Archive for Sports

Shuk Is Moving Up and Digging Deep

Not many people can say they are ranked fourth in the country for anything. Monica Shuk, a Milford, Michigan, sophomore, is one of the few who can. Shuk claims a national ranking for the number of [...]

Major League Soccer on the Horizon for Detroit

According to Bill Shae, there may be even more development of sports arenas in downtown Detroit in the future. Billionaires Dan Gilbert and Tom Gores have reportedly come together to bring a Major League Soccer expansion [...]

Opinion: Take a Knee

Two years ago, watching my first collegiate football game as part of the marching band, I was shocked when someone among us yelled for us to sit down. I looked around, confused at why we needed [...]

Swimming and Diving Season Preview

On Saturday, Oct. 8, the Brits hosted Wabash College and Hillsdale College for their first meet of the year. Against Wabash, the men defeated the Little Giants 213-87, and the women were able to take down [...]

Robertson Impresses in Collegiate Debut

On Sept. 17, Mac Robertson, a Zeeland, Michigan, first-year, competed in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America Collegiate National Open Water Championships in Lawrence, Kansas. Robertson completed the race in one hour and six minutes and [...]

Where Are They Now: Craig Miller, ’77

Each year, Albion College elects 10-11 alums who participated in Albion’s athletic programs to be inducted into the Albion College Hall of Fame. Of the 10 individuals elected this year, one of them is Craig Miller [...]