Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to shed pounds, compete for prizes and add money to the scholarship fund. Weigh-ins begin Jan. 23 between 9 a and 12 p in the Health Services office in Rm 304 | Student Center. Read the news story.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to shed pounds, compete for prizes and add money to the general scholarship in the second annual Make Marble Pay program. Weigh-ins begin Monday, Jan. 23 between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. in the Health Services office in Room 304 of the Student Center.
After generating more than $4000 in scholarship money and more than 400 pounds lost, the Make Marble Pay weight loss and health awareness program begins its second year with new prizes and new challenges on Jan. 23 at the University of Science and Arts.
2013: Adams had a stellar sophomore season, leading the team in RBIs with 40 and home runs with seven on the season. As the starting catcher, Adams played in nearly every game. One of her best games was a late conference game against Mid-America Christian, where she recorded two home runs and six RBIs.
2013: Neill made 32 appearances for the Drovers, including 22 starts, her sophomore season. She scored a total of nine runs and batted in another five runners. Her best offensive series was an early doubleheaderagainst Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College. In those two games, she scored a total of five runs, hit three doubles and a triple and batted four runners in.
2013: As a junior, Reeves scored 24 runs and batted in another 17, playing first base in every game of the season. With 412 putouts on the year, she came in eighth in the NAIA. She hit a triple in each game of a February doubleheader against Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College and recorded home runs against Northwood, Mid-America Christian and Saint Gregory’s.