Partnership expands healthcare services for student-athletes

Healthcare for student-athletes has vastly changed through recent decades. Long gone are the days of having assistant coaches tape ankles and treat injuries. Today’s sports medicine staffs must address a wide range of physical and mental issues. The COVID-19 pandemic certainly added further complexities. In response to the expanded role, needs and challenges facing athletic

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In 1925, Mount Rushmore was dedicated, the first U.S. motel opened, Chrysler Corporation was founded and there were 44 students in Hanover College’s senior class. That fall, Hanover also started a tradition that has now spanned nearly 100 years. Hanover hosted its first Homecoming Oct. 24, 1925. That year, the College’s alumni population totaled 1,335.

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Former standouts Thad McCracken ’04, Matt Moore ’05, Fran Quigley ’84 and Richard Veach ’88 have been selected to join the Hanover Athletic Hall of Fame. The foursome will be inducted Saturday, Oct. 22, during a special ceremony as part of the College’s Hall of Fame Day. One of the top three-point shooters in school

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Mya Urba ‘24 has been chosen as recipient of the “Realizing the Dream” Award from Independent Colleges of Indiana (ICI). Established in 1989, the honor recognizes outstanding academic achievement and leadership potential displayed by a first-generation college student during their first year. Urba, a Westfield, Ind. native, is a member of Phi Mu sorority and

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Following graduation this coming spring, Makenzie Carroll ‘22, Madeline McHugh ’22 and Sydney Ruggles ‘22 will each launch their post-Hanover careers through the Gov. Bob Orr Indiana Entrepreneurial Fellowship program. Started in 2002, the Orr Fellowship is one of Indiana’s most-celebrated non-profit talent programs. The two-year post-graduate experience places high-achieving college seniors from across the Midwest in full-time,

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Born and raised in Wollongong, Australia, a young Alex Makin aspired to be a professional soccer player or police officer. “As most kids do,” he says. He came to the U.S. to attend college and play soccer in northwest Indiana. While studying to be a physical education teacher, Makin fell in love with strength conditioning,

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The late Bob Baylor ’70, Jim Hammond ’79 and Joe Brunk ’82 have been immortalized through a unique, lasting creation that will enhance on- and off-court experiences for current and future members of Hanover’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs. The Bob ’70 and Beth Baylor Locker Room Suite has been established to meet the needs of today’s student-athletes

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Game tied with 1:19 left. Opponent has the ball inside Hanover territory. Fourth-and-one. Donning an easily spotted electric pink vest, with ponytail perched above her head, Mya Urba ’24 signals the Panthers’ formation from the sidelines, then anxiously implores her defensive unit to make a game-saving stop. Though just 19 years old, Mya Urba ’24

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Emily Jones ‘21 has received a coveted Orr Fellowship. The two-year post-graduate experience places high-achieving college seniors from across the Midwest in full-time, paid positions at dynamic companies and organizations in Central Indiana. Jones will participate in a rotational program at Ingram Micro, an Indianapolis-based information technology company. The fellowship will provide an extended exploration

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“My graduating class in high school consisted of 52 people,” remarks Sydney Claypoole ’21. “As you can imagine, it was a very tightly-knit environment where I formed strong relationships with not only my classmates, but with my teachers. Everyone simultaneously supported one another and pushed them to be their best.” Claypoole was looking for a similar

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