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Earlham Baseball Alumni

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November 27th, 2018

This Week in Earlham Baseball
The semester is winding down here at Earlham College and the Quakers' baseball team is continuing their preparation and training for the upcoming 2018 season that is right around the corner! Only two weeks left of classes remain in the semester for the Earlham student body. Mother Nature has granted some great November weather so far that has allowed the Quakers to continue training outdoors and get a lot of quality reps in at Randal R. Sadler Stadium. The all-turf facility at Randal R. Sadler Stadium continues to be a huge advantage for Earlham Baseball, allowing the players to get on-field reps nearly year round while under the lights!

Earlham Baseball Banquet
Our program had the annual Banquet before our student athletes went home for mid semester break and we had a great turnout! Each year, we have a chance to honor our previous senior class as well as introduce our first year class in preparation for a new season around the corner. Willie and Red’s in Hagerstown served as our host again for the 3rd consecutive year and again we had a fantastic experience and it was great getting a chance to present our team awards and come together as a Baseball family! Award winners included

  • Most Improved – Addison Robertson
  • Defensive Player of the Year – Isaiah Shake
  • Strike Percentage Champion – Walter Talcott
  • Quality At Bat Champion – Marc Gendreau
  • Appreciation Award – Adam and Susan Robertson
  • Newcomer of the Year – Marc Gendreau
  • Pitcher of the Year – Walter Talcott
  • MVP – Addison Robertson

ABC's of Earlham
This week's letter for the "ABC's of Earlham" is L for Liberal Arts Education. The term "liberal education" is conventionally taken to mean a philosophy of education that empowers individuals, and cultivates social responsibility. Liberal education is characterized by challenging encounters with important issues, and is more a way of studying than specific content. As a liberal arts college, we facilitate close interaction between faculty and students, while grounding our curricula in the liberal arts disciplines: the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Click here to read more about the values of a liberal arts education here at Earlham College!

Thanks,
Earlham College Coaching Staff


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