Men’s track makes strides to improve

At the time of year when student-athletes are under the most stress from both end-of-the-year projects and the heightened importance of end-of-the-season competition, the...

Softball secures spot in final GLIAC tournament

The Hillsdale College softball team secured a spot in the GLIAC tournament in an increasingly competitive conference after splitting with the Ashland Eagles and...

Tennis finishes fourth in GLIAC tournament

In the program’s second year of competition, the Hillsdale College men’s tennis team finished fourth in the GLIAC tournament after a 1-2 weekend in...

Baseball splits with Grand Valley, falls to Concordia

After splitting a crucial four-game series with the Grand Valley Lakers, the Hillsdale College baseball team dropped a nonconference game 9-5 to the Concordia...

4-2 week pulls the Chargers to 12-12 in GLIAC play

As the Hillsdale College baseball team fights for a spot in the GLIAC tournament, the cliche of “every game counts” couldn’t ring more true. The...

Women’s track sets personal records at home meet

  This weekend, while some were heading home for Easter festivities, the Hillsdale College women’s track team stayed in Hillsdale to compete in the Border...

25-year-old school record broken at Border Battle

Going into the Border Battle last Saturday, senior Ty Etchemendy planned on competing in the 400-meter hurdles and not the triple jump. But when...

Charger Chatter: Milan Mirkovic

How old were you when you started playing tennis?  I was, I think, 10 years old. I was a pretty good junior league player, and...

With 5-4 record, men’s tennis heads to GLIACs

The Hillsdale College men’s tennis team defeated University of Findlay 6-3 Friday afternoon at home to conclude their second season of GLIAC play 5-4. The...

Softball has third straight 3-1 weekend, sweeps Lourdes

Strong improvements in hitting from a young softball team manifested in Hillsdale’s sweeps over Lourdes University and Walsh University and a split with Lake...

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Chargers knock off Ohio Dominican Panthers 80-71

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