As a part of its virtual homecoming celebration — Stay HOMEcoming 2020 — this past weekend (October 16-17), the Marietta College community celebrated the hard work and perseverance of its student-athletes through a Virtual Stadium Sell-Out event to raise funds on the
After making a late-season run, Marietta College’s League of Legends team is excited to be participating in the Great Lakes Esports Conference playoffs, which begin Saturday, October 31st.
The President's Council of the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) has put all NCAA intercollegiate athletic competition on hold through December 31, 2020, amid continued concern about COVID-19. The Conference is committed to moving NCAA intercollegiate competition to the spring, with various models being currently discussed.
Marietta College rowing has announced that the team will work to raise $5 million in celebration of its 150th anniversary during the 2020-21 season.
Marietta College’s Hannah Garofalo ’21 (Leetonia, Ohio), who is majoring in Marketing, has earned the prestigious Stickell Honors Scholarship and it offers her the opportunity to work as an intern for an Austin, Texas, advertising firm this summer.
Not all NBA dreams are alike.
Of course, Tyler Hammond ’14 dreamed of playing in the NBA, but he realized that wasn’t going to come to fruition years ago. But he never stopped believing he could have a career in professional basketball.
With spring athletic seasons getting canceled and members of the Class of 2020 missing out on special memories related to prom and graduation, Marietta College has decided to join the #BeTheLight movement.
Marietta College alumnus and a former Pioneer Rowing coach, Jeffrey C. Hugel ’77, has given an unprecedented gift to create two major endowments in support of the College’s rowing teams.
Following six months of renovations, Marietta College is excited to announce its baseball facility will now be called Don and Sue Schaly Field at Pioneer Park.
Ten syllables packed with emotion — and gratitude.
“Absolutely mind-blowing fantastic!”