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  • Olivet Launches Outdoor Recreation and Clay Target Program

    High school graduates who compete in clay target leagues can now continue their sport at the college level with an opportunity to earn a scholarship at Olivet College in Olivet, Michigan. This fall, the College will launch its new outdoor recreation and clay target program. Olivet College continues to accept students for the fall 2019 […]

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  • 2019 Athletic Camps Offer Opportunities for All Ages

    Developing tennis players and wrestlers have the opportunity to experience what it’s like to be an Olivet College Comet this summer by attending an athletic camp. Athletes will learn from OC’s acclaimed coaches and interact with OC’s student-athletes. Olivet College sports summer camps are designed to encourage a healthy lifestyle, teach valuable skills and give […]

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  • Karina Marin — OC is the Perfect Catch

    “Olivet College felt like a second home.” That’s how rising sophomore Karina Marin knew she had found the right college. Karina is from Temecula, California, and her number one passion is softball. Eager to leave her comfort zone, Karina’s interest in the sport and the opportunity to earn a spot on OC’s roster in just […]

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  • Five Minutes With Head Men’s Basketball Coach Sam Hargraves

    Sam Hargraves was recently named head men’s basketball coach at Olivet College. He brings a unique combination of experience as both a coach and player in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Coach Hargraves previously led a team to the NCAA Division III Elite 8 in 2015-16. Subsequently, he was named the Great Lakes District Coach […]

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  • It’s All in Your Head: OC’s Sports Psychology Major

    Athletes quickly learn that physical activity is only half the battle when it comes to playing the game. What’s possibly even more important is the mental piece of the puzzle. Graduates of Olivet College’s sports psychology program learn how to channel that mental capacity and use it to help athletes — and non-athletes — exceed […]

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  • No Goal is Too Big for Sophomore Crystal Lettinga

    As sophomores, most students are still adjusting to college life. They might join a club or a team, but many students wait until their senior year to tackle their biggest goals. That’s not the case for sophomore Crystal Lettinga.  Crystal is a journalism and mass communication (JMC) major from Byron Center. She’s a dedicated member […]

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