Hope College News

2017 Jun

  1. Spring Sports Letterwinners Are Announced; Fifteen Student-Athletes Lettered Four Years

    Letterwinners of 2017 spring sports teams at Hope College have been announced by athletic directors Tim Schoonveld and Melinda Larson. Fifteen athletes lettered in their sport for a fourth consecutive year. They are Sammi Adams (softball), Maddie Bellew (softball), Nancy Benda (tennis), Gunnar Elder (lacrosse), Erin Herrmann (track), Cameron Jones (track), Emily Joosse (track), Sam Kreps (tennis), David Lunderberg (track), Julian Morrison (track), Eric Plaehn (baseball), Sierra Schultz (track), Michael Thomas (baseball), Ty Van Wieren (baseball), Zach Weber (lacrosse).

    Spring Sports Letterwinners Are Announced; Fifteen Student-Athletes Lettered Four Years

2017 May

  1. SEED India Highlights

    Posted by Caroline Hannema

      Check out a short recap of our first SEED trip to India!  It was great to partner with Sawyer and Audio Scripture Ministries to share God’s love through clean water and sports camps. SEED India Highlights – May 2017 Two additional SEED teams will launch in August – one to Costa Rica and one to … Continue reading SEED India Highlights

    SEED India Highlights
  2. Erin Herrmann Claims NCAA Title In 3,000-Meter Steeplechase

    Erin Herrmann glanced at the video screen as she sprinted toward the finish line. It wasn’t until the final few strides of the 3,000-meter steeplechase that she realized her goal of becoming a national champion for Hope College would be accomplished.

    Erin Herrmann Claims NCAA Title In 3,000-Meter Steeplechase
  3. Men’s Track & Field Picks Up Three All-Region Honors In Track & Field

    Three members of the Hope College men’s track & field team have earned all-region honors from the United States Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association for the 2017 outdoor track & field season: Joshua Izenbart, Ben Pederson and Nicholas Salomon.

    Men’s Track & Field Picks Up Three All-Region Honors In Track & Field
  4. Women’s Track & Field Trio Claims All-Region Recognition

    A Hope College trio has earned all-region honors from the United States Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association for the 2017 outdoor track & field season: Erin Herrmann, Alison Rich and Rachael Webb.

    Women’s Track & Field Trio Claims All-Region Recognition
  5. Three Hope Softball Players Claim All-Region Honors

    Three Hope College softball players have received all-region honors from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association for the 2017 season: pitcher Sydney Jones, centerfielder Sammi Adams and catcher Hayley Reitsma.

    Three Hope Softball Players Claim All-Region Honors
  6. Sport Evangelism To Equip Disciples Program Sends Group Of Students To India

    Hope College Athletics is excited to announce the launch of the S.E.E.D. (Sport Evangelism to Equip Disciples) program, a new initiative to provide mission and service minded transformational international trips for student-athletes.

    Sport Evangelism To Equip Disciples Program Sends Group Of Students To India
  7. JP Batts Selected All-MIAA First Team In Baseball

    Hope College’s JP Batts has been recognized as one of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s top baseball players for the 2017 season.

    JP Batts Selected All-MIAA First Team In Baseball
  8. Sammi Adams, Sydney Jones Chosen MIAA Softball Players Of Week

    Hope College centerfielder Sammi Adams and pitcher Sydney Jones are the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Softball Players of the Week for games played April 24-30.

    Sammi Adams, Sydney Jones Chosen MIAA Softball Players Of Week
  9. Mary VandeHoef to Receive Vanderbush-Weller Award

    Mary VandeHoef, who is head women’s softball coach, intramural director and assistant director of the Dow Center at Hope College, has been named recipient of the college’s 18th annual “Vanderbush-Weller Award” for strong, positive impact on students.

    Mary VandeHoef to Receive Vanderbush-Weller Award
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