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Jan 12, 2021
When Rachel Ferri and the ‘Berg women’s basketball team takes the court on Jan. 22, it’ll be her first game as a head coach and the first home athletic contest in nearly a year. And it can’t get here soon enough.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of all athletic competition last March, just as spring seasons were getting underway. The fall provided the opportunity for a phased, controlled return to athletic activities with strength and conditioning, smaller group practices and normal practices by the end of the semester.
Jan 7, 2021
“When I was a kid I used to come to the training camp practices that were open to the public every year. After practice was over, I would watch the players walk into the indoor field and so badly want to go in there and see what it was like. Little did I know I would eventually work for the Browns and literally walk through that indoor field area every single day.”
Nov 5, 2020
One year after serving as a student representative for the Ohio Athletic Conference at the annual NCAA Convention, Heidelberg University senior P'hariz Watkins is headed back. Watkins was selected to attend the virtual conference in January as part of the NCAA Division III Student Immersion Program.
"I am honored to be selected," said Watkins, a member of the men's basketball team. "This convention is a great opportunity to network with people from all over the country and gain more knowledge about how the NCAA works in full."
Sep 22, 2020
When he isn't training, there is no place Heidelberg University men's track and field standout Dan Stoll would rather be than his beloved Milan. Not Milan, Italy -- the fashion capital of the world, mind you.
Milan, Ohio. Pronounced MY-lin. In nearby Erie County.
It's there -- not far from the birthplace of famed inventor Thomas Edison -- that another local legend can be found.
Aug 31, 2020
Whether standing in front of a classroom or diving in the back row of the volleyball court, Heidelberg University early childhood education major Sarah Oney is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of those around her. And now, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect educational and co-curricular opportunities for students of all ages, Sarah, her family, and her teammates are presented with new challenges.