Centre men's soccer overwhelmed Hendrix by a wide 10-0 margin Sunday, marking the 200th career victory for Head Coach Jeb Burch. By rolling past the Warriors and earning their first Southern Athletic Association win of the season, the Colonels improved to 8-4-1 overall and 1-2-1 in-conference. Hendrix falls to 4-10 (0-4 SAA). Already the winningest
Centre Athletics is pleased to announce five new members to our Hall of Fame. Below are the five inductees of the Hall of Fame Class of 2018 and their career accomplishments: Clay Curry (1998): Four year letterwinner in football; Named All-SCAC (1995, 1996, 1997); Received Most Improved Player Award (1995); Named Centre's Most Valuable Defensive Back
Centre women's soccer finished off a perfect opening weekend at home with a 3-1 victory Sunday against DePauw at Amend Field. The victory marked Head Coach Jay Hoffman's 200 career win with the Colonels. A Centre graduate and former Colonel soccer player, Hoffman took over as the women's head coach in 2004 and has taken
Jesse DiLuzio ’18 was accepted for a five-month stint as a volunteer with the non-profit Coaches Across Continents. The two-year captain of Centre's men's soccer team will be traveling across the world promoting positive social change through the game of soccer. DiLuzio, who graduated in May with a degree in international studies, explains the importance
It was an historic day for Centre Athletics as junior Annie Rodenfels (Centerville, Ohio) became the school's fourth individual national champion ever after a dramatic victory in the 3000m steeplechase at the NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Rodenfels qualified for this afternoon's final round after posting a time of
The Southern Athletic Association released its final awards of the 2017-18 season as they gave out their Man and Woman of the Year awards to the most distinguished male and female student-athletes in the conference, as voted on by the league's athletic directors and front office. For the second straight year, the Man of the
The publication Diverse: Issues in Higher Education recently released its annual Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar award winners, celebrating excellence in sports, academics and service, and Centre College senior quarterback Devin Hayes (Bowling Green, Kentucky) earned a spot on the prestigious list for the 2017-18 academic year. Hayes was named to the Second Team of the Arthur Ashe Jr.
Maintaining a balance between a challenging academic workload and extracurricular activities isn’t always easy, but Centre College student-athletes strive to perform well in the classroom and in their sport. Uniquely, however, it's not often that an entire team is able to manage a high grade point average (GPA), yet alone be recognized for such achievement.
With the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships field officially announced after last week's regional diving finals, Centre senior diver Sarah Hayhurst (Newburgh, Ind.) and the women's 800 freestyle relay squad have earned opportunities to compete in their respective events. Hayhurst will be competing in both the 1m and 3m diving competitions after sweeping the zone
Centre men's basketball coach Greg Mason reached win No. 350 this past weekend, as his squad defeated Boyce College by a 97-56 score. Mason, a Shelbyville, Ky., native, has been at the helm of his alma mater's program since the 1999-2000 season. He entered the year 11th among NCAA Division III Men's Basketball coaches with