The Tiffin University men’s basketball team hit the mark with the signing of Brien Wilson and Joshua Williams. The pair are junior college transfers, and compliment each other well. Wilson, a 6’9” center, will protect the rim, while the 6’2” Williams can light the nets on fire on the offensive end.
Tiffin University outfielder, Brayden Callihan, was named to the Google Cloud CoSida Baseball Academic All-District 1st Team on Monday. The award honors student-athletes for their accomplishment on and off the playing field.
Walks will haunt is a pretty common saying heard at a baseball game, and the adage held true on Friday in Tiffin's 11-6 loss to Davenport in the consolation bracket of the GLIAC Tournament. Tiffin walked 11 batters on Friday, and surrendered 10 hits in the defeat. While the Panthers took advantage of the free passes, Tiffin didn't have as much success, collecting seven walks, but stranding 10 runners over the course of the game.
The Tiffin University baseball team hung with the top seeded Northwood University Timberwolves in their GLIAC Tournament game on Thursday morning, but Northwood eventually pulled away from Tiffin to win 9-3. The Dragons allowed five runs over the course of the final three innings, after trailing 4-3 entering the bottom of the 7th.
The Tiffin University baseball team had a pair of players selected to the Honorable Mention All-GLIAC team on Wednesday evening, seeing outfielder Brayden Callihan and right-handed pitcher Luke Fraley earn the honor.
Tiffin University had a handful of participants at the Grand Valley State Last Chance Meet, as the track squad starts a week of hitting numerous Last Chance meets in preparation for the NCAA National Championships. Three of the Dragons' athletes hit provisional marks.
Tiffin University stayed consistent, as all three of its rounds were within 4 strokes of each other, as the Dragons finished 10th at the NCAA Super Region I regional held at Katke Golf Course in Big Rapids, Michigan.
Tiffin University continued to sit atop the 20 team field after round two concluded, but a 13 stroke difference between rounds gave them a slim one stroke lead at the NCAA Midwest/Central Regional held at Findlay Country Club.
Tiffin University's women's golf team stayed consistent from round one to round two, rising two spots to finish 9th of 12 teams with one round left to play at the NCAA Super Region I competition at Katke Golf Course in Big Rapids, Michigan.