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  • Five Minutes with Haley Hunnewell, Assistant Athletic Director

    Haley Hunnewell recently joined the Olivet College family to serve as the assistant athletic director. Her passion for higher education has shaped both her personal life and professional career, and Haley proudly holds a bachelor’s in education, a master’s in business administration and a Juris Doctorate. She previously served in compliance coordination at a Division […]

  • Junior Francesco Ruffini: Strength and Conditioning for the Body and Resume

    Junior Francesco Ruffini isn’t a typical college athlete. In fact, he’s gotten a jump-start on his coaching career during his time at OC. Francesco, an exercise science and sports psychology student, has an ultimate goal to become a strength and conditioning coach at a college or university in a Power Five conference. Thanks to the […]

  • Trophies Collect Dust, but Relationships Last

    On and off the field, Olivet College football coaches mentor student-athletes and shape them into respectable young men. Supported by the “One Win” philosophy, the team focuses on winning in all aspects of life, and guided by their coaches, these student-athletes can accomplish that goal. For Head Coach Dan “Moose” Musielewicz, it’s about living out […]

  • Five Minutes with Matthew Gay, Outdoor Recreation and Competitive Clay Target Program Head Coach

    Matthew Gay serves as the head coach for Olivet College’s outdoor recreation and competitive clay target program. The program supports Michigan’s long-standing outdoor traditions and provides a unique opportunity for thousands of active high school student-athletes to continue their sport at the college level with great benefits. Team and academic requirements ensure responsibility and safety […]

  • Chad Enwright Deserves His Own Advice Column

    Chad Enwright isn’t your typical Canadian. Sure, he loves maple syrup and Tim Horton’s is his go-to for a caffeine fix. But when it comes to playing hockey? “I’m like Bambi on ice,” he said. So it’s no wonder the sophomore business administration major has chosen to pursue football throughout his college career. In addition […]

  • Lillian Albaugh — Shooting for Success

    During just her first year at Olivet, Lillian Albaugh made an impressive stake in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). She finished her shot put season in 11th place at the 2019 NCAA DIII Outdoor Track and Field Championships. “The reason why I joined the track team at Olivet […]

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