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Feb 18, 2020
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio -- After claiming two All-Ohio Championships this past weekend, Dan Stoll has added the Ohio Athletic Conference's Runner of the Week award to his collection.
Stoll won both the 200m and 400m dashes in school-record fashion while moving up in the national rankings in both events.
In the 200m, Stoll clocked a 22.10 second time, which eclipsed his own school record of 22.22 seconds set earlier this season. The mark was good enough to win the event by 0.17 seconds. Currently his time sits as the fourth best time in NCAA DIII indoor races this season.
Jan 29, 2020
When he stepped off the plane in California last week, Phariz Watkins was excited just to see the sunshine. He could only imagine what the next four days of the NCAA’s annual convention would bring.
Jam-packed days – “early morning to late nights” – left Phariz totally fired up about his future career, the new friends and contacts he made, and the knowledge he gained about branding and marketing, leadership development and the impact that Division III athletics has with the Special Olympics.
He called the experience “absolutely unforgettable.”
Jan 27, 2020
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio -- For the second time this season, Heidelberg University track and field athletes, Dan Stoll and Ariana Coleman were selected as OAC Athletes of the Week.
Stoll was named the male runner of the week, while Coleman was tabbed as the female field athlete of the week for the second time in five voting cycles thus far during the 2019-20 indoor season.
Jan 7, 2020
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio -- Highlighted by a near record-breaking performance, Heidelberg University women's basketball player Brittanie Ulmer was selected as the Ohio Athletic Conference's Player of the Week on Monday afternoon.
The award is the first for the senior from Lima, Ohio, and the program's first since Alyssa Riley won the award on February 4, 2018.
Jan 1, 2020
With the 2010s drawing to a close, Heidelberg Athletics is taking a look back at a transformative decade. In the past 10 years, we have added a stadium, added lacrosse, replaced a track, completely renovated the gym, built a softball field, said farewell to the Tin Gym, and celebrated 19 OAC team titles and two individual national titles.