See what happened in Briton sports the week of April 10-14.
After five seasons as a club sport, both men’s and women’s lacrosse is finally gaining varsity status.
The 2009 March Madness Final Four Tournament, arguably the most anticipated sporting event in college, has been canceled.
How did the Britons fair the week of March 27 through March 31?
Melinda Withrow is an Albion College employee and single mother of three. She remembers suffering from pneumonia for three weeks knowing that she could not afford prescriptions because she had to feed her family. It was either one or the other.
Ander Monson, an award-winning creative, non-fiction, fiction, poetry and essay writer, recently visited Albion on his reading and book signing tour. While visiting, Monson read selections of his creative non-fiction work such as “The Essay Vanishes,” as well as various selections of poetry. Monson, who grew up in Houghton, Mich., now resides in Arizona with his wife, teaching at Arizona State University and continuing to write.
From throwing a 50 pitch bull pen to swimming a 50-meter freestyle, practice days have become pretty hectic for Ryan Gunderson, Grosse Pointe senior.