament. The Terriers will look for a repeat of their recent success this fall. “We achieved many of our goals last year,” said [...]CLEVELAND, OHIO — The Hiram College football team was picked to finish in a tie for seventh with Oberlin College in the 2009 North Coast Athletic Conference Preaseason Coaches Poll that was released on Wednesday (Aug. 5). Hiram had 30 points to tie with the Yeomen for seventh overall. Defending NCAC [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College football team saw a season of improvement in 2008 and will look to continue that momentum this fall. A year ago, the Terriers posted back-to-back overtime victories to begin the season, including a win against Gallaudet (Wash. D.C.) University that snapped a 26-game losing streak that dated back [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The 2008 season saw the Hiram College volleyball team post its eighth straight season with 15 or more wins and seventh consecutive winning season. This fall, the Terriers will look to continue their run as one of the top programs in the North Coast Athletic Conference and all of [...] HIRAM, OHIO — Hiram College senior football player and defensive lineman Humphrey Caswell (South Euclid/Brush) has been selected to the second-team preseason Division III All-Ohio defensive squad by ohiocollegefootball.com. Last season, Caswell anchored the defensive team that helped Hiram post a 3-7 overall record, snapping a 26-game winless streak, and 2-5 in the North [...]OXFORD, OHIO — Last week, Hiram College Head Swimming and Diving Coach Jack Groselle added a pair of records, including improving his own record in the 200-yard freestyle, at the USA Swimming Sectionals held in Oxford, Ohio. On Monday (July 20), Groselle clocked a 2:05.39 in the men’s 200-yard free to lower his FINA [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College baseball team will host its second annual golf scramble on Saturday, Sept. 19. This year’s outing will be held at the Forest Oaks Golf Course in Southington, Ohio. For more information, please click here. The event will begin at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start followed [...] GEORGETOWN, CAYMAN ISLANDS — Hiram College junior men’s soccer player and goalkeeper Joe Tatum (Georgetown, Cayman Islands/St. George’s School) competed with the Cayman Island National Team against the Jamaican National Team on June 28th. The game was part of Jamaica’s training camp in preparation for the Gold Cup. For a recap of the game by the [...]The project that John Carroll wrestling head coach Kerry Volkmann has long wished for is weeks away from becoming a reality. The John Carroll football program experienced some hardships last season that led to some “firsts” that it did not want to accomplish -- such as a first ever finish outside the top four places in the Ohio Athletic Conference. While the summer of discontent reigns in the land of the Cleveland Indians, not all baseball news coming from the city is bad. In fact, John Carroll baseball head coach Marc Thibeault has three big reasons to be happy about this baseball summer. John Carroll University senior center Joe Micca has been selected as a nominee for the 2009 Allstate American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team for his efforts on the field and in the community. John Carroll University sophomore Alicia Giannell was one of 274 student-athletes named to the 2009 United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association women’s Division III All-Academic Track and Field Team. Laying claim as the first undefeated football team in school history, the 1959 edition of the Blue Streaks has earned induction into the John Carroll University Athletic Hall of Fame. James Steward became John Carroll's 46th Academic All-American and its 14th first team selection by virtue of earning his way onto the 2008-09 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® men's at-large college division squad. John Carroll graduated senior Andrea Kovacs earned one last honor for his swimming career, as she was named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division Women's At-Large Academic All-District IV second team. Ben Adams picked up yet another honors for his 2008-09 season, as he was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV men's at-large college division second team. MARIETTA, Ohio — Marietta College track and field announced the first of three hirings with the addition of Ken Ciolek to the program's coaching staff. NEW ORLEANS, La. — The United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced the Women's Division III All-Academic Track and Field Team Tuesday (July 7), and three Marietta College student-athletes—freshmen Kim Keesler (Chagrin Falls), Corryn Muench (Cold Spring, Ky./Newport Central Catholic) and 2009 graduate Tiffany Kovacevich (Strongsville)—received recognition. (NEW ORLEANS, LA)--Mount Union College junior Judd Lutz (Tiffin/Tiffin Columbian) was named to the National All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.(NEW ORLEANS, LA)--Mount Union College sophomore Annie Patton (Darlington, PA/Blackhawk) was named to the National All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.(DELAWARE, OH)--Mount Union College sophomore Annie Patton (Darlington, PA/Blackhawk) was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV Women's Track & Field Second Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Aubrey Loy Named OAC Scholar Athlete of the Month Jun 11, 2009

