Hope College News

2017 Apr

  1. Kirk Brumels Selected for WMU Alumni Honor Academy

    Dr. Kirk Brumels of the Hope College faculty has been selected for induction into the Alumni Honor Academy of the Department of Human Performance and Health Education (HPHE) of Western Michigan University.

    Kirk Brumels Selected for WMU Alumni Honor Academy
  2. NCAA Division III Week Profile: Women’s Tennis Player Nancy Benda

    Nancy Benda humorously and fittingly describes herself on a Instagram profile as a “sauerkraut enthusiast with a peculiar interest in orangutan zoo escape stories. Occasional tennis player.”

    NCAA Division III Week Profile: Women’s Tennis Player Nancy Benda
  3. NCAA Division III Week Profile: Track & Field’s Brandon Wolliston

    On the move most of his childhood, Brandon Wolliston chose to enroll at Hope College, in part, because it appeared to be a place he happily could plant his feet for a few years, rather than just a few months.

    NCAA Division III Week Profile: Track & Field’s Brandon Wolliston
  4. Sydney Jones Breaks Own Strikeout Record With 17 Vs. Adrian

    Sydney Jones struck out a school-record 17 batters in one game as the Hope College softball team defeated visiting Adrian by a 5-1 margin twice on Saturday at Wolters Stadium.

    Sydney Jones Breaks Own Strikeout Record With 17 Vs. Adrian
  5. NCAA Division III Week Profile: Study Abroad Experience Impactful For Three Lacrosse Teammates

    Note: Hope College is celebrating NCAA Division III Week through April 9. Among our scheduled activities, we will highlight the impact Hope College and the Division III academic and athletic balance is making on athletes from five of our 22 athletics teams. Tomorrow, look for a profile of sociology major and track & field athlete Brandon Wolliston.

    NCAA Division III Week Profile: Study Abroad Experience Impactful For Three Lacrosse Teammates
  6. Hope College Celebrates NCAA DIvision III Week

    This week, the Hope College athletics program is celebrating NCAA Division III week. A significant percentage of our students participate in varsity athletics, competing for the love of the game.

    Hope College Celebrates NCAA DIvision III Week

2017 Mar

  1. Nicholas Salomon Named MIAA Men’s Track Athlete Of The Week

    Hope College’s Nicholas Salomon has been chosen the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Outdoor Men’s Track Athlete of the Week for competition between March 20-25.

    Nicholas Salomon Named MIAA Men’s Track Athlete Of The Week
  2. Diver Jean Luc Miralda Places 13th In Nation On 3-Meter Board

    Hope College’s Jean Luc Miralda closed his diving career with a 13th-place finish on the 3-meter board at the NCAA Division III Championship on Saturday in Woodlands, Texas.

    Diver Jean Luc Miralda Places 13th In Nation On 3-Meter Board
  3. How Christians Do March Madness

    Christianity Today

    Chad Carlson, junior varsity basketball coach and kinesiology professor, describes what makes the Hope/Calvin rivalry so special.

    How Christians Do March Madness
  4. Eric Plaehn Chosen As MIAA Baseball Pitcher Of The Week

    Hope College’s Eric Plaehn has been selected the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Baseball Pitcher of the Week for games played March 6-11.

    Eric Plaehn Chosen As MIAA Baseball Pitcher Of The Week
  5. Three Chosen All-Region In Men’s Track & Field

    Three members of the Hope College men’s indoor track & field team have claimed all-region honors from the United States Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association for the 2017 season.

    Three Chosen All-Region In Men’s Track & Field
  6. Five Named All-Region In Women’s Track & Field

    Five members of the Hope College women’s indoor track & field team have earned all-region recognition from the United States Track & Field Cross Country and Track & Field Coaches Association for the 2017 season.

    Five Named All-Region In Women’s Track & Field
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