Jane Dahlgren had never camped alone when she decided to hike solo for 296 miles. For college credits. While the extroverted sophomore was not familiar with solo tripping, she was no novice to adventure. A Seattle native, Dahlgren had hiked with her dad and brother on the Wonderland Trail, a ninety-three-mile loop around Mt. Rainier,… Read More →
Northland College Women’s Soccer Makes History Senior Maddie Wieland did not intend to play soccer when she came to Northland College. She had played her first two years at Buffalo Grove High School in a suburb north of Chicago but thought she had left soccer behind. But then she checked a box on one of… Read More →
In July 2015, I was hired as the first ever women’s hockey coach at Northland College. I spent an entire calendar year recruiting 20 student athletes from all over North America to come to Ashland and be part of one of the less than 100 NCAA (DI, DII, and DIII included) women’s college hockey programs
1. As a sophomore from Mamaroneck, New York, Barry Casper ‘74 captured the national wrestling win at 118 pounds in the 1972 NAIA mat championship. Casper faced some of the toughest competition in the history of the College and lost only once the entire season. Casper currently lives in Studio City, California with his wife and… Read More →
Division III athletics allows you the flexibility to excel in the classroom while competing in your sport at a collegiate level.