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  • Thursday, March 15, 2018 12:43 PM
    Wabash College sophomore first baseman Jackson Blevins earned North Coast Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Week honors after hitting .455 in five games last week.
    Blevins collected 10 hits in 22 at bats for the Little Giants in the final five games of the team's spring break trip to Tucson, Arizona. Wabash won its final five contests as part of a 6-1 effort during the trip and an 8-2 overall mark this season.
    Blevins, a transfer from Saint Joseph College after its closed in 2017, smashed eight extra-base hits in his ten total hits for the week with four doubles and four triples. He drove in nine runs and scored five times. Blevins went 3-for-4 at the plate with five RBI in the Little Giants' 15-4 win over Wheaton College. He finished with two doubles and one triple. He followed that game with two hits, ting the school record with two triples, in a 10-6 victory against Bethany Lutheran.
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  • Thursday, March 15, 2018 12:42 PM
    Henry Wannemuehler drove in four runs on three hits as the Wabash offense continued to roll in its 12-2 win Thursday evening over Marian University (WI) in Tucson, Arizona.
    Wannemuehler hit two doubles in addition to a triple for three of the Little Giants' five extra-base hits. Sean Roginski and Jackson Blevins each hit doubles as part of a 12-hit effort for Wabash (6-2).
    Wabash trailed 1-0 after Marian (0-1) scored an unearned run in second inning. The Little Giants pushed a pair of runs across in the third on a two-run double by Roginski to take the lead. Wannemuehler drove in two runs in the top of the fourth on a double over the head of the Sabres' left fielder to bring home Jordan Hansen and Bryce Aldridge. Wannemuehler came home on a single by Jared Wolfe to make it a 5-1 game. Roginski singled home another run in the inning to provide Wabash a 6-1 lead after four innings.
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  • Jacob Pactor named Director of Career Center at Wabash
    Wednesday, December 7, 2016 4:00 AM
    Wabash College President Gregory Hess has announced the appointment of Jacob S. Pactor as the Director of the Schroeder Center for Career Development. Pactor, a 2004 graduate of Wabash, will begin his leadership of the Career Center on Jan. 3, 2017.
    “Jacob was extremely impressive during the recruitment process,” said Dean for Professional Development Steven Jones. “He effectively communicated and demonstrated the organizational, communication, and relationship-building skills, which are critical to this position. He will be a strong addition to the Career Services Team.”
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  • Bell falls from grasp
    Sunday, November 13, 2016 7:40 PM
    Wabash rallied from an early 14-0 deficit, tied the game at 17-all in the third quarter, and took a 34-30 lead with 2:06 to play. But DePauw stormed back in the final minute to claim a 37-34 win in the 123rd Monon Bell Classic.
    The win for the Tigers snapped a seven-game Wabash winning streak in the rivalry. The rivalry dates to 1890. Both teams finished 8-2 on the season.
    Senior quarterback Connor Rice, who threw for a career high 336 yards, hit Oliver Page for 28- and 20-yard touchdown passes in the second half. But the Tigers' quarterback Matt Hunt had the final say.
    Hunt, starting in his fourth Monon Bell Game, led his team 80 yards in less than 90 seconds, and hit his brother, Andy, on a 13-yard corner route for the go-ahead touchdown with 38 seconds remaining.
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  • Monday, October 24, 2016 4:00 AM
    Tickets for the 123rd Monon Bell Classic between Wabash College and DePauw University will go on sale today at 10 a.m. 
    Wabash and DePauw will meet on Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. on Sewell Field at Hollett Little Giant Stadium on Wabash College's campus.
    For the first time, multiple ticket options will be available for advance sale:
    Monon Bell Classic General Admission Ticket: offering one-time game day entry to non-reserved seating areas of the Hollett Stadium, for $25 per single-admission ticket.
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  • Sunday, October 23, 2016 11:25 PM

    Senior quarterback Connor Rice threw for a career-high 307 yards and two touchdowns to lead Wa-bash to a 34-24 win over the College of Wooster. The Little Giants improved to 6-1 on a festive Family Day.
    Rice was laser-sharp in connecting on 22-of-27 passes and found seven different receivers. Sopho-more Oliver Page caught eight passes for 146 yards, while sophomore Ryan Thomas and senior Sammy Adams each caught first-half touchdown strikes.
    Coach Don Morel praised his senior captain for both his passing and his leadership.

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  • Monday, October 17, 2016 4:00 AM
    GAMBIER, Ohio – Senior quarterback Connor Rice produced a pair of scores for Wabash Saturday while the defense held Kenyon's Brian Hunca to 39 receiving yards in a 24-3 win for the Little Giants.
