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KALAMAZOO COLLEGE THE K-PLAN Kalamazoo College does more in four years so students can do more in a lifetime. It offers rigorous academic explorations in the liberal arts and integrates non-classroom experiences into a resume that gives students a leg-up for graduate school and employment. K develops the ability to think and solve problems, and it measures those outcomes. LOCATION Kalamazoo, Michigan; A college-centered community with a metropolitan population of 225,000 in scenic southwest Michigan, just 140 miles from Chicago and Detroit and 35 miles from Lake Michigan. ENROLLMENT 1,443 students from 43 states and 32 countries. CAMPUS Sixty-acre campus with 29 buildings of Georgian architecture located in a historic residential area near downtown Kalamazoo. FACULTY 90 percent hold a Ph.D. or terminal degree. The student/faculty ratio is 13–1. AFFILIATION

NCAA Division III

CONFERENCE Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association INFORMATION

Office of Admission 1200 Academy Street Kalamazoo, Michigan 49006

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TOLL FREE 800.253.3602 LOCAL 269.337.7166 EMAIL admission@kzoo.edu WEB kzoo.edu ATHLETICS

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KALAMAZOO COLLEGE THE K-PLAN Kalamazoo College’s distinctive approach to liberal arts education, the K-Plan, has four components:

• Depth and Breadth in the Liberal Arts • Learning Through Experience • International and Intercultural Experience • Independent Scholarship

Full engagement in the K-Plan helps students accomplish these learning outcomes: to know at least one field of inquiry in depth; to study a variety of fields of inquiry; to be able to engage in various cultural contexts in informed, meaningful, responsible, and respectful ways; to be able to learn effectively in a variety of settings; to be able to integrate theory and experiences through reflection; to respect personal and cultural differences;to be able to communicate effectively in both written and oral forms; to be proficient in at least one second language; and to be able to think critically, reason analytically, and solve problems skillfully. STRONG FOCUS ON EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION • More than two thirds of students complete an internship or externship • 70 percent of students participate in a meaningful, immersive international and intercultural experience—often characterized by home stays, an Integrative Cultural Research Project, and duration of three to nine months—in 41 programs in 24 countries on six continents • About two thirds of students participate in course-based or student-led co-curricular service-learning projects • All students engage in a Senior Individualized Project, an in-depth research or creative project done in the senior year MORE IN FOUR, MORE IN A LIFETIME • Outstanding performance on the nationwide Collegiate Learning Assessment, the best current measure of student outcomes in critical thinking, analytical reasoning, and writing • Ranked among the top among all U.S. institutions for graduates earning PhDs in physical sciences (9th), life sciences (11th), psychology (15th), and math and computer science (17th). • Named one of the Best Liberal Arts Colleges by U.S. News & World Report • One of the Colleges That Change Lives, book by Loren Pope, higher education expert and former New York Times education editor, describing a group of 40 dynamic colleges that excel at developing potential, values, and initiative and provide the foundation for success beyond college • Named one of the 44 “Best Buy” schools by Fiske Guide to Colleges BY THE NUMBERS • 1443 students from 43 states and 32 countries; 27 percent students of color • Class of 2020 mean ACT - 28 / mean SAT critical reading - 594 / mean SAT math - 624. Kalamazoo College is a test optional school. • More than 98 percent of students receive need-based and/or merit-based financial aid; 23 percent are Pell eligible • 13-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio

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2017 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT Sept 2 at Oberlin 9 WHEATON (Ill.) 16 CONCORDIA (Ill.) 30 at Alma* Oct 7 OLIVET* 14 at Trine* 21 ADRIAN* (Homecoming) 28 HOPE* (Senior Day) Nov 4 at Rockford (Ill.) 11 at Albion*

TIME 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m.

Home games in CAPS • All times are Eastern *Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association games All home games have live stats and video online at hornets.kzoo.edu.

