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Football falls short in low-scoring contest

In a defensive battle, the Hillsdale College Chargers came up short on the road against top-10 team Ohio Dominican, falling by a score of 9-3. “They’ve got a really good defense,” head coach Keith Otterbein said

Charger golf team closes inaugural season

Hillsdale College men’s golf coach Mike Harner described team play at the GLIAC Golf Championship as “flashes of brilliance.” The Hillsdale College golf team traveled to Georgetown, Kentucky for their final tournament of the fall season

Tennis wraps up season

After playing three matches in five days, the Hillsdale women’s tennis team’s fall season came to a close. On Friday, Hillsdale faced the highly regarded Northwood University team and fell 8-1. Despite the loss, the Chargers

Volleyball winless over weekend, 6-5 in GLIAC play

After the Chargers won the first set in Saturday’s game against Ferris State University, the Bulldogs pushed back, securing a 3-1 victory. On Friday night, the Grand Valley State University Lakers showed themselves to be a

Swim team faces Findlay Friday

This preseason the swim team dedicated their time to becoming faster and stronger. Upon finishing sixth in the GLIAC championship meet last year, the smaller team is looking to focus individually, to ensure that each girl

Holmes: Sunday’s NFL breakout star

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Andre Holmes, ’11, played an integral part in the Raiders game against the San Diego Chargers on October 12. Though the Chargers beat the Raiders 31-28, Holmes had two touchdowns and 121

Homecoming curse continues

Hillsdale’s homecoming curse continued on Saturday as Grand Valley State University rattled off 42 straight points over the span of three quarters, defeating the Chargers 42-21. “We’ve just got to play better,” head coach Keith Otterbein

Men’s cross team takes first at Louisville Classic

The Hillsdale men’s cross-country team made the biggest jump in the nation in rankings this week thanks to a stellar performance in Louisiville over the weekend. The US Track & Field and Cross-Country Coaches Association had

Lantis lands production job with Denver Broncos

As a young Denver Broncos fan, Scott Lantis never dreamed that one day his phone would list his favorite team on speed dial. This past summer, Lantis ’13 began his job as the promotions and special

Charger tennis goes 1-1 over the weekend

Kicking off the homecoming weekend, Hillsdale College’s tennis team won their Saturday match against Lake Superior State University. After a well deserved off weekend, the Chargers came back strong, took control of the matches, and pulled

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