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Baseball endures thrillers, finishes week 3-3

A runner on first, two outs in the 7th, the game tied at three, junior Nolan Breymaier  launched a triple into center field, putting the Chargers up one. Hillsdale held on for another half-inning, winning the second of a three-game series against Ohio Dominican University on Tuesday. “That was playoff intensity baseball,” said head coach […]

Tennis wins last spring match

Charger tennis finished the spring season with a strong victory over Aquinas College, after playing two matches over the past two weekends. Hillsdale beat Aquinas 7-2. On Friday, March 21, the Chargers fell 7-2 to Davenport University. Head coach Nicole Walbright said that the team was inconsistent with their play, and the loss was a […]

Charger Chatter: Luke Ortel

Hillsdale College sophomore Luke Ortel is centerfielder for the Charger baseball team. A native of Troy, Mich. and graduate of Bishop Foley Catholic High School, Ortel is batting a .343 average this season with the most hits, runs scored, and stolen bases of the team. Ortel is a fan of the Detroit Tigers and a […]

Hillsdale ball teams hopeful for first home games

The Hillsdale College baseball team hopes to play their first home game of the season on Saturday, April 5 in the event that the baseball field dries up in the next few days. Due to poor field conditions, the softball team has already rescheduled several home games. The first 14 of the team’s 26 league […]

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Track to host more than 1,600 athletes at Gina Relays

More than 1,600 track and field athletes will compete in Hillsdale this weekend at the Gina Relays. “It’s at the time of the year when you really start to do well,” Forino said. “This is exactly when all the magic starts happening.” The Gina Relays is the biggest track meet Hillsdale hosts. Despite fears of […]

Baseball fighting for playoff berth

Hillsdale College baseball split a pair of home games with Saginaw Valley State University on Wednesday afternoon. The Chargers (14-28, 12-14) took the first, 4-2, thanks to some stingy pitching by sophomore Chris McDonald paired with a three-RBI game from freshman Jake Lee. The Cardinals (13-22, 10-15) hit 14 in game two, overpowering Hillsdale, 8-2. […]

Ellison steals school record in week’s 7-1 win streak

The Hillsdale College softball team went 7-1 in its four doubleheaders the past week, finally bringing the team past the .500 mark with an 18-16 record. The Chargers started by splitting games with Walsh University on Friday, winning the first 3-1, and losing the second 6-5. On Saturday, Hillsdale swept Lake Erie College, winning the […]

Cam White signs with Colts

Cam White ’13 sat in a hotel room in Indianapolis, Ind. on Sunday night, preparing himself to begin a career in the National Football League. White feels blessed for the opportunity to play at the highest level of football in the world. “Right now my mentality is just to go in and work as hard […]

Golfer qualifies for nationals

Hillsdale College junior Matt Chalberg will be one of 24 individual competitors across the country competing in the National Collegiate Club Golf Association National Championship this spring. The two-day NCCGA spring championship will be held April 26-27 in Crystal Springs, NJ. The 25 collegiate club teams and 24 individuals who qualified nationwide will play two […]