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2017 ROSTER No Name 2 Noah Greenway 3 Dylan Padget 4 Anthony Giovanni 5 Jacob Chantres 6 Zak Zagon 7 Cameron Ball 8 Jon Evans 9 Clay Wilkey 10 Brad Ekonen 11 Cam Crothers 12 Alex White 13 Brett Lehman 14 Josh Atwell 15 A.J. Convertino 16 Garrett Guglielmetti 17 Nate Micallef 18 Zach VanFaussien 19 Niko Nickson 20 Keigan Ryckman 21 Jake Sypniewski 22 Skyler Nichols 22d Raekwon Castelow 23 Seth Dexter 24 CJ Foster 25 Josh Vance 26 Matt Ford 27 Lorenzo Redmond 28 DeShawn Moore 29 Clayton Meldrum 30 Jared Pittman 31 Jakob Frederick 32 Tom Beaubien 33 Alex Stockwell 34 Hunter Roberts 35 Quentin Sweeney 36 Brandon Mach 37 Cody Howrigon 38 Jacob Graham 39 Greg Kearns 40 Taylor Jackson 41 Justin Roop 42 Cory Gensterblum 43 Matt Kralick 44 Dominic Moore

Pos DB WR WR DB WR WR DL LB QB QB QB WR RB WR QB LB QB QB RB DB DB RB WR RB DB DB RB DB DB RB LB LB LB RB LB DB DB RB K LB LB DB LB DL

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Yr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr.

Ht 5-8 5-8 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-9 5-8 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-10 5-11 5-6 6-1 5-6 5-10 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-4 5-8 5-10 5-9 6-4 5-7 6-3 5-9 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-0 5-9 5-10

Wt 165 175 159 186 195 145 230 210 196 205 202 161 176 185 189 201 191 214 171 175 172 152 200 178 181 200 201 179 194 204 213 190 209 184 216 150 193 175 200 200 255 205 200 225

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Hometown / High School Belding / Greenville Westland / Livonia Churchill Farmington Hills / Harrison Livonia / Churchill Three Rivers / Three Rivers Spring Lake / Spring Lake Aurora, Ill. / West Aurora Kalamazoo / Parchment Brighton / Hartland Commerce Twp. / Walled Lake Central Litchfield / Homer Concord / Concord Grandville / Grandville Canton / Plymouth Shelby Twp. / Utica Livonia / Stevenson Beverly Hills / Wylie E. Groves Sterling Heights / Stevenson Riverdale / Vestaburg Grand Rapids / Forest Hills Eastern Battle Creek / Lakeview Flat Rock / Woodhaven Kalamazoo / Parchment Battle Creek / Lakeview Southfield / Groves Southfield / Walled Lake Central Flint / Carman-Ainsworth Farmington Hills / Southfield Christian Gobles / Kalamazoo Christian Muskegon / Muskegon Spring Lake / Spring Lake Flint / Flint Powers Catholic Diamondale / Holt White Lake / Lakeland Wayland / Wayland St. Johnsbury, Vt. / St. Johnsbury Acadmey Plainwell / Plainwell Niles / Buchanan Howell / Howell Owosso / Cuorunna Grand Rapids / Godwin Heights Portland / Portland Portage / Portage Northern Southfield / Southfield A&T

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2017 ROSTER No Name 45 Caleb Edwards 46 Jack Wehr 47 Jake Osen 48 Andres Del Castillo 50 Kareem Wallace 51 Brandon Webb 52 Joe Piet 55 Ben Forhan 56 Nick Williams 58 Hunter Angileri 60 Jaylin Jones 62 David Vanderkloot 64 Noah Ellinger 66 Travis Coop 69 Trevor Whipple 70 Brad Bez 74 Zach Brazil 75 Beau Godkin 76 Sai Klein 78 Mason Heilman 80 Ethan Kubik 81 Sam Matthews 82 Ricky Brown 83 Chris Herrera 84 Matt Ryder 89 Austin Webb 90 Josh Martin 92 Ryan Andrusz 96 Daijon DeSaussure 98 Alex Dupree 99 Noah Coplan

