We believe playing the sport you love is a key aspect of a stellar education. The companies that hire our Athlete-Scholars cite their work ethic, time management and collaborative spirit — all attributes developed though teamwork and high-level competition.
Proud members of the Liberty League, our 11 men’s and 12 women’s varsity teams compete in the NCAA’s Division III — with the exception of lacrosse, which competes in Division I.
We also have robust club and intramural offerings. We’re good at helping students maintain the balance.
Come do what you love. Get a great education. Here, you can have both.
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Hobart graduate (and economics major) Ali Marpet ’15 was a starting guard for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 2021 Super Bowl victory. Selected in the second round (61st overall pick) of the 2015 NFL draft, Marpet is the highest-drafted Div. III player in NFL history. Also a leader off the field, Marpet founded the Buccaneers’ Social Justice Initiative and serves on the NFL economic committee.
Keogh’s brace powers William Smith past Arcadia 6-1
William Smith College forward Julia Keogh scored a pair of goals as the second-ranked Herons rolled to a 6-1 victory over Arcadia, which was receiving votes in the United Soccer Coaches preseason poll, on Cozzens Field this afternoon. With the win, the Herons are now 2-1-1 on the season.
Hobart shuts out Morrisville in home opener
The Hobart College football team pitched a shutout on defense and scored on seven of its final 10 possessions to score a 41-0 victory over Morrisville State College this afternoon. It's the Statesmen's first shutout since Oct. 7, 2017, when they blanked Rensselaer 30-0.
Fry kicks off Napier Leadership/Peak Performance series
Performance Plan series will kick off with a presentation led by social justice educator Jen Fry. She will give a presentation entitled "Inclusive Playbook: How to Create a Culture of Inclusive Excellence."