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Hobart College hockey senior captain TJ Schultz recently accepted an offer to work at Aon following graduation. A native of Evanston, Ill., he secured a position in the company’s Chicago office. Aon is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. The company works in 120 countries to empower

William Smith College sophomore Julia Berg was recently named one of 10 Girls Soccer Players of the Decade by Scrimmage Play. Scrimmage Play is Central Virginia’s leading high school and community sports news coverage website. The list encompasses students that graduated in the 10 years of Scrimmage Play’s existence, 2010-20. Berg, a native of Charlottesville, Va., was

New York Post columnist Steve Serby included former Statesman and current Tampa Bay Buccaneer offensive line Ali Marpet ’15 in his story, “The 32 unsung heroes of 2020 NFL season.” Now in his sixth year as a starter, Marpet helped the Bucs to a 26-14 win over Minnesota on Sunday, improving Tampa’s record to 8-5.

William Smith College Head Soccer Coach Aliceann Wilber will be presented with the Women’s Soccer Award of Excellence at the United Soccer Coaches annual convention in January. The 2019 Liberty League Coach of the Year is just the fourth coach from Division III to win the award. “Aliceann Wilber‘s commitment to excellence on and off the field

Before the 2001 Minnesota Twins outfield of Torii Hunter, Jacques Jones and Matt Lawton adopted the moniker “Soul Patrol,” there was Hobart’s all-Black midfield unit of Malcolm Anderson ’87, Ray “Tiny” Crawford ’87 and Mark “Skip” Darden ’87. US Lacrosse Magazine recently featured the trio in a story, “The Inside Story of Hobart’s historic ‘Soul Patrol.’”

On Wednesday, Nov. 18, Hobart rowers, sophomore Bryce Miltenberger and first-year Conrad Palmer, moderated a Zoom panel with Arshay Cooper discussing “A Most Beautiful Thing” a movie inspired by his memoir “Suga Water.” The film is also available on Amazon Prime. On the Zoom panel, Cooper was joined by Khuram Hussain, Vice President for Diversity, Equity

“Be a goal scorer, first and foremost” Head Coach Greg Raymond and Voice of the Statesmen Ted Baker are joined in the studio by Assistant Coach Stephen Brundage for the latest episode of the Hobart lacrosse podcast. Ted asks the coaches, “What do we know about the 2021 season?” “What does it mean to play fast?” and “I’m a

In order to protect the health and well-being of Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ student-athletes and the larger campus and Geneva communities from the effects of COVID-19, HWS, along with the Liberty League, has canceled winter sports competition and championships. Associate Vice President and Director of Athletics and Recreation Deb Steward made the announcement on

The Hobart College soccer team was named a United Soccer Coaches College Team Academic Award winner for the 2019-20 academic year. It’s the 13th straight year the Statesmen have earned the award. Hobart is one of the 333 men’s teams to be honored. To be eligible, a team must have a combined grade point average

The William Smith College soccer team recently landed at the top of the College Athletic Advisor “Programs That Inspire” list for 2020. College Athletic Advisor compiles holistic program rankings that are open to all four-year collegiate women’s soccer programs outside of Division I. The list was created out of a grouping of over 1,200 collegiate