The 2009 Grinnell College Baseball season was one to remember. After winning 22 games (a single-season school record), earning a trip to the Midwest Conference Playoffs, and graduating six seniors that started a combined 358 games (30 from the mound), it doesn’t figure to get much better for the Pioneers.
The Grinnell College football team announced its award winners for the 2009 campaign.
Marquis Bradley '11 won the Dick Ullrich '33 Award for the top offensive or defensive backfield performer, Mike Tricoli '10 earned the Abe Rosenbloom '34 Award for top offensive or defensive lineman and Ryan Boehm '10 was named the special teams most valuable player.
For the fourth time in her career, Grinnell College women's soccer player Miki Nakamura '10 (left) has been named to the All-Midwest Conference First Team.
Nakamura, a midfielder/forward from Honolulu, Hawaii (Kamehameha), finished among the Pioneers' all-time leaders in points (127), goals (49) and assists (29). This season, she tied a MWC and program record for assists in a game with five in a win over Illinois College. She finished 2009 with six goals, eight assists and 20 points.
February 16, 2010
On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I am very pleased to invite you to join us for the announcement and introduction of Grinnell’s 13th President. The announcement will take place in Herrick Chapel at 12:05 p.m. tomorrow, Wednesday February 17, 2010. An informal reception is also scheduled from 4:05 to 5:00 p.m. in the Bucksbaum Rotunda Wednesday afternoon.
This is an exciting moment in our College’s history and I look forward to seeing you there.
David White ‘90 Chair of the Board of Trustees
Grinnell College's JP Prouty '10 (left) was named to the first team of the 2009 National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-North/Central Region Men's Soccer Team, while teammate Alex Exarhos '10 (right) was a second-team selection.
The Grinnell College men's soccer team enjoyed a historic season in 2009, and that success has been reflected by the All-Midwest Conference selections.
Brian Jaworski has been named MWC Coach of the Year, and Pioneers Alex Exarhos '10, JP Prouty '10 and Andrew Stephenson '10 have all been named to the All-MWC First Team in voting by the league's coaches.
Under Jaworski's guidance, Grinnell qualified for the NCAA Division III National Tournament for the first time in school history.
Grinnell College's Henry Reich '09 has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 7 Men's Track and Field/Cross Country First Team, while Thomas Jamison '09 was a Second-Team selection.
By being named to the First Team, Reich is now in the running to be an NCAA Academic All-American. That team will be named in the near future.
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