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Baseball headed to NCAAs; 11 receive All-OAC nods

May 13, 2019

AUSTINTOWN -- It was a busy Monday for the Heidelberg University baseball program. Hours after learning 11 players had been tabbed as All-Ohio Athletic Conference performers, the OAC co-champions learned that their season will continue. The Student Princes earned one of 18 at-large bids into the 58-team NCAA Tournament. Heidelberg will head to the Adrian, Michigan, regional -- along with Denison University, La Roche College and host Adrian College.

’Berg alum to grads: Write glorious life stories

May 13, 2019

In the “’Berg-cozy” environs of Seiberling Gymnasium, 208 undergraduates and 59 graduate students officially became Heidelberg alumni on Sunday. They leave Heidelberg with the highest four-year graduation rate in the past 30 years, according to President Rob Huntington.

Countdown to Commencement: Abby Reed

May 11, 2019

Staying close to home is not the plan for graduating senior Abby Reed. Following graduation, she will be taking a leap around the world as she follows her heart and does what truly matters most to her - helping others. Abby was recently accepted into the Peace Corps, a dream she never expected to actually come true.

Tradition lives on: Class of ’19 presents banner

May 10, 2019

The Class of 2019 drew inspiration for their banner from those who have come before them.

During Commencement rehearsal on Friday, graduating seniors Julie Hild, Haley Hudler and Kevin Scrudders presented the class banner to President Rob Huntington, joining generations of alumni in fulfilling the unique Heidelberg tradition.

“When we were thinking about our banner, we looked at the traditional banners (in Wickham Great Hall), and we really liked the simplicity of them,” Haley said.

Countdown to Commencement: Jordan Green

May 10, 2019

The road you set out on may not be the path you end up taking, and that’s OK. Just ask graduating senior Jordan Green.​

“Growing up and in elementary school, I probably wasn’t the best kid,” Jordan explained. “Getting that label as a ‘troubled child’ really ended up motivating me to take more responsibility and take care of myself better.” Sports became Jordan’s way of getting himself on the right path. He excelled in baseball as an outfielder entering his senior year.​

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