Pos LB DL DB K/P DL DL DL DL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR WR LB WR WR DL DL DL DL DL

Yr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Ht 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-6 5-11 5-11 6-5 6-3 6-0 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-1 5-9 6-5 6-3

Wt 185 221 178 170 194 268 225 211 228 265 280 238 240 261 285 282 285 255 269 293 192 195 212 202 200 175 227 260 268 227 227

Hometown / High School Battle Creek / Lakeview Sykesville, Md. / Marriotts Ridge Livonia / Churchill Monterrey, Mexico / North Broward Prep (FL) Highland Park / Fitzgerald Detroit / Cass Tech Evergreen Park, Ill. / Evergreen Park Commerce Twp. / Walled Lake Northern Grand Blanc / Grand Blanc Southgate / Southgate Anderson Farmington / Ypsilanti Lincoln Bannockburn, Ill. / Deerfield Richland / Battle Creek St. Philip Three Rivers / Three Rivers Ludington / Ludington Okemos / Okemos Birmingham / Seaholm Howell / Howell Naperville, Ill. / Neuqua Valley Livonia / Churchill Allen Park / Allen Park Grand Rapids / East Grand Rapids Oak Park / Southfield Christian South Haven / South Haven Commerce Twp. / St. Marys Jonesville / Hillsdale Lansing / Grand Ledge Rochester / Stoney Creek Grosse Pointe / South Lake Royal Oak / Brother Rice River Forest, Ill. / Oak Park & River Forest

All hometowns and high schools are in Michigan unless indicated. Head Coach: Jamie Zorbo (Kalamazoo ’00) Assistant Coaches: Van Nickert, John Krajacic, Ryan McElwain, Ty Lynk, Aaron Rice, Jason Porter, Andrew Thiede, Brook Higgins Head Athletic Trainer: Kathleen White Captains: Quentin Sweeney, Josh Vance, Alex White, Clay Wilkey

