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Baseball Player Makes a Surprise Proposal

Connor Grant on one knee in front of Kelsey Corless It was always going to happen. Connor Grant ’18 and Kelsey Corless had known each other since seventh grade in Lake Orion, Michigan. They were high school sweethearts. And though he went to Kalamazoo College while she attended Grand Valley … Continue reading

K Alumnus Named to International Tennis Hall of Fame

Former Kalamazoo College Tennis Standout Vic Braden Rejuvenation might be a theme for this year’s tennis Australian Open. Venus and Serena Williams meet in the women’s singles championships match. And if Rafael Nadal (age 30) wins his semifinal match, he’ll face the 35-year-old (ancient by professional tennis … Continue reading

Women’s Athletics Pioneer Passes

Women's Athletics Pioneer Tish Loveless Dies Ada Letitia (“Tish”) Loveless, Ph.D., women’s athletics pioneer and longtime Director of Women’s Athletics at Kalamazoo College, died on Thursday, September 22, 2016, at her home. She was 91 years old. Tish served as Director of Women’s Athletics from 1953 … Continue reading

College Tests Football Lights

Kalamazoo College Tests Football Lights Be Light, indeed! After a 30-some-year absence, stadium lights once again light Angell Field, home to the Kalamazoo College Hornet football team. With help from Musco Sports Lighting and Hi-Tech Electric, K is now the first sports stadium in Michigan … Continue reading

Ready, Set, GOLF!

Golf ball on tee Once a year Kalamazoo College alumni are invited to join other alums, K athletes, coaches and staff for a day of swinging clubs to benefit the Hornet Athletic Association. This year’s golf jamboree is set for Monday, June 27, at … Continue reading

Study Abroad in Soccer

Study Abroad in Soccer Like many Kalamazoo College student athletes over the years, junior Andrew Bremer will enjoy a spring term international experience. His travel will take him to Spain, the Netherlands and (possibly) to Brazil, not as a currently enrolled K student but … Continue reading