Friday, December 20, 2013

Podcast: 2013 Eagle women's soccer season review

The 2013 Edgewood College women's soccer team won their first conference title since 2006, for their 10th conference title in history. The Eagles advanced all the way to the NACC Tournament championship match. Listen as head coach Tim Alexander talks about the 2013 team.

2013 Women's Soccer review:

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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Podcast: 2013 men's soccer season review

Edgewood College head men's soccer coach Tim Alexander visited with Director of Athletic Communications David Petroff to discuss the 2013 season. The Eagles reached the NACC Tournament as the sixth seed, but the pulled off a thrilling run all the way to the championship match. Listen here:

2013 Men's Soccer review:

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Monday, December 16, 2013

Podcast: 2013 Eagle volleyball season review

Edgewood College head volleyball coach Paul Schlomer sat down with Director of Athletics Communications David Petroff to talk about the Eagles 2013 season. Edgewood College won their second straight conference title and advanced to the NACC Tournament championship match for the second consecutive season.

2013 Volleyball review:

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Friday, October 4, 2013

#Tweagles Talk: Samantha Himmelspach

Are you not getting enough puppy pictures in your daily diet? Well, good news - Samantha Himmelspach will provide plenty. Take a look at the Eagles' defensive specialist in this edition of #Tweagles Talk!

4,860 Tweets / 507 Following / 256 Followers

Q. What is your Twitter handle and how did you come up with it?

A: @SHimmelspach, Really not that creative just mashed my name together

Q. How often do you check Twitter?

A: Usually two to three times a day on average, sometimes I forget all about it though!

Q. What would you say is your average number of Tweets?

A: On average I usually tweet about 2-3 times a day! However, I tweet the most after big wins for ECVB (@ECEagles_VB) or if Cute Emergency (@CuteEmergency) is really upping their game on cute puppies for the day! (I retweet those often)

Q. Which of your teammates has the best Tweets and why?

A: I would say that the teammates with the best tweets are Katie Wedvick (@kwedvick) and Jessi Martin (@JessiMartin_11) mainly because all three of our tweets are of cute puppies and the obnoxious amount of food we like to eat!

Q. The people I follow in volleyball are…

A: Everyone on the team that has one! The only one who I think I don't follow (because she doesn't have one) is Lindsey Swansby! Along with the coaches, who have displayed their struggles with the twitter world!

Q. Someone who you wouldn’t think I follow is…

A: The entire casts of Scandal (@ScandalABC)and Grey's Anatomy (@GreysABC). However, the people who know me probably aren't that surprised by that!

Q. The people whose tweets you can’t miss…

A: Liz Evans (@MITSUK0_) because all she does is make fun of herself for being tall and awkward; especially around attractive men!

Q. I wish _____ was on Twitter.

A: Paul Schlomer because I wish the entire world was informed on all the crazy facts and metaphors that we as a team are subject to everyday!

Q. What Edgewood College coach or athlete do you wish was on Twitter?

A: Other than Paul, I would have to say Lindsey Swansby, mainly because she's a quiet girl but the one-liners that come out of her mouth are something nobody should miss!

If you have not seen the Edgewood College volleyball team in action this season, get to the Todd Wehr Edgedome this Saturday for a big Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference match against Dominican University! Gametime is at noon. If you can't make it Saturday, take a look at the rest of the Eagles' schedule to plan an outing. 


Thursday, July 11, 2013

Summer of the Eagles: Summer baseball leagues

Andrew Lauritzen
A number of Edgewood College baseball players are gaining experience and honing their skills in collegiate summer leagues.

Rising senior pitcher Trevor Koehn played the first half of the season with the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters of the Northwoods League. Koehn made five appearances and got stronger nearly every time out of bull pen. He went 1-1, picking up his first win on June 30 when he threw three innings of shutout ball, which gave the Rafters the chance to rally from behind for an 8-6 victory over the La Crosse Loggers. Koehn had a 3.68 earned run average in 14.2 innings pitched, while striking out seven batters. The Northwoods League is generally considered one of the nation's top wood bat collegiate summer leagues.

Andrew Lauritzen picked up right where he left off at the end of his freshman season for the Eagles. Laurtizen, playing for the Olympia (Wash.) Athletics in the Puget Sound Collegiate League, leads the entire PSCL in batting average (.500) and is third in slugging percentage (.553) as of July 7. Laurtizen's team is currently fourth in the PSCL with a record of 7-11.

