Posts tagged: Athletics

Champions of Character

By Joe Stowell on March 31, 2015

Hanging our third National Championship banner was nothing short of a massive celebration here at Cornerstone. Students gathered in the Hansen Center to celebrate the third national championship for our men's basketball team.

But what was most remarkable about the Championship Celebration wasn't the school spirit or raving fans but the attitude of the winning team. Our men's basketball players were…

Balancing Life as a Student-Athlete

By Jesse Sheridan on March 16, 2018

I'll never forget my first week of college. My mom dropped me off at the airport, early on an August morning, with 15 strangers, boarding a flight to the Dominican Republic for a mission trip.

Some might argue that this doesn't count as my first, real week, but I beg to differ. As a college athlete, my experience started a week before classes, playing basketball in a foreign country, with a group…

Jeff DeVries: To the Track in a Snap

By Kimberly Atwood on March 11, 2019

After playing four sports in high school and four years of basketball at Cornerstone University, one may have thought that, after graduation, Jeff DeVries (B.S. ’04) would begin to settle down. But, nine full Ironman and 29 half-distance competitions later, it's clear that he is only just getting started.

Fitness in a Snap

An active lifestyle is something that Jeff has always pursued, whether it…