HIRAM, OHIO — Hiram College graduate and former Terriers baseball player Joe Trela is continuing a drive to collect new and used baseball equipment to be delivered to and used by youngsters in Nicaragua. To view the entire article written by Dale Meggas of the News Sun, please click here. FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College women’s soccer programs enters the 2009 season with a renewed sense of optimism and a strong desire to rebound from what was, in their own evaluation, a 2008 campaign in which they greatly underachieved. The 2009 Terriers’ optimism comes from the vast experience of returning 10 players who [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College men’s soccer team had its best season since 1996 with 13 wins and made its first ever appearance in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament. The Terriers will look for a repeat of their recent success this fall. “We achieved many of our goals last year,” said [...]CLEVELAND, OHIO — The Hiram College football team was picked to finish in a tie for seventh with Oberlin College in the 2009 North Coast Athletic Conference Preaseason Coaches Poll that was released on Wednesday (Aug. 5). Hiram had 30 points to tie with the Yeomen for seventh overall. Defending NCAC [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College football team saw a season of improvement in 2008 and will look to continue that momentum this fall. A year ago, the Terriers posted back-to-back overtime victories to begin the season, including a win against Gallaudet (Wash. D.C.) University that snapped a 26-game losing streak that dated back [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The 2008 season saw the Hiram College volleyball team post its eighth straight season with 15 or more wins and seventh consecutive winning season. This fall, the Terriers will look to continue their run as one of the top programs in the North Coast Athletic Conference and all of [...] HIRAM, OHIO — Hiram College senior football player and defensive lineman Humphrey Caswell (South Euclid/Brush) has been selected to the second-team preseason Division III All-Ohio defensive squad by ohiocollegefootball.com. Last season, Caswell anchored the defensive team that helped Hiram post a 3-7 overall record, snapping a 26-game winless streak, and 2-5 in the North [...]OXFORD, OHIO — Last week, Hiram College Head Swimming and Diving Coach Jack Groselle added a pair of records, including improving his own record in the 200-yard freestyle, at the USA Swimming Sectionals held in Oxford, Ohio. On Monday (July 20), Groselle clocked a 2:05.39 in the men’s 200-yard free to lower his FINA [...]HIRAM, OHIO — The Hiram College baseball team will host its second annual golf scramble on Saturday, Sept. 19. This year’s outing will be held at the Forest Oaks Golf Course in Southington, Ohio. For more information, please click here. The event will begin at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start followed [...] GEORGETOWN, CAYMAN ISLANDS — Hiram College junior men’s soccer player and goalkeeper Joe Tatum (Georgetown, Cayman Islands/St. George’s School) competed with the Cayman Island National Team against the Jamaican National Team on June 28th. The game was part of Jamaica’s training camp in preparation for the Gold Cup. For a recap of the game by the [...]The project that John Carroll wrestling head coach Kerry Volkmann has long wished for is weeks away from becoming a reality. The John Carroll football program experienced some hardships last season that led to some “firsts” that it did not want to accomplish -- such as a first ever finish outside the top four places in the Ohio Athletic Conference. While the summer of discontent reigns in the land of the Cleveland Indians, not all baseball news coming from the city is bad. In fact, John Carroll baseball head coach Marc Thibeault has three big reasons to be happy about this baseball summer. John Carroll University senior center Joe Micca has been selected as a nominee for the 2009 Allstate American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team for his efforts on the field and in the community. John Carroll University sophomore Alicia Giannell was one of 274 student-athletes named to the 2009 United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association women’s Division III All-Academic Track and Field Team. Laying claim as the first undefeated football team in school history, the 1959 edition of the Blue Streaks has earned induction into the John Carroll University Athletic Hall of Fame. James Steward became John Carroll's 46th Academic All-American and its 14th first team selection by virtue of earning his way onto the 2008-09 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® men's at-large college division squad. John Carroll graduated senior Andrea Kovacs earned one last honor for his swimming career, as she was named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division Women's At-Large Academic All-District IV second team. Ben Adams picked up yet another honors for his 2008-09 season, as he was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV men's at-large college division second team. MARIETTA, Ohio — Marietta College track and field announced the first of three hirings with the addition of Ken Ciolek to the program's coaching staff. NEW ORLEANS, La. — The United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced the Women's Division III All-Academic Track and Field Team Tuesday (July 7), and three Marietta College student-athletes—freshmen Kim Keesler (Chagrin Falls), Corryn Muench (Cold Spring, Ky./Newport Central Catholic) and 2009 graduate Tiffany Kovacevich (Strongsville)—received recognition. (NEW ORLEANS, LA)--Mount Union College junior Judd Lutz (Tiffin/Tiffin Columbian) was named to the National All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.(NEW ORLEANS, LA)--Mount Union College sophomore Annie Patton (Darlington, PA/Blackhawk) was named to the National All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.(DELAWARE, OH)--Mount Union College sophomore Annie Patton (Darlington, PA/Blackhawk) was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV Women's Track & Field Second Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). (AUSTINTOWN, OH)--Mount Union College junior Aubrey Loy (North Canton/Massillon Jackson) has been named the Ohio Athletic Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Month for June.

NCAA Update - Oct. 28th, Div. I National Rankings, Div. II & III Regional Rankings Oct 28, 2007

NEW ORLEANS – Bolstered by the return of Galen Rupp, Oregon won its second straight Pacific-10 Conference title on Saturday and swept the first-place votes in this week’s Division I men’s cross country poll.Stanford maintained its top national ranking by winning a highly competitive Pacific-10 Conference women’s cross country championship race Saturday in Corvallis, Ore. The top-ranked Cardinal defeated three other teams ranked in the top seven to collect its 12th straight conference title.

USTFCCCA Rankings for Men\'s NCAA Cross Country D1, D2, and D3 Sep 14, 2007

Rankings for all three divisions NCAA Men's Cross Country Wisconsin stakes claim to top spot in Division I Men’s Cross Country pollSouthern Indiana makes wavesin Division II Men's Cross Country pollDefending NCAA Division III champion Calvin tops preseason cross country poll