Ryan O'Dell, who will be a senior next season, is playing again for the Oswego (Ill.) Cats in the Chicago Suburban Baseball League. Last summer O'Dell and the Cats won the AABC Illinois State championship, the AABC North Central Regional Championship and advanced to the AABC Stan Musial World Series where they placed fourth. O'Dell is currently hitting .291 and is second on the team with 14 runs batted in. O'Dell's team has won 11 of their last 13 games and is in second place with a 13-8 record.

Other Eagles are playing in the legendary Home Talent Baseball League, an adult amateur circuit based in south central Wisconsin that began in 1929. Ben Jennings is playing for Black Earth, who currently leads the Northern Section, Jared Raupp is on the Monroe team and Peter Hefty is playing for Hollandale. Hefty ranks eighth in the Western Section with a .361 batting average.


Monday, July 1, 2013

Summer of the Eagles: Coaches vs. Cancer

MADISON, Wis. - Edgewood College men's basketball head coach Justin Meyer, along with four other collegiate basketball coaches from Wisconsin teamed up to beat cancer last May. Coach Meyer was joined at the Coaches vs. Cancer Wisconsin Gala by UW-Madison coach Bo Ryan, UW-Milwaukee coach Rob Jeter, UW-Parkside coach Luke Reigel and UW-Platteville coach Jeff Gard.

Now in its sixth year, the Coaches vs. Cancer Gala, held at the University of Wisconsin's Kohl Center raised $690,000 to support the American Cancer Society's mission to save lives. The 2013 gala included both a silent and live auction including memorabilia, sporting events tickets, gift certificates to local business and luxury vacation getaways.

This year's total made the Coaches vs. Cancer Wisconsin Gala the number one fundraising Coaches vs. Cancer fundraising event in the nation this year.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Summer of the Eagles: Ben Pratscher

No more classes, no more books, no more teachers' dirty looks, right? (Well, not our Edgewood College professors. We love you!).

Summer is certainly meant to be a time for our Edgewood College student-athletes to take a break from their academics, recharge their batteries and without question, have some fun. For many Eagles, like Ben Pratscher, summer is a chance to give to others who could use a helping hand.

This summer Ben, an Edgewood College men's tennis player, was hired to the staff of the Appalachia Service Project (ASP). ASP recruits volunteers to work with low-income families in Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee and Virginia to renovate sub-standard housing and provide a warm, dry and safe place to live.

You can read all about Ben and his work with ASP on his blog "The Life of a Staffer." Follow the link and read about Ben and his volunteer teams working to put families in need in homes they can depend on.


Thursday, May 9, 2013

Eagle women's tennis featured on NBC-15

The Edgewood College women's tennis left for Chicago on Wednesday to prepare for their fourth NCAA Division III Tournament appearance in the last five years. NBC-15 of Madison caught up with head coach Ben Oestreich and the team on their last practice before the trip. Special thanks to Robb Vogel and Hobie Artigue for the coverage...

Friday, May 3, 2013

Eagles tops in NAC on social media

Nobody wins every conference title, but Edgewood College is currently winning the Northern Athletics Conference social media race! As of May 3, 2013, here are the total number of Facebook likes and Twitter followers on each member school's main athletics account...

Edgewood 1,429
Aurora 1,310
Benedictine 1,182
Concordia Wis. 1,111
Lakeland 867
Wis. Lutheran 739
Dominican 577
Alverno 329
Concordia Chi. 307
Rockford 295
Marian 249
MSOE 233

Edgewood 937
Concordia Wis. 778
Lakeland 745
Benedictine 672
Wis. Lutheran 646
Aurora 635
Concordia Chi. 528
Marian 486
MSOE 381
Dominican 376
Alverno 285
Maranatha Baptist 98
Rockford 89

Thanks to all the Edgewood College Eagles fans who use social media to follow our teams! Spread the word and keep the Eagles on top!


Thursday, May 2, 2013

Dave Pallone's visit to Edgewood College

On Friday, April 26, former Major League Baseball umpire Dave Pallone visited Edgewood College to talk to Eagle student-athletes on sexual orientation in life and athletics. Both WISC-TV 3 and WMTV NBC 15 covered his lecture in Anderson Auditorium....