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2017 ROSTER

Noah Greenway DB • 2

Dylan Padget WR • 3

Anthony Giovanni WR • 4

Jacob Chantres DB • 5

Zak Zagon WR • 6

Cameron Ball WR • 7

Jon Evans DL • 8

Clay Wilkey LB • 9

Brad Ekonen QB • 10

Cam Crothers QB • 11

Alex White QB • 12

Brett Lehman WR • 13

Josh Atwell RB • 14

A.J. Convertino WR • 15

Garrett Guglielmetti QB • 16

Nate Micallef LB • 17

Zach VanFaussien QB • 18

Niko Nickson QB • 19

Keigan Ryckman RB • 20

Jake Sypniewski DB • 21

Skyler Nichols DB • 22

Raekwon Castelow RB • 22

Seth Dexter WR • 23

CJ Foster RB • 24

Josh Vance DB • 25

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2017 ROSTER

Matt Ford DB • 26

Lorenzo Redmond RB • 27

DeShawn Moore DB • 28

Clayton Meldrum DB • 29

Jared Pittman RB • 30

Jakob Frederick LB • 31

Tom Beaubien LB • 32

Alex Stockwell LB • 33

Hunter Roberts RB • 34

Quentin Sweeney LB • 35

Brandon Mach DB • 36

Cody Howrigon DB • 37

Jacob Graham RB • 38

Greg Kearns K • 39

Taylor Jackson LB • 40

Justin Roop LB • 41

Cory Gensterblum DB • 42

Matt Kralick LB • 43

Dominic Moore DL • 44

Caleb Edwards LB • 45

Jack Wehr DL • 46

Jake Osen DB • 47

Andres Del Castillo K/P • 48

Kareem Wallace DL • 50

Brandon Webb DL • 51

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2017 ROSTER

Joe Piet DL • 52

Ben Forhan DL • 55

Nick Williams DL • 56

Hunter Angileri OL • 58

Jaylin Jones OL • 60

David Vanderkloot OL • 62

Noah Ellinger OL • 64

Travis Coop OL • 66

Trevor Whipple OL • 69

Brad Bez OL • 70

Zach Brazil OL • 74

Beau Godkin OL • 75

Sai Klein OL • 76

Mason Heilman OL • 78

Ethan Kubik WR • 80

Sam Matthews WR • 81

Ricky Brown WR • 82

Chris Herrera LB • 83

Matt Ryder WR • 84

Austin Webb WR • 89

Josh Martin DL • 90

Ryan Andrusz DL • 92

Daijon DeSaussure DL • 96

Alex Dupree DL • 98

Noah Coplan DL • 99

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COACHING STAFF Jamie Zorbo • Head Coach jzorbo@kzoo.edu 269.337.7078

Jamie Zorbo was named head football coach at Kalamazoo College on Dec. 4, 2007. He is the 25th head football coach in school history and a 2000 graduate of the College. Zorbo earned his first win as a head coach in his second career game, winning 17-14 at Rockford (Ill.) College on Sept. 13, 2008. The Hornets connected on a 20-yard field goal with two seconds left to gain the victory. The Hornets doubled their win totals in each of Zorbo’s first two years as head coach. Zorbo inherited a team that finished 1-8 the year before and led them to a 2-8 record in his first season. In 2009, Zorbo’s second season, the Hornets doubled their win total and finished 4-6. Zorbo’s 2009 team had four players earn All-MIAA honors and two players selected as Academic All-Americans. Two players were also selected to compete in the D3 Football Senior Classic. As a team, the 2009 Hornets led the nation (NCAA III) in passing offense with 382.3 yards per game. The Hornets also set four school records as a team while also breaking 19 individual school records. In 2010, Kalamazoo players earned six All-MIAA honors and Cory McCain ‘11 was selected to the Tazón de Estrellas (Bowl of the Stars). The team ranked 25th in the country in passing offense and 43rd in total offense. In 2013, Kalamazoo finished with an overall record of 6-4 and a 4-2 record in MIAA play. Five Hornets earned All-MIAA honors while seniors Ryan Gregory, Lake Larioza, and Josh Wise played in a postseason bowl game. Zorbo first came to Kalamazoo College as a student in 1996 after graduating from Battle Creek Lakeview High School. He was a four-year letter winner for the Hornets as a defensive end, earning All-MIAA (Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association) second team honors in 1999 with 24 tackles and three sacks. He graduated in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. Following graduation, Zorbo remained at Kalamazoo College as an assistant coach for six seasons while working on a master’s in business administration degree at Western Michigan University, which he completed in 2004. The Hornets had an overall record of 26-32 over those six seasons, including four straight .500-plus seasons from 2000-03. Zorbo coached the defensive line from 2000-03. He was promoted to defensive coordinator, recruiting coordinator and defensive backs coach in 2004 and 2005. As defensive coordinator, Zorbo had six players named to All-MIAA first, second or coaches’ honorable mention teams, including NCAA Division III’s leading tackler and MIAA Defensive MVP in 2004 (Jeremy Vanisacker). As defensive line coach, Zorbo coached four players to All-MIAA second or coaches’ honorable mention teams. Zorbo became an assistant coach at DePauw University (Greencastle, Ind.) in 2006. He coached the linebackers for two seasons, and most recently was the assistant defensive coordinator, special teams coordinator, and strength and conditioning coach. In two seasons, Zorbo coached five linebackers who received All-SCAC (Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference) second team or honorable mention honors. DePauw finished 6-4 in 2006 and 8-2 in 2007. Jamie resides in Portage with his wife, Allison, and son, Dominick.

