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After 20 years of service, Dr. Russell Nichols - Hanover College

After 20 years of service, Dr. Russell Nichols - Hanover College

BASEBALLThe baseball

BASEBALLThe baseball squad posted a 19-19record in its first season under headcoach Shayne Stock. Stock, whoreplaced retired hall-of-famer DickNaylor after the 2005 campaign,guided the Panthers to a 9-12 recordand sixth-place finish in the HeartlandCollegiate Athletic Conference.Four members of the team receivedpost-season honors from the HeartlandConference. Senior shortstop ThomasHopkins, Martinsville, Ind., junioroutfielder/pitcher Dan Gillin,Indianapolis, Ind. and sophomorepitcher/first baseman Joseph Cravens,Hodgenville, Ky. were each first-teamall-Heartland Conference selections.Named the team’s most valuable playerat the end of the season, senior thirdbaseman Todd Miller, Franklin, Ind.,was a second-team all-conferenceselection.GOLFSophomore Alex Whiteman, Paoli, Ind., posted atop-10 finish to lead Hanover College’s men’s golfsquad to a fifth-place finish in the 2006 HeartlandCollegiate Athletic Conference Championships.Hanover earned all-conference honors at theevent, and Whiteman posted Hanover’s bestround and top finish for the season.Sophomore Jeremiah Powers, Salem, Ind.,finished 14th in the field with a 154 (78-76).After a 76 in the opening round, freshman JasonReed, Indianapolis, Ind., struggled to start theback nine in the second round and finished withan 83. He placed 19th overall with a 159 (76-83).TRACKSenior Leah Peelman, Cincinnati,Ohio, capped her career as the mostdecoratedfemale runner in HanoverCollege track & field history. Makingher third straight appearance in theNCAA III National Championships,she finished 11th in the 10,000-meterswith a time of 37:04.27. Junior KestonCampbell, Evansville, Ind., capturedhis first Heartland Conference crownwith a victory in the men’s 200 meterdash. Campbell, who won the event atfour meets during the season, coveredthe distance in 22.44 seconds.Sophomore Mike Ripley, Fort Wayne,Ind., won the HCAC title in the men’sdiscus throw. He topped a 22-athletefield in the event with a140-foot effort.SophomoreAlex Whitemantees off.TENNISLeah PeelmanUnder first-year head coach RichardLord, Hanover College’s men’s tennisteam posted a 7-5 overall recordduring the 2006 season, including a 7-3 mark against NCAA III opponents.The Panthers were 5-2 in HCACmatches and placed fourth in theleague tournament.Juniors Doug Anewalt, Bunker Hill,Ind., and John Lopresti, Richmond,Ind., each earned all-conferencehonors from the Heartland CollegiateAthletic Conference for the secondconsecutive year.For the latest updateson Hanover athletics,including all Panthersports schedules, visitwww.hanover.edu/sports.16July/August 2006

Anewalt, a junior, posted a 10-2 singlesrecord during the 2006 campaign. Hetallied 10 consecutive singles victoriesbefore falling in the championshipmatch of the HCAC tournament atnumber three.During the season, Anewalt was 10-1as a doubles partner. He teamed withsophomore Ryan Shepherd, Indianapolis,Ind., freshman Sean Jastillano,Terre Haute, Ind., and Lopresti,primarily in the number three slot.Together with Shepherd, the duo was8-1, including three victories and achampionship at number three doublesin the Heartland Conferencetournament.Lopresti, a junior, was 6-9 in singlesmatches during the season. He finishedfifth in the HCAC tournament atnumber two for the Panthers.As a doubles partner, Lopresti was 5-8in 2006. With senior Gabe Caldwell,Morristown, Ind., the pair won two ofthree matches to place third at numberone doubles in the conferencetournament.September 12 7:30 p.m.August 28 – September 22Art Gallery Exhibition - Nate Larson( reception & talk 5:00 p.m.,Sept. 22) CFA Art GallerySeptember 12 HighwaymenParker Auditorium 7:30 p.m.September 29–30 HC TheatrePresents “Glass Menagerie”Parker Auditorium 7:30 p.m.September 30–October 27Hanover College Alumni ArtExhibition (reception & talk5:00 p.m., Sept. 29)CFA Art GalleryOctober 10 or 12River City RamblersFitzgibbon Recital 7:30 p.m.November 1–8Art Gallery ExhibitionStudent WorksNovember 3–4HC Theatre Presents“Government Inspector”Parker Auditorium 7:30 p.m.November 4Hanover Choral EnsemblesFitzgibbon Recital Hall 2:00 p.m.November 13 – December 8Art Gallery Exhibition – Selectionsfrom Hanover Art CollectionDecember 4Hanover Choral Ensembles andMadison-Ohio Valley CommunityChorus - “Messiah”St. Michael the Archangel Church,Madison 2:00 p.m.December 7– 9HC Theatre PresentsStudent-Directed Play (TBA)Parker Auditorium 7:30 p.m.December 8Hanover “Christmas” Singers“Christmas at Hanover”Location TBA 5:00 p.m.Junior Doug Anewalt reaches for a serve.View the entire 2006-07series line-up and order yourseason or single-performance ticketson-line today! www.hanover.edu/hanovertoday/CACS/Order by phone (812) 866-7200January 8 – February 9Art Gallery Exhibition – Hui Chu Ying(reception & talk 5:00 p.m., Feb. 9)January 18 “Belle to Broadway”Parker Auditorium 7:30 p.m.

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