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College

  • BASEBALL: Bodine catches on with SCC

    Every young baseball player dreams of playing in the majors, and Chance Bodine is no different.

    Unlike most high school players, however, his career didn’t end after his final game with Bethlehem in the 5th Region tournament in the spring.

    “I always wanted to play professional baseball,” said Bodine, who signed Friday to continue his career at St. Catharine College. “To just have the opportunity to keep playing is a great thing. I’m one step closer to that dream I had as a kid.”

  • BASEBALL: St. Catharine nabs Druin in late pick-up

    Making the adjustment from high school to college life can be tricky.

    But Clay Druin, Thomas Nelson’s standout on the diamond in 2015, has the composition to handle the change well, his high school coach said.

    “Clay’s work ethic is just phenomenal,” Generals coach Troy Blakely said. “St. Catharine is getting a heck of a ballplayer, and more importantly, a heck of a young man. He’s a class act. I loved every minute of the one year I had with him.”

  • PHOTO: Werner selected in MLB draft

    Standout St. Catharine pitcher John Werner was the latest Patriot to hear his name called when he was selected in the 32nd round of the recent 2015 Major League Baseball draft. Werner is the fifth Patriot selected since SCC joined the NAIA in 2008-09.

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: SCC hires new men's hoops coach

    For the last 20 basketball seasons, Joe Krupinski has been a big part of the regional and national basketball success at five different institutions. As of Thursday, he will now add the sixth to his resume as he was named the new men’s basketball coach at St. Catharine College.

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: Muncy makes strides in soph. year

    The jump from high school to college can be a big one for a lot of players, and how those players adjust goes a long way in determining how successful their careers will be.

    Former Nelson County soccer standout Chris Muncy found that out when he first reported to Spalding University two years ago.

    “It took me about a year to get used to it,” the sophomore forward said. “My freshman year, it was ridiculous how fast it was compared to high school … It’s a lot more physical than high school.”

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: Cecil voted All-American

    The postseason honors continue to roll in for Centre volleyball player Beth Cecil, who was announced as an honorable mention for the NCAA Division III All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association on Wednesday.

    “It’s a great feeling,” Cecil said of being recognized for all of her hard work during the season. “Most of all, it gets me excited for next year. … I’m already missing it.”

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: Former NC standout Mudd leads in college

    He didn’t take the normal route to a collegiate soccer career, but things have worked out quite well nevertheless for Nelson County graduate Daniel Mudd.

    The son of David and Gina Mudd has been a big key for the Transylvania Pioneers as they captured the regular-season Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship last year before falling in double overtime in the conference title match.

    Mudd did not play soccer in high school but instead played football. He spent his time off from the gridiron and his off-season playing soccer for travel teams.

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: Local products excelling on the pitch

    A handful of local soccer products are making themselves known to the larger world by garnering player of the week honors in their respective conferences.

    Midway College sophomore Lauren Schuster was voted Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference offensive player of the week for the last week of September.

    Schuster was a goalkeeper during her career at Nelson County, but she has been splitting time in goal and out on the field for Midway because of a depleted roster. Schuster scored the lone goal for the Eagles in a 1-0 win Sept. 25 at Berea.

  • SCC receives grant from US Wrestling Federation

    St. Catharine College

    Starting a new college athletic program can include many daunting challenges, not the least among them the funding of such an endeavor. But for the St. Catharine College inaugural wrestling season, the economic issue has been lessened greatly through help from the U.S. Wrestling Foundation (USWF).

  • ST. CATHARINE COLLEGE: Pats wrestling program takes 1st steps

    Wrestling is often thought of as an individual sport with a few team aspects interspersed throughout.

    However, the St. Catharine Patriots made a leap toward making their new program a total team concept with a team bonding event at Mammoth Cave National Park this past weekend. The team took to the road on Friday with 26 of their 43 signees to lodge at the Jellystone Camping Resort in order to prep for two days of team events.