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COACHING STAFF Van Nickert • Assistant Coach vnickert@kzoo.edu 269.337.7080

• Linebackers Coach • 35th season • Graduate of Western Michigan University '81 • Resides in Kalamazoo with his wife, Lana, and daughters, Allison and Haley

John Krajacic • Assistant Coach krajacic@kzoo.edu 269.337.7085

• Assistant Head Coach • Offensive Coordinator / Offensive Line Coach • 10th season • Graduate of Kalamazoo College '04 • Played defensive end for the Hornets (2000-03) • Resides in Portage with his wife, Alicia, and son, Harrison

Ryan McElwain • Assistant Coach mcelwain@kzoo.edu 269.337.5805

• Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Backs Coach • 9th season • Graduate of DePauw University '08 • Played linebacker for the DePauw Tigers (2004-07), earning All-SCAC honors • Also earned All-SCAC honors in shot-put and discus • Resides in Kalamazoo

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COACHING STAFF Ty Lynk • Assistant Coach 269.337.7082

• Wide Receivers Coach • 9th season • Played wide receiver and basketball at Western Michigan University • Owner of Visual Resources, LLC in Battle Creek • Head Coach of West Michigan Ironmen, an indoor football team in Muskegon • Resides with his wife (Kelly), son (Justin), and daughters (Jessica and Jillian)

Aaron Rice • Assistant Coach 269.337.7082

• Quarterbacks Coach • 3rd season (2013, 2016-17) • Graduate of Kalamazoo College '12 • Played wide receiver for the Hornets • Coached at Manchester University in 2014 & 2015 • Resides in Kalamazoo

Andrew Thiede • Assistant Coach 269.337.7082

• Defensive Line Coach • 1st season • Graduate of Kalamazoo College '17 • Earned All-MIAA honors in 2016 as a defensive end for the Hornets • Ranks third in Kalamazoo College history with 14.5 career sacks • Working towards a master’s degree at Western Michigan University • Resides in Kalamazoo

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COACHING STAFF Brook Higgins • Assistant Coach 269.337.7082

• Assistant Linebackers Coach • 1st season • Played linebacker at Wayne State University • Graduate of Western Michigan University '17 • Resides in Kalamazoo

Jason Porter • Assistant Coach 269.337.7082

• Running Backs Coach • 1st season • Graduate of Western Michigan University '01 • Played baseball (3B) and football (QB) at Aurora University • Was a high shool head football coach at Loy Norrix, LaVille (Ind.), Athens • Coached softball at Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo Central HS, Schoolcraft HS • Resides in Kalamazoo

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AWARD WINNERS NATIONAL AWARDS

POSTSEASON GAMES

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 1986 Christopher Mack (2nd team) 1990 David Doyle (2nd) 1991 Sean Mullendore (2nd) 1992 Sean Mullendore (1st) 1996 Lance Sanders (2nd) 2001 Brant Haverdink (1st) 2009 Brandon Luczak (1st) 2009 Nate Kopydlowski (1st)

USA Football All-Star Classic 1997 Lance Sanders 1997 Gregg McDonald Aztec Bowl Participants 1999 Nick Lachapelle, Defensive Line 2001 Brant Haverdink, Linebacker 2004 Jeremy Vanisacker, Linebacker

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients 1965 Tom Nicolai All-Americans 1999 Jeff Dillingham, KR (USAfootball.com 3rd team) 1999 Eric Gerwin, LB (USAfootball.com 4th team) 1999 Eric Gerwin, LB (D3football.com HM) 1999 Nick Lachapelle, DL (USAfootball.com HM) 2000 Brant Haverdink, LB (USAfootball.com 3rd team) 2001 Brant Haverdink, LB (Hewlett Packard 3rd team) 2004 Jeremy Vanisacker, LB (D3football.com 2nd team) All-Region 2005 Jeff Green, WR (D3football.com 3rd team) 2006 Chris Werme, CB (D3football.com 2nd team) 2008 Shane Nolan, KR (D3football.com 3rd team) 2009 Jimmy Semelsberger, WR (D3football.com 2nd team) 2013 Josh Wise, WR (D3football.com 3rd team) 2015 Octavius Sanders, CB (D3football.com 3rd team)

Tazón de Estrellas (Bowl of the Stars) 2010 Cory McCain 2012 Dimeko Price 2012 Jimmy Frye 2013 Ryan Gregory 2013 Jake Larioza 2013 Josh Wise 2015 Octavius Sanders 2015 Dylan Zerki 2016 Sean Bauer 2016 BJ Smith Division III Football Senior Classic Participants 2009 Brandon Luczak, Quarterback 2009 Jimmy Semelsberger, Wide Receiver FCS Senior Scout Bowl Participants 2012 Erick Helfmann