Openly gay umpire talks sports, sexuality barriers (Courtesy of WISC-TV 3)

Here's the story from Hobie Artigue from WMTV NBC-15. (Direct link)


Thursday, April 25, 2013

#Tweagles Talk: Tiffani Pierce

It has been a while since we have posted a #Tweagles talk, but you don't want to miss out on this one!   Get to know the Edgewood College softball team after following this student-athlete!

3,520 Tweets / 191 Following / 151 Followers

Q. What is your Twitter handle and how did you come up with it?

A: @Tifferssniffer, It was an old AOL screen name made by my sister and a friend. 

Q. How often do you check Twitter?

A: Probably every 3 hours.

Q. What would you say is your average number of Tweets?

A: Maybe two on average a day.

Q. Which of your teammates has the best Tweets and why?

A: Karlie Klossner (@KKlossner) has the best tweets because she uses very inspirational quotes that helps the day going.

Q. The people I follow in softball are…

A: Jessica Spitzer (@Jessie_Rae10), Carlene DeCoster (@carlenedecoster), Charnette Leikness (@CLeikness), Alexis Unser (@Lexi_unser), Karlie Klossner (@KKlossner), Rachel DeJongh (@ratcheldejongh), Jackie Diesch (@JDiesch), Taylor Buchanan (@TaylorBuchanan2), Taylor Harbort (@taylorrrh21), and Caitlin Lowe (@Caitlinlowe), a softball player from University of Arizona and played on the USA team.

Q. Someone who you wouldn’t think I follow is…

A: Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow), she is too funny!

Q. The people whose tweets you can’t miss…

A: I don't have one specific person, everyone I follow is entertaining.

Q. I wish _____ was on Twitter.

A: Things Charlie says because Charnette Leikness (@CLeiknesssays the funniest things that should be documented.

Q. What Edgewood College coach or athlete do you wish was on Twitter?

A: Mike Metcalf, assistant softball coach and head of security, he always has something hilarious to say. 

Follow Tiffani and the rest of the Edgewood College softball as they make a run at the Northern Athletics Conference tournament. The Eagles have doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday and the rest of their schedule can be seen here


Thursday, April 4, 2013

WISC-TV3: Coaches react to Rutgers basketball video

Edgewood College head men's basketball coach Justin Meyer was featured in a WISC-TV3 piece by Mary Jo Ola about the incident regarding the Rutgers coaching situation.

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Separated at birth?

The Eagles' Carlene DeCoster (left) and actress Ellen Page (right)
If you attend an Edgewood College softball game this season for the first time you might hear “Here we go, Juno” or “Come on Juno!” from the Eagles dugout. Don’t bother looking at your program. There’s no one named Juno there. Junior Carlene DeCoster (@carlenedecoster) was tagged with the nickname her freshman year that has stuck with her throughout her time here at Edgewood College. Where did it come from?

Have you ever seen the movie Juno with the actress Ellen Page? Well, that is her in the picture (on the right) and this is where the pseudonym all began. DeCoster says you can give the credit to teammate and starting shortstop Jessica Spitzer, who recognized DeCoster’s looks and even voice to be like that of the talented actress. The entire year the whole team continued to call her “Juno” and eventually it stuck.

When asked about the alias, DeCoster replied “If anyone on the softball team calls me Carlene, it is super weird and I feel like I’m in trouble or something. Half the time I don’t even respond to Carlene anymore.”

Would she legally change her name? “I might consider it. I’ve had this conversation with multiple people before. I love the nickname Juno, however, I’m not really sure what my family would think.”

Now this is not just for the softball team only, but it has traveled to school as well. “I would say that a decent amount of the people that I’ve met at school call me Juno and probably half of them think it’s my real name. Since all the softball girls call me that, other people just think it’s my real name.”

Even at a summer waitressing job DeCoster tricked her entire table. “I had a table that was legitimately convinced I was Ellen Page’s twin or something. The crazy lady called me Juno the entire time they were there and she kept pulling up a photo on her phone and creepily holding it up to me and going on about how much I look like her. It was extremely weird.”

Now the next time you head out to Ceniti Park in Verona to cheer on the Eagles, you can join in the cheers as well. Soon enough, you might find it difficult to call her Carlene as well.


