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Football defends home field

It took more than three quarters for Hillsdale to find the end zone against Northern Michigan on Saturday. But on a day the offense struggled, the Chargers defense stepped up and made some key stops down

Charger volleyball yet to lose set in GLIAC matches

The Chargers tallied up three more wins this week to remain undefeated in the GLIAC. After sweeping Northwood and Lake Superior State University 3-0 over the weekend, the team went on to defeat the University of

‘He’s got my back’

Under the Friday night lights at Michigan’s St. Johns High School, visiting teams must have thought the student section was stranger than most when they started chanting: “UN-CLE TIM-MY!” And “NE-PHEW AUS-TIN!” The stars of the

Golf plays through storm

Stormy weather and travel difficulties plagued the golf team in their two tournaments this weekend. On Monday, the Chargers competed at Plum Hollow Country Club in Southfield, Michigan in an out-of-conference tournament hosted by Lawrence Tech

Grand Valley alumnus hired as new track coach

The track and field coaching staff was finally completed two weeks ago with the addition of another assistant coach. Nathan Miller, the newest member of the staff, specializes in jumps and short sprints. He started nearly

Club sports add variety to campus

Hillsdale students are persistent. So when their sport of choice isn’t offered in the varsity variety, they start a club. The college now offers more club sports opportunities than ever before, including men’s and women’s soccer

Senior shines in golf tournament

In their second collegiate appearance, the Charger golf team finished in last place, but saw high individual rankings. The final team score for the weekend at the Al Watrous Memorial Tournament hosted by Saginaw Valley State

New ACT standards challenge athletic recruiting

Rising school standards and NCAA rule changes will pose new challenges to the athletic department. Going along with the college’s trend of gradually boosting its academic profile, a campaign has been implemented to increase the freshmen

Charger Chatter: Haylee Booms

Junior Haylee Booms plays right-side hitter on the women’s volleyball team. Booms was recently named GLIAC South Division Player of the Week. A pre-med student from Marysville, Michigan, Booms is majoring in Spanish and wants to

Tennis splits weekend

After a disappointing loss to Tiffin University on Saturday, the Hillsdale women’s tennis team bounced back on Sunday with a win against the University of Findlay. Saturday’s match was a close one for the Charger women

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