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Charger Chatter: Bekah Kastning

Sophomore Bekah Kastning, the first Charger softball player to record five home runs and five triples in a single season since 1995, talks about her team’s goals for for this season. So you had a stand-out

Chargers’ scorekeeper to retire after 40 years

When the baseball diamond was behind central hall, the Roche Sports Complex did not yet exist, and Jack McAvoy and Frank “Muddy” Waters were working in athletics on campus, Joan and Bill Van Arsdalen moved to

Make the kick count

It’s no secret that people go to games to watch Tom Brady and Russell Wilson— not Stephen Gostkowski and Steven Hauschka. NFL kickers’ jobs are boring: When 99.5 percent of the extra point kicks are successful

Baseball wins home opener

In their home opener, the Hillsdale College baseball team bounced back from a tough weekend series against the Malone University Pioneers with an 8-2 victory over the Albion College Britons last night. After dropping three of

Softball opens GLIAC play Saturday at home

GLIAC play opens Saturday for the Charger softball team. Hillsdale will host Findlay in a doubleheader at 1 and 3 p.m. at Johnny Williams Field. Last year’s games against the Oilers (10-9) proved to be the

Outdoor track ready to run

With the addition of a promising freshman class, the track team is ready to sprint into the outdoor season and improve upon their success from last year. The men’s team placed fourth overall in the GLIAC

Volleyball to host spring tourney

The Hillsdale College volleyball team will host their spring alumnae round robin tournament in the Dawn Tibbetts Potter Arena on Saturday. Hillsdale has been hosting the alumnae tournament on and off for the past twenty years

Indoor track and field season ends on the national podium

While the rest of school sought the sun or feverishly caught up on homework over spring break, Hillsdale women’s indoor track and field took second place at the NCAA Division II national championship in Birmingham, Alabama

Emily Oren shatters record

Winning the Distance Medley Relay at nationals wasn’t enough for junior Emily Oren. She was determined to win one more race— and beat a Division II record while doing it. Last weekend, Oren led the women’s

Pistol Pete to leave the Charger family

Before practice started one day, head basketball coach John Tharp watched his assistant coach drill jump shot after jump shot. “You’re like the famous Pistol Pete!” Tharp remembers comparing Brian McCauley to Pete Maravich. Since that

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