Monday, March 18, 2013

A behind-the-scenes look at the Tucson Invitational

The Edgewood College softball team traveled to Arizona to play 10 games in five days at the Tucson Invitational this past week. The Eagles battled hard and even though they did not come away with a win, the team found positives in nearly every game. What fans were not able to see was what happened during the time that was not spent on the diamond. Feel free to catch up with the Eagles and ask them about the trip! In the mean time, this video clip highlights some of the players' favorite moments of the Tucson Invitational...
On Friday, after five straight doubleheaders, the team got to relax at Trail Dust Town which was just a short drive from the hotel. Here are a few of the pictures from before dinner at Pinnacle Peak...
After a long non-conference schedule, the Eagles begin Northern Athletics Conference play on March 30 (weather permitting) as they host Lakeland College for a doubleheader. First pitch is scheduled for noon. Live stats and live video can be found at

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Softball: Eagles Karaoke!

One of the great traditions of the Edgewood College softball team's annual spring break trip: Bus Karaoke!  There's some actual talent in this group! Use the comments to vote for your favorites. Enjoy!


Friday, March 1, 2013

Podcast: 2013 Baseball preview

Edgewood College head baseball coach Al Brisack talked about his 2013 squad on the eve of their season opener.

The Eagles begin the year on Friday, March 1 at the Metrodome against St. John's University. The Eagles will also play Augsburg College on Saturday night. Edgewood College's home opener is March 29 at Stampfl Field against Maranatha Baptist. 

2013 Baseball Preview:


Tuesday, February 26, 2013

#Tweagles Talk: Tim Morgan

Another episode of #Tweagles Talk is here! If you don't follow him now, here is a good chance to change that! Maybe you can ask him about his infatuation with Notre Dame football too....

Tim Morgan (Tennis) - @t_morgan13
751 Tweets / 410 Following / 163 Followers

Q. What is your Twitter handle and how did you come up with it?
A: @t_morgan13 - Not very creative, just my first initial and last name and 13 was always my favorite number.

Q. How often do you check Twitter?
A: I check twitter between 5-10 times a day.

Q. What would you say is your average number of Tweets?
A: I am more of a follower on twitter. I don't tweet that often, maybe once a week.

Q. Which of your teammates has the best Tweets and why?
A: Our team is kinda slacking in the twitter world, but I expect that to change as the season goes on.

Q. The people I follow in soccer are…
A: Mardy Fish (@MardyFish), Rafa Nadal (@RafaelNadal), Patrick McEnroe (@PatrickMcEnroe), Nike Tennis (@NikeTennis), Andy Roddick (@andyroddick), John Isner (@JohnIsner), Sloane Stephens (@sloanetweets).

Q. Someone who you wouldn’t think I follow is…
A: Emma Watson (@EmWatson) or Tyler Eifert (@EiferTy80)

Q. The people whose tweets you can’t miss…
A: Woody Paige's (@woodypaige) Chalkboard tweets. 

Q. I wish _____ was on Twitter.
A: Bo Ryan

Q. What Edgewood College coach or athlete do you wish was on Twitter?
A: I wish Chance [Hernandez] was on twitter. He always has great words of wisdom whenever I stop in the training room and I feel like he should share them with the world. 

Check out Tim and the rest of the Edgewood College men's tennis team as they play UW-La Crosse and the College of St. Scholastica this weekend. Click here to view their entire schedule.  


Friday, February 22, 2013

Podcast: 2013 Softball Preview

We had a chance to sit down with head softball coach J.P. Richards and ask him a few questions about this upcoming season.

The Eagles open up the season on Friday, February 22 at the Finlandia Dome Tournament. Edgewood College's home opener is not until March 30 at Ceniti Park against Lakeland College. 

2013 Softball Preview:

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Alumni update: Wisniewski makes professional debut for the Saigon Heat

When Edgewood College men's basketball alumni Ben Wisniewski signed on with the Saigon Heat, he did so as a front office employee and a practice player. He knew he likely wouldn't get a chance to play in a game, unless one of the other two permitted American players on the roster sustained an injury.

Sometimes it pays to be in the right place at the right time.

