Adrian College’s Craig Rainey Reaches Incredible 700 Career Wins

Adrian College Bulldogs head coach Craig Rainey, a 1989 graduate, has recorded his 700th career victory. 2021 is his 28th season as the head baseball coach at Adrian College. Under Rainey’s leadership, Adrian’s baseball program has risen to national prominence and has become a perennial contender for the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association championship. Rainey has […]

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Adrian College Baseball Faces Weekend Test with no. 3 North Central, Then Spalding

The Adrian College baseball team will battle at the Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield, Indiana. The Friday game will be against third-ranked North Central College (2-0 overall) at 2pm. On Sunday, the Bulldogs will take on Spalding University (5-2 overall) with the first-pitch being slated for 4pm Weekend preview from Adrian College intern Michelle […]

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Nationally-Ranked Adrian College Takes Three Game Series Against BSC Panthers

Adrian College recorded a 10-6 victory over Birmingham-Southern in a battle of nationally ranked teams over the weekend. The visiting Bulldogs were powered to a win in the rubber game of their season-opening series. Fifth-year senior Tristin Richardson rapped three hits and drove in five runs to spearhead Adrian’s season-high 13-hit attack. The Adrian Bulldogs rose […]

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Adrian College Extends Program Record to 21 Straight Wins

The Adrian College women’s hockey team extended their historic streak to 21 straight wins over the weekend. The team was able to sweep the Trine University Thunder in game two of their weekend series together. The Bulldogs came away with a 5-1 win and remained undefeated on the season. The program record for consecutive wins […]

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Nationally-Ranked Adrian College Picked to Win 2021 MIAA Baseball Race

In a preseason poll of the eight Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association baseball coaches, Adrian College has been tabbed to finish first overall in the MIAA preseason poll. The Bulldogs, who tallied 49 points from their seven first-place votes, are seeking to extend their MIAA record to 12 conference championships in a row. Adrian was also predicted […]

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Hey Saint Louis University; What in the Hell is a Billiken?

Saint Louis University is a private Jesuit research university with campuses in St. Louis, Missouri, United States, and Madrid, Spain. Founded in 1818 by Louis Guillaume Valentin Dubourg, it is the oldest university west of the Mississippi River and the second-oldest Jesuit university in the United States. It is one of 28 member institutions of […]

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Chattanooga’s Eboni Garners Named SoCon Player of the Week

Chattanooga’s Eboni Williams has been named the Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for her performance in games played on December 29th through January 4th. She scored a double-double in Chattanooga’s lone contest of the week, a 77-64 win at North Alabama on December 29th. The award, the second consecutive for Williams, is […]

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Adrian College Athletics Weekend Roundup

Adrian College athletics had another filled weekend with fall sports wrapping up their 2020 fall campaign and winter sports continuing to start their season. Women’s volleyball, men’s hockey, cross country, football, and club baseball all competed over the weekend. WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL The Adrian College women’s volleyball team played in four matches over the weekend. The […]

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Siena Heights University Names Sue Syljebeck Athletic Director

The Siena Heights University athletic department has reorganized administrative roles in the organization’s structure. Sue Syljebeck has dropped the interim tag in her title and became the Athletic Director as of January 1st, 2020. Women’s soccer head coach, Scott Oliver, has been promoted to the assistant athletic director in addition to his coaching role. The […]

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Tommy Parsons Lands on D3baseball.com All-Decade First Team for 2010s

Tommy Parsons, who starred for the Adrian College baseball team on the mound from 2015-18 and is currently in his third season in the St. Louis Cardinals organization, has been named to the D3baseball All-Decade First Team for the 2010s. The website made the announcement on Wednesday. Parsons is the only representative out of the MIAA. […]

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The University of Iowa Has Cut Four Sports

The University of Iowa is cutting four varsity sports programs after the 2020-21 academic year. The University said in a press release that the move is a direct result of the cancellation of the fall football season and the COVID-19 pandemic. Men’s gymnastics, men’s tennis, and men’s and women’s swimming and diving will be discontinued, Iowa […]

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