From July 24 through the second preseason game on Aug. 20, Sowers will work with the Atlanta Falcon’s wide receivers through the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship, an internship program
After serving 22 years in prison for crimes he didn’t commit, Eddie Bolden was released and able to see his son, Dominique, graduate from Goshen College in the same week. Read their story:
Eddie Bolden was found to be an innocent man and was released from prison after 22 years, just in time to see his son, Dominique Bolden, graduate from Goshen College.
Katie Sowers ’08 worked with Charlie Weis and other NFL icons coaching wide receivers during the East-West Shrine Game in January. She has been playing semi-pro for eight years now, most recently as the quarterback of the WFA Titans.
Nate West ’10 is a family man, and one committed to helping guide the young people of Goshen.
Ken Pletcher ’70 is the recipient of Goshen College’s 2015 Dr. Roman Gingerich Champion of Character Award.
Doug Yoder ’77, track coach at Goshen College, is an avid runner and organizer of running events in the Maple City.
To better address the needs of students and expand opportunities for them, Goshen College is both adding a new exercise science major and changing the Physical Education Department to the Kinesiology Department.