This story first appeared in the October 2019 edition of the Hilltop. Student athletes on Corban’s campus take up over a third of the population. The Corban Athletic Department’s universal motto says the university is committed “to fielding teams of Christian student athletes who represent Christ and the University at a top level of competition.” […]
The women’s soccer team has experienced an unprecedented eleven injuries in their pre-season! Learn how these injuries will impact the team moving forward into the year.
Remember the email former athletics director Greg Eide sent out last year gauging interest in a Corban cheer team? Ever wonder what came of that survey? Here, students and administrators give their thoughts on a potential competitive cheer team.
People impacted by Greg Eide, Director of Athletics, reflect on how much his encouragement and leadership will be missed after his retirement.
Annouscka Kordom has been called up to play on the Namibian Women’s Soccer National Team for her home country. She’s excited for the opportunity to see her family, and to play a part in growing this women’s league in her country.
Jordan Farr, a former Corban student, recently signed onto the newly-formed, professional-level, Indie Eleven United Soccer Team.
Holly Martinez Moorman played soccer for Corban until she decided to try something new and joined the softball team as a walk-on. Her coaches and teammates gathered around her as she made this exciting transition into becoming a dual athlete.
Chiara Romero covers Ruben Salvador-Benavides’ journey from soccer to cross country and his success in this sport.
Zalena Su’e discusses the wide range of countries represented by the players on Corban’s men’s soccer team.
Allison Ehrhardt talks about forgiving even those who are scrutinized by the media such as NBA player Blake Griffin.