Ana Tucker: “She’s a Kind of Renaissance Woman”

COVID-19 has unfortunately, and obviously, sidetracked many plans for college student-athletes across the country this year. But sophomore cross country and track student-athlete Ana Tucker has kept her focus forward, making a run at new opportunities and in new directions. From summer research to freelance art work, from kinesiology classes to running practices, Tucker manages […]

Momentum

This is part of a series titled, Hope Speaks for Social Justice, written by former Hope student-athletes of color. Their words seek to educate and activate the Hope community in the nation’s quest to end racial injustice. **** In physics, it is the motion of a moving body quantified by its mass and velocity. In […]

Silence is Compliance

This is the first in a series titled, Hope Speaks for Social Justice, written by former Hope student-athletes of color. Their words seek to educate and activate the Hope community in the nation’s quest to end racial injustice. — Lately, if you’ve watched the news, read articles, seen social media, or even experienced social unrest, […]

Get Your Hope Athletics Creativity On!

Looking for fun activities to do with your family? Need a stress reliever and something to do during a study break? Look no further! Hope Athletics has created a series of Coloring Challenges to stay STRONG and show your TRUE Hope spirit! Download and print Dutch the Mascot, color him and re-share on your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter pages! Make sure to tag @HopeAthletics and use #KeepingHope!

Leaping and Diving by Faith

Competitive divers are notorious for launching their bodies into the air with reckless abandon, trusting that hours of practice and muscle memory will result in flawless timing, placement, and form, and ease them into the pool with the slightest hint of a splash. For Hope College sophomore Kamaron Wilcox of Grand Rapids (Forest Hills Central), […]