    Hunca entered the game as Division III's leading receiver, averaging 164.3 yards per game. Wabash limited the senior to seven receptions with a longest effort of 18 yards. Junior defensive back Brian Parks recorded four of the Little Giants' 12 pass breakups on the day to set both new Wabash individual and team records.
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  • Saturday, October 15, 2016 4:00 AM
    Wabash opens the final five games of the North Coast Athletic Conference portion of its football schedule Saturday afternoon against Division III's top wide receiver when it travels to play Kenyon College (3-3, 2-3 NCAC) at 1 p.m.
    Senior wideout Brian Hunca leads the nation with 986 receiving yards and has caught seven touchdown passes. A two-time All-NCAC selection, Hunca led the NCAC in receiving yards with 1,096. This year he's already closing in on 1,000 yards while no other pass catcher in the league has more than 495 yards through the midway point of the season.
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  • Monday, October 10, 2016 9:42 PM
    Austin Brown and Ryan Walters each returned interceptions for touchdowns and the Wabash football team rolled to a 51-0 win over Oberlin on Homecoming.
    The Little Giants were dominant on both sides of the ball, sprinted out to a 44-0 halftime lead, and the bench preserved the shutout to improve to 4-1 on the year.
    "We're becoming more efficient and disciplined, and I feel like this team is getting better every week," said head coach Don Morel.
    Senior quarterback Connor Rice connected with Kirby Cox on a 40-yard bomb early in the game that set up the next play — a screen pass to running back Matt Penola, who weaved his way into the end zone from 29 yards out for the game's first score.
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  • Tuesday, October 4, 2016 4:00 AM
    Jessie Mills and the cast of Peter and the Starcatcher invite audiences to give in to the power of imagination and enjoy a magical evening filled with comedy, romance, and adventure. The five-time Tony Award-winning play opens at Wabash College Wednesday and runs nightly through Saturday in Ball Theater of the Fine Arts Center.
    Wabash is the first college in Indiana to produce Peter and the Starcatcher, the absurdly funny and imaginative play based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. Curtain is at 8 p.m. each evening. Tickets are free, but must be reserved at www.wabash.edu/boxoffice
    Peter and the Starcatcher, a grownup’s prequel to Peter Pan, tells the story of the orphans before they became Lost Boys, and the Boy who would become Peter — and why he will never grow up. 
    “The legacy and mythology of Peter Pan and the whole idea of boyhood are exciting topics to explore, especially at Wabash,” said director Jessie Mills. 
    “This is a play that is built on a fantastic, chaotic ensemble, and the production absolutely requires a multifaceted, multitalented, and extremely generous cast, and we have that here. They have embraced the themes of the play and thoroughly explored the process of creating this whole new world. They are so good at working together.”
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  • Saturday, September 10, 2016 4:00 AM
    Six Wabash College degree programs rank among the top 1 percent of programs nationwide according to rankings of U.S. colleges and universities by College Factual. Inclusion in College Factual’s rankings means that Wabash ranks among the top 17 percent of nearly 1,400 four-year colleges in the United States. College Factual’s listings are focused on the different aspects of the education an institution provides, including factors like overall quality, best value, and rankings for specific majors.
    In addition, College Factual considers Wabash to be an excellent value, ranking in the top nine percent of all schools nationally, saying “Wabash College's emphasis on high quality education, combined with its overall low net price, delivers students a great value for the money.”
    Twenty-four Wabash programs were ranked in the top 15 percent nationally, including 13 in the top 5 percent. Further, six were tabbed in the top 1 percent nationwide, including foreign languages and linguistics, Germanic languages, history, and mathematics and statistics.
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  • Friday, September 9, 2016 6:47 PM
    The Wabash College Art Department presents the opening of, Dirt & Flowers: and other things we eat and breathe: works by Charles A. Gick. The exhibit debuts with an opening reception from 7-8:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 12, in the Fine Art Center’s Eric Dean Gallery.
    In Dirt & Flowers: and other things we eat and breathe, Gick’s poetic works of art confront and examine humanity’s often tenuous, physical, intellectual, and emotional relationship with art, nature and science. His paintings, photography, sculpture, video, and installation art are inspired by the brief experiences found in the environment, such as a gust of wind, a violent storm, or the simple passing of a cloud. Gick’s art is presented as an element of nature.
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  • Wabash golf team notches another honor
    Thursday, August 11, 2016 11:12 PM
    For the seventh year in a row, the Wabash College golf team received All-Academic Team honors from the Golf Coaches Association of America.
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