RECORD: 16-6 OVERALL, 5-2 MIAA
COACH: JOHN ROSS
Calvin finished in third place in the final MIAA regular-season standings. The Knights also gained a berth in the four-team MIAA tournament, where it defeated rival Hope in the semifinals and then fell to Kalamazoo in the final.
Senior Taylor Asfour (Grand Rapids, Mich.) was named the recipient of the MIAA’s Lawrence Green Scholar-Athlete Award and the Allen B. Stowe Memorial Award.
RECORD: 13-7 OVERALL, 7-1 MIAA
COACH: KEVIN VANHAITSMA
Fueled by a late-season eightmatch win streak, Calvin took second in the MIAA regularseason standings and qualified for the four-team MIAA tournament. Calvin clinched second place with an exciting 5-4 win over Kalamazoo in its regular-season finale.
RECORD: 20-20 OVERALL, 5-11 MIAA
COACH: BECKY HILGERT
Calvin hit the 20-win plateau for the third time in four years. The Knights swept a regular-season doubleheader from rival Hope in late April, winning both games by a 1-0 score, marking the second year Calvin swept a twin bill from the Flying Dutch.
Sophomore Anna Gernant (West Des Moines, Iowa) established a Calvin single-season record for strikeouts (241) and finished fourth nationally in strikeouts- per-seven innings (11.6).
RECORD: 20-23 OVERALL, 13-15 MIAA
COACH: JOHN RYPEL
Calvin reached the four-team MIAA tournament for the fourth time in five years. Senior Colton Wolfe (Eaton Rapids, Mich.) and sophomore Jonathan Keane (Brookfield, Wis.) were both named to the All-MIAA second team. Wolfe finished the year as Calvin’s career home run leader (26).
Women's Track & Field
RECORD: MIAA CHAMPIONS
COACH: BRET OTTE
Calvin captured its 28th consecutive MIAA title, placing first at the MIAA championships (held at Calvin’s Zuidema Field) with 215 points. The championship streak is the longest active streak in MIAA women’s athletics history.
At the MIAA championships, Calvin took first place in seven events, led by junior Jenna Dyksen (Hawthorne, N.J.), a triple winner in the 400-meter hurdles, the 100-meter hurdles and the triple jump.
Men's Track & Field
RECORD: MIAA CHAMPIONS
COACH: BRET OTTE
At the MIAA championships Calvin took first place in nine events, highlighted by the triple-crown performance of sophomore Brendan VanHouten (Grand Rapids, Mich.), who took first place in the hammer throw, shot put and discus, becoming just the second individual in MIAA history to achieve the feat.
At the NCAA Championships, junior Ethan Valentine (Mason, Ohio) claimed All-American honors in the 400 meters for the third straight year, placing second. Junior Andrew Philipose (Mount Prospect, Ill.) was a double All-American.
RECORD: 12-6-0 OVERALL, 8-0 MIAA
COACH: BLAKE BOEHM
Calvin captured its second MIAA regular-season title in three years and repeated as MIAA tournament champions to return to the NCAA III Tournament for the second straight year. In the NCAA III Tournament, Calvin dropped a hard-fought 14-11 decision to Mount Union University. Senior Emily Cefaratti (Hinsdale, Ill.) was named the MIAA’s Most Valuable Defender.
RECORD: 5-11 OVERALL, 1-6 MIAA
COACH: DAVE HOGER
Calvin posted its second-highest win total in program history and concluded its season with a 10-5 conference win at Kalamazoo.
Senior Chris Griffin (Hartland, Mich.) completed his career with 101 goals, 74 assists and 175 points. He is the Calvin career record holder in all three categories. Senior Joel Schaefer (Clarksville, Md.) concluded his career with 80 goals, 26 assists and 106 points. He ranks second on the Calvin career list for goals and points.
COACH: JERRY BERGSMA
Calvin competed in five tournaments during the spring season, highlighted by a 3-1 match-play victory over Cornerstone University in April.
COACH: BRIAN BOLT
After finishing second in the MIAA fall regular-season standings, Calvin proceeded to place second in the MIAA spring tournament that determines that league’s automatic qualifier to the NCAA III Tournament. Junior John Van Noord (Troy, Mich.) qualified individually for the NCAA III Men’s Golf Championships, finishing in 121st place.