Hillsdale College Mission Statement:
Hillsdale College was founded in 1844 with a purpose to "develop the minds and improve the hearts of its students," a reference to the moral and intellectual virtues. The driving purpose of athletics at Hillsdale College is to cultivate these virtues. Their practice, on the field of competition, inspires and elevates the minds and characters of those who compete and those who watch.
The staff, faculty, and coaches at Hillsdale College seek to develop student-athletes both on and off the field as men and women of character. It is our belief that service to others is an essential part of this development. Hillsdale College Charger student-athletes serve in our community as an extension of their learning in the classroom and on the field of competition.
Football players volunteer weekly at Gier Elementary School. They read with students and support with projects in the classroom.
Men's Basketball helps annually with the Hillsdale High School XC invitational at Owens Park. 08/30/2017
Men's and Women's Tennis host Community Tennis Day. 10/14/2017
Men's Basketball Asst. Coach Brandon Pritzl, Ryan Badowski, Football Asst. Coach Pat Hornak pack boxes to aid hurricane victims in Houston, TX. 09/01/2017
More photos 09/09/2017
Coach to Cure Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Head Football Coach Keith Otterbein and Jack, whose family visited the Chargers for the 2017 Homecoming victory against Kentucky Wesleyan 09/30/2017
Hillsdale College Dean of Men Aaron Peterson and Charger Cheerleader Zoe Harness congratulate the youth football players after their half-time scrimmage. 10/21/2017
Kids signed up for 3rd-6th attended the Hillsdale Recreation Youth Basketball Season Kick off at Roche Sports Complex with Coaches John Tharp and Brandon Pritzl and the Hillsdale Chargers Men's Basketball team on 10/29/2017.
Full-Court Press Against Hunger
Thursday, January 25, 2017: Coaches vs. Cancer/Suits & Sneakers - Charger Basketball vs. Kentucky Wesleyan @ 5:30/7:30 p.m.
Thursday, February 8, 2017: Women in Sports Night - Charger Women's Basketball vs. Ursuline @ 6:00 p.m.