CSAC Defensive Player of the Year Defines How NUVB Eyes Excellence

November 2, 2017 | by Evan Zielinski | Leave a comment

A Message by: Melanie Malseed Excellence is defined as the quality of being outstanding or extremely good.  Although every athlete knows they simply cannot be perfect, there is no reason for us not to strive to get as close to it as possible. With wins and losses put aside, the volleyball team strives to excel … Read More 

The Power of Excellence: Neumann University Men’s Soccer

October 31, 2017 | by Evan Zielinski | Leave a comment

Neumann Men’s Soccer defines excellence in a multitude of ways. We hold ourselves to certain standards that keep our level of excellence at a peak.  Being punctual, respectful, determined and hardworking keeps our team firing on all cylinders. When we have training sessions, games, or meetings, our guys are always there early and tuned in … Read More 

Tough Times Don’t Last, Tough People Do

September 19, 2017 | by Evan Zielinski | Leave a comment

Kyle Gardner, Editor: Too often in the world of athletics an athlete’s development is judged purely by their success in or on their respective field, court, rink or lane. While statistical success may create the forefront of the portrait of an athlete, it’s the developments and the skill sets which go un-captured by the box … Read More 

Sleep Habits in Student Athletes

July 18, 2017 | by Evan Zielinski | Leave a comment

  I have been a certified athletic trainer for four years and one of the most popular topics of conversation in the athletic training room is sleep. I have found that some athletes love sleeping and or napping or they are so busy with school, work and sports that they just don’t have time to … Read More 

Summer Service ft. Jen Sieminski

July 11, 2017 | by Evan Zielinski | Leave a comment

Jen Sieminski, a rising sophomore on the Neumann University softball team, recently put aside her cleats as she picked up a shovel and embarked a journey to Wyoming with Mission and Ministry. Sieminski joined Patrick McKenzie (Director of Campus Ministry) and five other students at the Wind River Indian Reservation where they worked with Sr. Teresa … Read More 

Redemption Through Victories

April 12, 2017 | by Marco Sifoni | Leave a comment


To be the last two teams standing, in an exhausting 64 team tournament, is an accomplishment within itself but, who would not want to be the last team standing hoisting the trophy over their heads? It is hard not to feel good when you see a team rejoicing after they have won a championship game. … Read More 

What Is the “College Experience?”

October 5, 2012 | by Kevin Sloan | Leave a comment


How often we confuse the words “college experience” for “partying.” I once had a recruit visit me, wanting to go to school to get the “college experience.” My head did a 360 degree turn. In moments like this, I always enjoy the follow-up questions, especially wondering whether the recruit’s parents will agree or disagree with … Read More