Centre, SAA announce COVID-19 statement for fall sports

The Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Presidents’ Council – which includes Centre’s Dr. Milton Moreland – voted this week to suspend all athletic competitions until at least January 1, 2021. In conjunction with the SAA announcement, Centre will also not be participating in any non-conference competition this fall. Moreland released the College’s plan for returning to

By |2020-07-16T19:13:08-04:00July 16th, 2020|Athletics, News|

Josh Joiner ’20 awarded Joan Cralle Day Fellowship to study medicine at the University of Kentucky

Biochemistry and molecular biology major Josh Joiner '20 (Danville, Kentucky) received the Cralle Foundation/Joan Cralle Day Fellowship from the University of Kentucky (UK) to study medicine in the fall. Endowed by a gift from the Cralle Foundation, named to honor Joan Cralle Day, the fellowship is available for graduate or professional study at UK for

Colonels mourn the loss of Centre great Joe McDaniel

Former football coach, golf coach and athletic director at Centre College, Joe McDaniel, passed away Monday evening. McDaniel, for whom the Farris Stadium field is named, served Centre athletics for more than two decades, most notably as the Colonel football coach from 1980-1997. He ultimately earned a spot in Centre's Hall of Fame in 2002.

By |2020-01-28T14:25:35-05:00January 28th, 2020|Athletics, News|

Mason earns win No. 400 in “Gold Out” victory over Berry

Centre head coach Greg Mason earned win number 400 Friday evening, leading his squad past Southern Athletic Association rival Berry by a 74-67 margin inside Alumni Gymnasium. Already the program's winningest coach, Mason reached the milestone in what was dubbed the SAA "Game of the Week," which featured seven ties and 10 lead changes. Centre

By |2020-01-13T11:13:17-05:00January 13th, 2020|Athletics, News|

[VIDEO] A Storied Centre | Part 11: Centre-U.K. basketball game (2017)

Award-winning documentary producer Tom Thurman ’84 and the students in two CentreTerm film classes have created a 73-minute bicentennial documentary titled, “A Storied Centre.” The documentary was designed to be broken into 12 segments. Throughout the course of Centre College’s bicentennial, segments of the documentary will be released on the bicentennial website on the last

By |2019-12-17T10:31:24-05:00December 17th, 2019|Athletics, Bicentennial, News|

Competitive varsity cheer and stunt program being added at Centre College

What has been a club sport for decades at Centre College will soon transition to the varsity level with the addition of a new program in competitive cheer and stunt. To lead the effort, a search will soon be launched to hire a full-time coach. In announcing the addition, Centre AD Brad Fields said that

By |2019-08-07T17:00:06-04:00August 7th, 2019|Athletics, News|

Student-Athlete Haley Akers ’22 dives deep into Cleveland Clinic medical internship  

Teamwork, communication and self-discipline are all skills rising Centre College sophomore Haley Akers ’22 (Danville, Kentucky) says she's gained through her Centre experience—both in the classroom and as a member of the College's swim team—and now she's applying that preparation to her summer medical internship at the Cleveland Clinic in Weston, Florida. Akers was one

By |2019-08-05T13:38:07-04:00August 2nd, 2019|Athletics, Internships, News|

Centre Athletics unveils new logos

The Centre athletic department announced Thursday the addition of new secondary and tertiary logos, to supplement the existing "C" and wordmarks. Inspired by the military rank of Colonel insignia and the Kentucky Colonel pin, Centre's new logos officially replace the vacated "Colonel Head" imagery. The secondary logo (above) – or "Insignia" – features a right-facing eagle and gold

By |2019-07-25T19:06:52-04:00July 25th, 2019|Athletics, News|

Carter Alvey ’22 represents United States in Paralympics Soccer World Cup in Spain

Rising Centre College sophomore Carter Alvey (Mount Washington, Kentucky) recently participated in the Paralympics Soccer World Cup in Spain as a member of the United States national team. Through his participation, Alvey represented the 23 million Americans who have Cerebral Palsy (CP), and he claims that being selected as the goalkeeper for this team is

By |2019-07-19T13:47:32-04:00July 19th, 2019|Athletics, News|
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