Wisniewski made his professional basketball debut on Sunday in Singapore, replacing injured leading scorer Dior Lowhorn in the Heat's lineup. Wisniewski drilled his first shot attempt, a three-pointer, and went on to an 11-point night on 3-for-8 shooting in 31 minutes of game action.

Through the magic of the internet you can see the entire broadcast of the Heat's game against the Singapore Slingers courtesy of the ASEAN Basketball League's YouTube channel:

If you'd like to catch Ben's top moments we've marked off a few time stamps to help you find his highlights:

5:45 - First shot of Wisniewski during pre-game introductions.

17:40 - Wisniewski enters the game for the first time.

24:50 - Wisniewski drills a three-point shot from the corner on his first shot attempt. Broadcasters make first mention of Edgewood College.

42:35 - Wisniewski goes 1-on-3 for a bucket in the paint and a foul. (Make your free throws, Ben!)

48:45 - Wisniewski steps in for a jumper from the elbow.

Other websites you'll find useful to follow Ben's team...

ASEAN Basketball League website

Also, here's the Q&A with Wisniewski from Ben Steele of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel which first tipped us off that Ben had suited up for the Heat.

Monday, February 18, 2013

#Tweagles Talk: Moe Baemmert

For #Tweagles Talk we try to pick Eagle student-athletes that make us laugh. This tweet sealed the deal for Moe Baemmert. One we read that, we knew we had to ask. Moe has a private account thought, so you'll have to ask really nicely if you want to see gems like these...

1,459 Tweets / 225 Following / 190 Followers

Q. What is your Twitter handle and how did you come up with it?
A: My twitter handle is @moeBfierce. I am in love with Beyonce (@Beyonce), who is also known as Sasha Fierce, so that is why I had to throw fierce in my twitter name.

Q. How often do you check Twitter?
A: Too much... probably once every hour. 

Q. What would you say is your average number of Tweets?
A: When I am feeling very creative, I tweet about two to three times a day. 

Q. Which of your teammates has the best Tweets and why?
A: Hailey Boyle (@hailbeee) has some of the best tweets. They always find a way to make me laugh and really find a way into my heart. Oh and Katie Pampuch's twitter (@ktpampuch) is a great one to follow because she is so indecisive about her first tweet that she will delete it every time.   

Q. The people I follow in soccer are…
A: I follow Jennie Dailey (@JennieDailey5), Lindsay Kloppenburg (@lindslouklopp), Olivia Bunz (@OliviaBunz), Megan Falk (@MFalk5), Emily Dorsett (@EmDors), Hailey Boyle (@hailbeee), Z Cordova (@ZenaidaCordova), Caitlin Clifford (@cait_cliff13), and Katie Pampuch (@ktpampuch). 

Q. Someone who you wouldn’t think I follow is…
A: The Rapignome (@Rapignome)... It is Megan Rapinoe's gnome that follows her around on the US Women's National Soccer Team. 

Q. The people whose tweets you can’t miss…
A: are my roommate and fellow fitness center employee Sabrina Aiello (@SabrinaAiello2).

Q. I wish _____ was on Twitter.

Q. What Edgewood College coach or athlete do you wish was on Twitter?
A: I 100% wish that Coach Tim Alexander would have a twitter. In fact, we might have to make him get one in time for next season. 


Saturday, February 16, 2013

WISC-TV3: Ostrowski & Camp Earth raise money for Huntington's Disease

Courtesy of WISC-TV3, a feature on Edgewood College baseball student-athlete Marc Ostrowski and his work for Camp Earth, an grass roots organization dedicated to raising awareness and money to fight Huntington's Disease.


Friday, January 25, 2013

Alumni update: Wisniewski lands job with Saigon Heat

Former Edgewood College men's basketball athlete Ben Wisniewski is getting his feet wet in the world of professional basketball half a world away from home. Wisniewski recently accepted an offer from the Saigon Heat (Vietnam) of the ASEAN Basketball League to work in the front office and participate as a practice player.

While Wisniewski will get to lace up the shoes in practice, he likely won't get many chances to dress for games. ABL teams are allowed two foreign players on their roster, and given the lack of height in many Asian countries, those spots are usually held for bigger, post players. However, should one of the American players on the Saigon Heat need to miss a game,  it's possible Wisniewski could pull on a uniform once again. In the meantime, he will participate in practice and develop him administration skills in the team's front office.

