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Frey and McCarty both named D3 national coach of the year

February 4th, 2010

Brad McCarty, head men’s soccer coach, and Scott Frey, head women’s soccer coach, first shared national championship seasons and now also share the honor of each being named National Coach of the Year, Division 3, by the National Soccer Coaches Association and Mondo, manufacturer of sports flooring.

Read the news release announcing the awards.

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Falcon’s three-peat for dual national soccer titles!

December 11th, 2009

Read media coverage:

“Messiah men’s soccer team continues dynasty,” Patriot-News 12/10/09

“Messiah womens’ soccer team dominated opponents,” Patriot-News 12/10/09

“Third time is still the charm for Messiah,” Carlisle Sentinel 12/10/09  

 

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Messiah teams demonstrate why they’re champions

November 23rd, 2009

It was a heart-racing, nail-biting weekend for fans of Messiah’s field hockey, men’s soccer, and women’s soccer teams. Read the rest of this entry »

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Animal Planet documentary includes interview with Messiah educator

April 14th, 2008

A multi-part nature documentary on Animal Planet, “Life in Cold Blood,” includes a segment featuring faculty member Erik Lindquist and his research of Panamanian Golden Frogs. Lindquist’s portion of the program is “Invaders of the Land.”

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Over the Rhine concert postponed

March 26th, 2008

The Over the Rhine concert scheduled for Friday, March 28 has been postponed for medical reasons involving a member of the band.

The concert has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 6 at 8 p.m. There will not be an opening act, so Over the Rhine will take the stage at 8 p.m.

If you purchased tickets for the March 28 show, your ticket is valid for May 6. If you are unable to attend the May 6 concert, you can request a refund through the Messiah College ticket office by calling (717) 691-6036.

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Illustrations earn alum praise from “Publisher’s Weekly”

January 2nd, 2008

Besides having his first children’s book on Publisher’s Weekly list of the “Best of 2007,” alumnus Jonathan Bean `01 is also enjoying being named one of the magazine’s “Four Fresh Children’s Book Talents.”

Bean’s book, “At Night,” is about a restless girl who finally finds slumber on the rooftop of her city home. Bean also illustrated three other recently released children’s books: “The Apple Pie that Papa Baked,” by Lauren Thompson; “Emmy and the Incredible Shrinking Rat,” by Lynne Jonell; and “Mokie and Bik,” by Wendy Orr.

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Soccer teams’ tremendous seasons end

November 26th, 2007

Two terrific athletic seasons came to an end this weekend. The Lady Falcons were defeated 1-0 by Wheaton College in the NCAA championship game. The men lost 1-0 to Trinity University in Final Four play.

The women’s first loss of the season came at the hands of Wheaton College, a powerhouse program that has notched a 97-6 record over their past four seasons. This was Wheaton’s second consecutive national championship.

The men also had a difficult opponent – Trinity University (Texas) came into the semifinal game undefeated. Trinity lost to Middlebury in a penalty kick shootout in the championship game.

Messiah defender J.D. Binger explained the Messiah soccer experience after the game: “We had big expectations, but it’s never been about the wins. It’s about the guys. Sometimes it’s about soccer, sometimes not, but the experience has been great.”

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