CONFERENCE AWARDS MIAA MVP’s 1939 Dan Wood, B (Co-MVP) 1956 Bob Urschalitz, B 1999 Eric Gerwin, Defense 2001 Brant Haverdink, Defense 2004 Jeremy Vanisacker, Defense MIAA Al Deal Scholar-Athlete Award 2009-10 Brandon Luczak (Football/Baseball)

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NCAA STATEMENT KALAMAZOO COLLEGE STATEMENT ON NCAA INFRACTIONS On March 22, 2016, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced Kalamazoo College had three major violations involving the awarding of financial aid, recruitment practices and failure to monitor NCAA financial aid regulations. The NCAA found there was no intent by Kalamazoo College to circumvent NCAA rules. The NCAA placed K on probation for a period of three years and placed a ban on postseason competition, including conference tournaments; regular season conference championship consideration; and NCAA championship opportunities, for any team whose roster contains one or more student-athletes who received financial aid impermissible according to NCAA rules. As of March 2016, all Hornet Athletics teams have at least one student-athlete who receives this type of financial aid. The College appealed the ban on postseason play and the ban on regular season conference championship consideration. According to the NCAA process, the postseason ban will be held in abeyance until the appeal process is completed. The NCAA will allow K to repackage the impermissible financial aid to maintain postseason play and championship consideration. As soon as K concluded NCAA infractions occurred, the College immediately corrected the process that led to the awarding of impermissible financial aid. Therefore, for students entering in the fall of 2015 and thereafter, the financial aid awards are compliant with NCAA regulations. In the admission process, Kalamazoo College considers a variety of indicators in addition to grades, including a broad assessment of extracurricular activities such as community service, student government, music and athletics. This admission process does not violate NCAA regulations. The awarding of financial aid violation occurred when extracurricular athletics activities included in the admission process also informed the financial aid process. NCAA rules prohibit the inclusion of athletic extracurricular activity in financial aid consideration. “The College’s admission process and financial aid policy place value on a holistic view of prospective students. Our intent was to treat all students—the musicians, the artists, the student leaders, the athletes—fairly,” said Provost Mickey McDonald. “The College made a mistake by failing to remove athletic participation in financial aid consideration­, a process which is not in alignment with NCAA rules.” The recruiting violation occurred when the baseball coach, who was new to the College at the time, incorrectly suggested to some prospective students that he could influence the financial aid process. As soon as the College became aware of the misrepresentation, it reported it to the NCAA and provided training for all K coaches. The third major violation relates to not having had in place appropriate policies and procedures and training for staff regarding NCAA financial aid rules. Since the investigation began in June 2014, Kalamazoo College has instituted the following changes: • • • •

Ceased including extracurricular activities of any kind when considering the amount of financial aid offered students Clarified the NCAA compliance responsibilities within athletics, provided training to those with these responsibilities, and restructured staffing to meet compliance responsibilities Provided ongoing, annual training for athletics, admission and financial aid staff Hired a consultant to conduct a compliance audit and to make additional recommendations

“All of the NCAA concerns have been corrected. Kalamazoo College is committed to complying with NCAA rules and regulations,” said McDonald. “We will continue to educate and train our staff and monitor our financial aid programs and recruiting practices so we can best serve our student-athletes and to provide the best athletic program we can.” The NCAA released a Public Infractions Report on March 22. The report is available online at NCAA.org.

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2017 FOOTBALL DATE OPPONENT

Sept Oct Nov

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at Oberlin WHEATON (Ill.) CONCORDIA (Ill.) at Alma* OLIVET* at Trine* ADRIAN* (Homecoming) HOPE* (Senior Day) at Rockford (Ill.) at Albion*

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m.

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Home games in CAPS All times are Eastern *Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association games

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