Hannah Meager is no stranger to hard work. In addition to her four years on the track and field team, she’s held three on-campus jobs and pursued majors in communication and psychology. She also interned at Alright Solutions, the leading third-party human resources outsourcing company in the world. That internship has led to a job with the corporation and an opportunity for Meager to return to her home state of California this summer.
The impressive season for women’s volleyball was very much an all-Spartan effort. Of course, the players themselves had a huge part in finishing the regular season with a 26–7 overall record. Though credit also goes to the students — exercise science majors — who played a key role in improving the student-athletes’ training regimen.
The opportunity to contribute to the rich history and tradition of Spartan Athletics has attracted 33 student-athletes to compete in two new sports this year: women’s hockey and men’s volleyball.
Last month during Homecoming festivities, Corey Breyne ’98, and Therese (Plachetka) Nelson ’83, ’96, were inducted into the Aurora University Athletic Hall of Fame.
This week the Aurora University Athletic program is celebrating NCAA Division III Week. The university sponsors 24 Div. III men’s and women’s teams, which engage some 20 percent of the university’s student body.