Hope College News

2018 Feb

  1. Women’s Basketball Trio Claims All-MIAA Recognition

    From the post to the perimeter, Francesca Buchanan, Kenedy Schoonveld and Madison Geers made sure the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association co-champion Hope College women’s basketball team had the court covered.

    Women’s Basketball Trio Claims All-MIAA Recognition
  2. 2018 Hope College Men’s Lacrosse Preview

    When head coach Michael Schanhals took nominations for leadership roles for the Hope College men’s lacrosse team, he received an usually large number of candidates.

    2018 Hope College Men’s Lacrosse Preview
  3. Men’s Basketball Duo Earns All-MIAA Honors

    Dante Hawkins and Jason Beckman have been a dynamic backcourt for the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association co-champion Hope College men’s basketball team this season.

    Men’s Basketball Duo Earns All-MIAA Honors
  4. Swimming & Diving Teams Claim Scholar All-America Team Honors

    The Hope College men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams both have earned College Swimming Coaches Association of America Scholar All-Team Team honors for the 2017 fall semester.

    Swimming & Diving Teams Claim Scholar All-America Team Honors
  5. Dr. Steven Smith Retires As Hope Men’s Soccer Coach After 28 Seasons

    Over the course of 28 seasons, Dr. Steven Smith has coached hundreds of student-athletes at Hope College. Today, the accomplished soccer coach expressed special gratitude to all those who have played for him — and inspired him — through the years.

    Dr. Steven Smith Retires As Hope Men’s Soccer Coach After 28 Seasons
  6. 2018 Men’s Tennis Season Preview

    The Hope College men’s tennis team heads into the 2018 season under the direction of a new coach but aiming to produce similar success as seasons past.

    2018 Men’s Tennis Season Preview

2018 Jan

  1. Brian Simonich Named MIAA Men’s Diver Of The Week

    Hope College’s Brian Simonich has been selected the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men’s Diver of the Week for competition during January 22-28.

    Brian Simonich Named MIAA Men’s Diver Of The Week
  2. 2018 Hope College Women’s Tennis Season Preview

    Three ranked opponents and one from an NCAA Division I await the nationally ranked Hope College women’s tennis team and first-year head coach Bob Cawood.

    2018 Hope College Women’s Tennis Season Preview
  3. Track & Field Pair Sweep MIAA Field Weekly Awards

    Hope College’s Chase Gaca and Addyson Gerig have been selected the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men’s and Women’s Field Athletes of the Week for the week of January 15-21.

    Track & Field Pair Sweep MIAA Field Weekly Awards
  4. Former Hope star Angelique Gaddy becomes a referee

    Holland Sentinel

    During the course of four college seasons, Angelique Gaddy established herself as a solid point guard for the Hope Flying Dutch. No longer patrolling the point for Hope, she still patrols the court — as a referee.

    Former Hope star Angelique Gaddy becomes a referee
  5. Swimming & Diving To Offer Team Poster Giveaway on Senior Day

    The Hope College men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams will hold a free team poster giveaway as part of its Friday dual meet against Olivet College at the Dow Center.

    Swimming & Diving To Offer Team Poster Giveaway on Senior Day
  6. Charlie Emmert Named MIAA Men’s Swimmer Of The Week

    Hope College’s Charlie Emmert has been selected the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men’s Swimmer of the Week for meets through January 6.

    Charlie Emmert Named MIAA Men’s Swimmer Of The Week
  7. Chloe Palajac Chosen MIAA Women’s Swimmer Of The Week

    Hope College’s Chloe Palajac has been named the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Women’s Swimmer of the Week for meets through January 6.

    Chloe Palajac Chosen MIAA Women’s Swimmer Of The Week
  8. Henry Chen selected to line judge NCAA Final Four

    Holland Sentinel

    Campus Safety officer Henry Chen is known on Hope's campus for his friendliness and helpfulness. On the NCAA volleyball court, he is known for his consistency and excellence.

    Henry Chen selected to line judge NCAA Final Four