Hope College News

2019 Mar

  1. Athletics

    College team heats up in Florida with 2 no-hitters in 6 days


    Last week, the Hope baseball team had two no-hitters in six days, thanks to freshman left-hander Keaton Hamilton and junior reliever CJ Otteman. Coach Stu Fritz discussed an undefeated spring trip that included two no-hitters during a WHTC interview.

  2. Athletics

    Spring Teams To Be Spotlighted On March 11

    As a thank you to our loyal and supportive fans, Hope College is offering a special $5 lunch at the final H-Club Luncheon of the school year next week.

  3. Athletics

    Francesca Buchanan Selected To Play In WBCA All-Star Game

    Hope College women’s basketball student-athlete Francesca Buchanan has been selected to participate in the inaugural Beyond Sports Women’s Collegiate NCAA Division III All-Star Game presented by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.

2019 Feb

  1. Athletics

    Tim Schoonveld Named Full-Time Director of Athletics

    Tim Schoonveld, who has served as co-athletic director at Hope College since joining the faculty in 2009, has been named the college’s first full-time director of athletics, with responsibility for all of Hope’s 22 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams.

  2. Athletics

    Jorge Capestany Named PTR Professional of the Year

    Jorge Capestany, manager of the DeWitt Tennis Center and director of the professional tennis management program at Hope College, has earned yet another prominent award for his work in the tennis world. The Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) has named him its 2019 Professional of the Year.

  3. Athletics

    Leave Your Righteous Indignation on the Field

    Christianity Today

    In sports, like ordinary life, we find ourselves in scenarios where people don’t get what they deserve, Chad Carlson, associate professor of kinesiology.

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