Coach Neal Young was declared cancer free about a month after he began treatment, although chemo continued for more than a year. Without any further complications, his double hip replacement on March 18 and scheduled six-month recovery should stand as the final steps of his nearly three-year bout with cancer.
Using the shared language of baseball, members of the Goshen College team have traveled to Nicaragua for three weeks to sharpen a foreign tongue.
Although the Goshen College women’s basketball team was knocked out of the NAIA DII tournament in the national semifinal, the team made school history.
In arguably the best season in Goshen College women’s basketball history, the 2015-16 team placed second in the Crossroads League, won their first-ever national tournament games, defeated the highest ranking team in program history, set a new single season win record and made the deepest national run of any Goshen College team in history, all the … Keep reading »
The Goshen College Alumni Board issues this proclamation of support and congratulations to the 2015-16 Goshen College Women’s Basketball team, under the direction of fifth-year head coach Stephanie Miller.
Jerron Jamerson ’14 was signed by the Moncton Miracles (National Basketball League Canada) this week. He played last summer at Danville Riverhawks (PBL) in the U.S.and recorded 12.6 ppg and 3.2 rpg.
The Goshen College men’s soccer program officially announced the signing of four members of its 2016 recruiting class on Tuesday, including a pair of local prep products, who head coach Arron Patrick calls “the most important signings for us.”
Jo’Mani Thomas, Liz Tecca and Tyra Carver have each scored 1,000 career points and have helped the GC women’s basketball team to one of their best starts in recent memory.
This fall, the Maple Leafs saw another milestone in those efforts: 32 fall student-athletes were named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, the most ever for the Goshen fall sports teams, passing the previous mark of 30 set last fall.