Hope College News

2018 Jun

  1. Rocco Mularoni Named Honorable Mention All-Region

    Hope College’s Rocco Mularoni has earned honorable mention all-region honors from the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association for the 2018 season.

    Rocco Mularoni Named Honorable Mention All-Region
  2. Men’s, Women’s Teams Earn Scholar All-America Honors

    The Hope College women’s and men’s swimming & diving teams recorded two of the highest grade point averages in the country en route to claiming Scholar All-America honors for the Spring 2018 semester from the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America.

    Men’s, Women’s Teams Earn Scholar All-America Honors
  3. Body and Soul: The Haley Fischman Story

    Posted by Eva Dean Folkert

    by Eva Dean Folkert There inside an eight-foot, concrete circle with a discus white-knuckle-gripped in her right hand, it was not readily apparent that Hope College’s Haley Fischman ’18 was coping with cancer. The senior student-athlete struck the pose of a skilled thrower ready to propel two pounds of wood and metal and carbon fiber … Continue reading Body and Soul: The Haley Fischman Story

    Body and Soul: The Haley Fischman Story

2018 May

  1. Hope's Gibson earns Jack Nicklaus award

    Holland Sentinel

    Hope College’s Josh Gibson has been named the NCAA Division III recipient of the 2018 Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award.

    Hope's Gibson earns Jack Nicklaus award
  2. Hope's Harrison Blackledge awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

    Mlive

    Harrison Blackledge ’17 has become the 24th Hope College student-athlete to receive an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. Currently attending graduate school at Belmont University in Nashville, Harrison will receive a one-time, non-renewable scholarship of $7,500.

    Hope's Harrison Blackledge awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
  3. Three From Women’s Track & Field Claim All-Region Honors

    Three student-athletes from the Hope College outdoor women’s track & field team have earned all-region accolades from the United States Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association for the 2018 season.

    Three From Women’s Track & Field Claim All-Region Honors
  4. Trio From Men’s Track & Field Named All-Region

    Three student-athletes from the Hope College outdoor men’s track & field team have earned all-region honors from the United States Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association for the 2018 season.

    Trio From Men’s Track & Field Named All-Region
  5. Faith in Freiburg

    Posted by Emily Downs

    Southern Germany, Freiburg included, has been a stronghold of German Catholic Christianity for over 1,700 years, and especially after Charlemagne (742-814 AD) united Germany and France into the Holy Roman Empire under the auspices of the Pope. Even after the Reformation, the south stayed true to the Roman pontiff. In Freiburg, this history has a … Continue reading Faith in Freiburg

    Faith in Freiburg
  6. Three Men’s Golfers Claim All-Region Honors

    Three Hope College men’s golfers have been named NCAA Division III PING All-Great Lakes Region honorees for the 2017-18 season by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

    Three Men’s Golfers Claim All-Region Honors
  7. Two Softball Players Named To NFCA All-Region Teams

    Hope College softball players Hayley Reitsma and Sydney Jones have repeated as National Fastpitch Coaches Association all-region honorees for the 2018 NCAA Division III season.

    Two Softball Players Named To NFCA All-Region Teams
  8. Alexis Thompson: Translative Lessons From Athletics to Career

    Posted by Eva Dean Folkert

    By Eva Dean Folkert Alexis Thompson ‘17 would not quit. It was not even a consideration. Sure, her interview process was arduous — 11 interviews in all for Stryker Corporation, a leader in medical and surgical equipment and supplies — but she was used to hard work, to tenacity, to playing until the final whistle. … Continue reading Alexis Thompson: Translative Lessons From Athletics to Career

    Alexis Thompson: Translative Lessons From Athletics to Career
  9. Baseball Claims No. 3 Seed For MIAA Tournament

    The Hope College baseball team will be the No. 3 seed for this week’s Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Tournament.

    Baseball Claims No. 3 Seed For MIAA Tournament
  10. Women’s Tennis Pair Claims All-MIAA First Team Honors

    Hope College’s Amanda Bandrowski and Claire Hallock spearheaded the Flying Dutch’s repeat as Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association champions this spring.

    Women’s Tennis Pair Claims All-MIAA First Team Honors
  11. Coach John Patnott receives lifetime achievement award

    CSCAA.org

    John Patnott, founding coach of Hope’s swimming and diving program, has been awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America.

    Coach John Patnott receives lifetime achievement award
  12. Mark VanderStoep Named MIAA Men’s Tennis Player of Week

    Hope College’s Mark VanderStoep has been selected the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men’s Tennis Player of the Week. The junior from Holland, Michigan (West Ottawa HS) is receiving the award for the first time in his Flying Dutchmen career. VanderStoep won both his singles and doubles matches last week to help Hope win 9-0 at Alma and clinch the No. 2 seed for the MIAA Tournament. At No. 2 singles, VanderStoep defeated Luke Van Fleet 6-0, 6-2. At No. 1 doubles, VanderStoep teamed with Danny Kroeze for an 8-4 decision against BJ Schuette and Van Fleet.

    Mark VanderStoep Named MIAA Men’s Tennis Player of Week
  13. Men’s Lacrosse Pair Sweeps MIAA Player Of Week Honors

    Hope College’s Nathaniel Hentschel and Nick Schanhals have swept Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men’s Lacrosse Player of the Week honors.

    Men’s Lacrosse Pair Sweeps MIAA Player Of Week Honors
  14. Women's Lacrosse Earns Four All-MIAA Second Team Honorees

    Four Hope College women’s lacrosse players have earned All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Second Team honors for the 2018 season from the league’s coaches.

    Women's Lacrosse Earns Four All-MIAA Second Team Honorees
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