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Men’s Golf: We Do Not Let Our Chins Go Down

March 6, 2019 | by Evan Zielinski

Written By: Tommy Loftus | Men’s Golf This year, the Neumann University Men’s Golf team is using an inspirational picture as our symbol of stewardship. Rickie is a man of faith and well composed moral character.  Rickie also dresses very well especially on the golf course. Stewardship is not only about using our resources carefully … Read More 

Neumann Baseball: No One is Above Anyone

March 5, 2019 | by Evan Zielinski

Written By: David Alvarez & Grant Wallace | Neumann Baseball The Neumann University Baseball team is using a baseball as a symbol of stewardship during the 2019 season. It is important for us to not drop the ball. We need to take care of it and make the plays in order to be successful. The … Read More 

To My Teammates, Thank You! By: Jordyn Cholish

February 15, 2019 | by Evan Zielinski

Written By: Jordyn Cholish The Neumann University Women’s Ice Hockey team means so much to me, and by team, I mean past teammates as well. I have met many awesome people and created many relationships that I know won’t go away once my college career comes to an end. My teammates are going to be … Read More 

Jackie Schneider Reflects on her Hockey Experience in a Q & A

February 13, 2019 | by Evan Zielinski

While an individual’s behavior is always their personal responsibility, influences do happen that can affect their performance and a team’s morale. Jackie Schneider, a standout senior athlete on both the women’s ice hockey and softball teams, reflects on her time spent with the women’s ice hockey program and the relationships she created over the last four … Read More 

Men’s Basketball: The Key to Success Is Communication

November 30, 2018 | by Evan Zielinski

Written By:Jordan Collins, Men’s Basketball To the men’s basketball team, Stewardship is the management or care of something to assist it to grow to become a success. On our team stewardship looks like working together as a team to achieve our common goal, which is to win the first Atlantic East championship and NCAA championship. … Read More