Wisniewski was a third team All-Midwest Region selection by as a senior, and was named first or second team All-Northern Athletics Conference every year of his career. The native of New Berlin, Wis., graduated from Edgewood College in 2012 as the program's second all-time leading scorer with 1,719 career points.


Thursday, January 24, 2013

#Tweagles Talk: Allie Novitske

Couldn't wait to find out who is the next Eagle featured in #Tweagles Talk? Well, wait no longer! We caught up with Allie Novitske from the women's basketball team to get the inside scoop on her Twitter life...

459 Tweets / 239 Following / 157 Followers

Q. What is your Twitter handle and how did you come up with it?
A: @Allie_CatMeowA couple of my friends gave me the nickname.

Q. How often do you check Twitter?
A: 3 to 4 times a day.

Q. What would you say is your average number of Tweets?
A: Once or twice a day. 

Q. Which of your teammates has the best Tweets and why?
A: Mel Walker (@melaniekwalker), because they are either hilarious and crazy or inspirational.

Q. The people I follow in college basketball are…
A: Geno Auriemma (@genoauriemma), UConn Women's Basketball Coach and my favorite coach. I follow some women's basketball players and a couple other coaches. I follow Rebecca Lobo (@RebeccaLobo), a basketball announcer. 

Q. Someone who you wouldn’t think I follow is…
A: Cherub (@CHERUBlamusica), a musical group, this is a different type of music that I don't normally listen to. 

Q. The people whose tweets you can’t miss…
A: All my friends are entertaining. 

Q. I wish _____ was on Twitter.
A: I wish my dad was on Twitter.

Q. What Edgewood College coach or athlete do you wish was on Twitter?
A: Rachel Pope


Wednesday, January 16, 2013

#Tweagles Talk: Ryan O'Dell

Here is the debut of a new feature #Tweagles Talk! We asked a student-athlete to tell us about their own personal Twitter brand and who they like to follow. Check back often to see if we feature your favorite #Tweagles student-athlete...

2,524 Tweets / 241 Following / 186 Followers

Q. What is your Twitter handle and how did you come up with it?
A: @RyanODell14, I made it simple with just my name and uniform number.

Q. How often do you check Twitter?
A: I check Twitter probably too much, usually every hour to see if there is anything interesting going on.

Q. What would you say is your average number of Tweets?
A: I tweet a few times a week over the summer, but when I'm in school at least 3 times a day.

Q. Which of your teammates has the best Tweets and why?
A: Tony Ales (@TAles35), because he is funny and very entertaining.

Q. The people I follow in baseball are…
A: The people I follow in baseball are guys like Bryce Harper (@BHarper3407), Mike Trout (@Trouty20), Chipper Jones (@RealCJ10), and guys from my favorite team the White Sox like Gordon Beckham (@GordonBeckham), Jake Peavy (@JakePeavy_44), and Adam Dunn (@AdamDunn_32). 

Q. Someone who you wouldn’t think I follow is…
A: Someone who you wouldn't think I follow is Selena Gomez (@selenagomez), but she is very attractive.

Q. The people whose tweets you can’t miss…
A: The people whose tweets I can't miss are my favorite athletes like Rickie Fowler (@RickieFowlerPGA), Bryce Harper (@BHarper3407), Brandon Marshall (@BMarshall) and of course all the #Tweagles.  I also like checking out the comedy tweets.

Q. I wish _____ was on Twitter.
A: I wish my all-time favorite baseball player Paul Konerko was on Twitter.

Q. What Edgewood College coach or athlete do you wish was on Twitter?
A: I wish assistant baseball coach Richard Wachholz would join Twitter so he could spread real-life advice like he already does at our practices.


Thursday, January 10, 2013

This is Edgewood College

In our most recent video "This is Edgewood College," student-athletes explain who we are and what we do.

The video features athletes from a wide variety of sports that Edgewood College offers.

Check it out and pass it along!

Monday, January 7, 2013

Podcast: 2012 Volleyball review

Head volleyball coach Paul Schlomer sits down to talk about the 2012 Edgewood College volleyball season. The Eagles finished 26-9 and won their first conference title since 1996. Senior Mallory Palmer became the all-time school leader in kills and was voted a second team All-American.

2012 Volleyball Review: