April 23, 2020
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English major Nate Lotze ’14 honed his writing and batting skills in a dual summer internship.
Improvements to stadium seating will boost safety and enhance sports events.
Maureen Hirt '14, Kenyon’s all-time scoring record holder, studies perfectionism and performance anxiety in athletes.
Andrew Tint ’13 uses persistence to start his career in radio.
When it comes to leading the Lords in rebounding and scoring, Ikenna Nwadibia '14 relies on rhythm.
Lords win second straight and 33rd overall NCAA Championship. Ladies take second.
The Lords extend Kenyon's historic dynasty by winning their 33rd NCAA National Championship while the Ladies clinch second place.
Senior Sierra DeLeon and junior Wade Heerboth closed out Kenyon’s 2013-14 athletics schedule with extraordinary performances at NCAA Division III Championship events.
Coach Jess Book '01 and the Kenyon Swimming and Diving team reflect on national championship number 33.
Andrew Chevalier '14 wins the 2014 Don Hunsinger Award, the North Coast Athletic Conference's (NCAC) top honor for male student-athletes.
Maria Zarka ’16 is taking her diving talents to Glasgow, where she is set to compete in the Commonwealth Games.
Sierra DeLeon '14 shares what drives her when she runs.
The men's soccer team jumps to the No. 4 spot in a national poll.
Field hockey standout Rachel Hall has rocketed into Kenyon’s record books.
Soccer standout Tony Amolo ’17 is consumed by travel, transition and transformation.
Fall sports teams harvest three NCAC tournament titles.
When undergraduate education is put under the microscope, few areas generate as much scrutiny (and at times controversy) as athletics.
The men’s soccer team records an impressive season and lands two players on the Academic All-America team.
“Dancing with the Kenyon Stars” raises money for a local cause.
A criminal investigation internship positions basketball guard Brien Comey ’16 for a career in law enforcement.
The Lords defend Kenyon's historic dynasty with 34th national swimming and diving championship title.
Soccer player Sam Justice '15 has been awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Biology research experience helped Issam Hamdallah ’16 nab a prestigious internship with the National Institutes of Health.
DeMaurice Smith P’17 speaks to students about his work as the head of the NFL Players Association.
The Lords tennis team takes home its ninth straight NCAC tournament title.
Economics and math major Alex Blickle '15 applies analytics to gain a competitive edge on the golf course.
Kyle Hardacker ’15 has been named to the 2015 Capital One Academic All-America Baseball Team.
Installation of McBride Field’s new playing surface is complete.
A record number of Kenyon student-athletes have been named Capital One Academic All-Americans.
Kenyon has one of the best records for NCAA scholarships for graduate school, with three more students earning awards.
Quarterback Jake Bates ’16 lands a finance job with the help of a network of alumni athletes.
Parents, siblings and other relatives filled the Hill for a Family Weekend packed with concerts, plays and sporting events.
The men’s soccer team stuns Ohio Wesleyan University to win its second consecutive NCAC tournament title.
Men’s soccer takes on Tufts in round three of the NCAA Division III tournament.
The Lords advance to the NCAA quarterfinals for the first time since 1996.
With a strong tournament showing, the Lords fortify their position as national contenders.
Chris Herren, an ex-NBA player who lost his career to drugs, shares with students a key to his recovery.
These 10 Kenyon web stories were the most popular in 2015.
The title-winning Kenyon swimming and diving team used social psychology to its advantage, writes Sarah Lloyd ’17 in Swimming World Magazine.
From Gambier to Morocco to D.C., Haley Townsend '16 pursues her interest in Middle Eastern studies.
When the KAC first opened its doors 10 years ago, the campus community collectively gaped in wonder.
For the 24th time, the women’s swimming and diving team takes home the NCAC championship.
Psychology classes helped Maddie Breschi ’16 lead her field hockey teammates to multiple conference championships.
Professor of Humanities Tim Shutt has announced every home meet for the Kenyon swimming and diving teams since 1986.
Lords and Ladies post second-place finishes at NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships.
Two Kenyon students win the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship for high-impact research.
The Lords tennis team nets its 10th straight NCAC tournament title.
With three Kenyon records, Sam Lagasse ’16 runs toward national track and field championships.
The Lords tennis team topples Case Western Reserve University to advance to the NCAA quarterfinals for the first time in three years.
Eric Thornton ’18 earns a State Department scholarship to study Arabic in Morocco.
Sam Geier ’16 and Tristan Kaye ’17 capture the national title at the NCAA Men’s Tennis Doubles Championship.
A record number of Kenyon student-athletes are named NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners.
Julia Wilson ’18 and Hannah Saiz ’13 will compete in the upcoming Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska.
From Olympic Trials to a Hall of Fame selection, Kenyon athletes have racked up off-season accolades.
Among the 30 athletes selected as finalists for the NCAA's 2016 Woman of the Year award is swimmer Haley Townsend '16.
Fifty-six football players return and celebrate a Lords victory.
Sadiq Jiwa ’18 overcomes arthritic condition to excel on the golf course.
Haley Townsend '16 was honored at an awards dinner in Indianapolis on Sunday as one of nine finalists for the 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year award.
The Lords win the North Coast Athletic Conference title and head to the NCAA.
The Ladies clinched the North Coast Athletic Conference tournament and will face Elizabethtown College in NCAA play.
As they exit the NCAA tournament in the Elite Eight, the 2016 Lords soccer team can look back on an impressive season of outstanding performances.
For 12 days in December, we celebrated one dozen of the things that make Kenyon special, in a riff on the classic song "The 12 Days of Christmas."
Math major and starting guard Alexander Powell '18 aims for a career in sports analytics.
In celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day, Kenyon will host an afternoon of free sports clinics for girls.
Celebrated athlete and LGBTQ+ rights activist Chris Mosier shares his story and encourages students to "dream big."
The Lords take second at the NCAA DIII Swimming and Diving Championship while the Ladies place third.
Kenyon will celebrate the importance of athletics and student athletes to our campus community during NCAA Division III Week.
Sam Clougher '17 sweeps three awards honoring his achievements as a student-athlete and Kenyon community member.
The Lords and Ladies tennis teams rack up additional conference victories before falling in NCAA play.
Four Kenyon swimmers are recognized as outstanding student athletes by the NCAA.
A quartet of Kenyon swimmers win 2017 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships.
Kenyon's soccer and women's lacrosse teams will soon have a new home as Mavec Field renovations near completion.
All eyes are on field hockey and men's soccer as Lords and Ladies prepare for the fall season.
Ladies swimmer Ellie Crawford '17 is named a finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year based on her achievements in athletics, academics, leadership and community service.
Kenyon’s men’s soccer team heads to the NCAA Division III Championship.
Soccer and statistics stand-out Henry Myers ’18 prepares for his next challenge.
A Kenyon maintenance man and jiu-jitsu aficionado grapples his way to the gold on the other side of the world.
Ladies basketball seeks a championship finish to one of its strongest seasons in Kenyon history.
The Ladies swimming and diving team tallies their 25th NCAC title, reclaiming the crown from defending champ Denison.
Religious studies major Tanner Orr ’19 breaks Kenyon’s long jump record and snags first-place honors.
Kenyon’s swimming and diving teams set their sights on a pair of first-place trophies.
NCAA Division III Women’s Swimmer of the Year Crile Hart ’21 propels the Ladies to a national runner-up finish.
For Julian Kobena Morgan ’18, passion for basketball stretches beyond the court.
Jill McCartney will lead Kenyon’s staff of 52 coaches and administrators beginning July 16, 2018.
National recognition for Lords golf caps off an exciting year for Kenyon’s spring sports.
An expanded cancer research partnership marks Kenyon’s seventh year hosting Pelotonia, a charity bike ride.
Kenyon prepares for the fall sports season by sprucing up athletic fields and facilities.
Riding in Pelotonia is a great experience, and one of the things I enjoy about cycling is the opportunity to let my mind wander.
Kenyon fall sports including soccer, field hockey, football, volleyball and cross country gear up for a promising season.
Kenyon’s men’s soccer team competed in the NCAA Division III tournament for the sixth straight year.
Construction of a new athletic field will benefit Kenyon sports teams and facilitate the regrading of an inconveniently steep hill.
Kenyon’s Lords and Ladies serve, swing and sprint their way into spring sports.
The Ladies and Lords seek victory in this year’s NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships.
Three swimmers add to Kenyon’s significant roster of NCAA Postgraduate Scholars.
A look back at Kenyon’s spring sports season reveals a litany of accolades earned and records shattered.
Hannah Orbach-Mandel ’19 is the latest Kenyon swimmer to be a finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year.
The Lords advanced to the sweet 16 in the NCAA DIII Tournament, extending their unbeaten streak.
As Kenyon marks 50 years of coeducation, 50 alumnae share how Kenyon has shaped their lives and careers.
Despite a national championship cancellation, Kenyon’s Lords and Ladies stay true to their team values.