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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Even after graduation, former NAIA National Champion and standout on the women's track & field team here at Cornerstone Brittany Murray continues to rake in awards. Today it was announced that she has been named the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference's Dr. Leroy Walker Champions of Character award winner.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Head men's bowling coach Mike Hall is pleased to announce the signing of Ionia's Ryan Bennett to join the men's bowling team in their inaugural season in 2015-16. Bennett is the fourth signee for Hall on the men's team as they will be competing in the WHAC and USBC starting with their first tournament on October 3 at Grand Valley State.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – For the first time since re-starting the baseball program in 2012, the Cornerstone Golden Eagles have a former player in the professional ranks. Luke Heller recently signed a contract with the Copperheads of the Ozarks Pro Baseball League in Missouri. Heller led the 2015 team in ERA at 1.94 in a team high 79.0 innings.
HICKORY, N.C. - Ben Sheckler (JR/Sparta, Mich.) had a breakout season on the mound for the Golden Eagles this past spring and he has carried that momentum into his summer league competition in the Carolina Virginia Collegiate League where he was just named to the All-Star Team. Sheckler, who plays for Catawba Valley, was also recently named the Pitcher of the Week for the league.
#1 - Men's Basketball claims NAIA DII National Championship
Mar 17, 2015
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. – Cornerstone University claimed its third ever NAIA DII National Championship on Tuesday night with a 66-45 win over No. 5 Dakota Wesleyan University (S.D.). The title is the second in the last five years as the Golden Eagles finish their season with a 33-5 overall record. Kyle Steigenga (SO/Holland, Mich.) (FR/Holland, Mich.) was named the Tournament Most Valuable Player and he was joined on the All-Tournament Team by Ben Lanning (SR/Grandville, Mich.) (JR/Grandville, Mich.) and Travis Wells (SR/Eaton Rapids, Mich.) (JR/Eaton Rapids, Mich.).