The Hilbert College Women’s Basketball team, led by head coach Melissa Graham, is hosting their summer basketball camp. They offer two camps this summer — Session I runs from July 16-20 and the second camp will run from July 30- Aug 3.
Here are some photos and a video of the hawk statue dedication and blessing from Thursday, April 27, 2017. Special thanks to Ted & Mary VanDeusen, Student Government Association, and Leadership Corps for supporting the purchase of the Hawk statue.
The Hilbert College men’s basketball team is searching for a highly motivated student to serve as a volunteer student-manager with the program for the 2014-15 season. The selected individual must possess strong organizational skills, be of good moral character, and have a somewhat flexible schedule in the late afternoon and evening. Practice gets under way in late-September and the season runs through the end of February or beginning of March. Duties include preparing the gym for practice, assisting with all equipment needs, operating the game clock in practice, helping with game-day preparations at home and on the road, and other assignments as delegated by the men’s basketball coaching staff.
Anyone interested is encouraged to stop by the men’s basketball office in room 116 of the Hafner Recreation Center, or contact head coach Rob deGrandpre at (716) 926-8803 or email@example.com.
Attention Class of 2014!
Today is the GRAD FAIR and marks 45 days until Commencement! Graduating seniors should stop by the Campus Center today from 10am to 2pm to purchase their cap and gown for Commencement. Pick up your invitations, information about the Hilbert Alumni Association, job searching, graduate school, the Baccalaureate Mass, class rings, and more!
HAMBURG, N.Y. – Natalie Whitman scored her 1,000 collegiate point from the foul line late in the game, just as Haley Oakes was putting on a shooting clinic, but the Hilbert College women’s basketball team ran out of time to pull out a victory over the visiting Spartans from D’Youville College tonight. D’Youville (6-4) escaped for the second time this season with a 67-60 win over the Hawks (1-9) in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference match up.
Natalie Whitman finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds earning her 10th double double this season, while Kylie Reinholz was a rebound shy of a double-double to match her 12 points. Amber Hay added 9 rebounds and 7 assists as Haley Oakes chipped in 9 points.
D’Youville’s Alexis Smith led all scorers with 21 points and 9 rebounds.
Hilbert started the game on a 6-0 run only to be countered by a 7-2 run by D’Youville with the Hawks holding an 8-7 lead by 14:10. Hilbert built a 10-point lead using a 5-point surge from Amber Hay. In the next six minutes of play, the Hawks went cold and the Spartans forced a 21-21 tie before they took their first lead with 3:52 remaining. Both teams traded baskets heading into the break all knotted up at 26-26.
Hilbert held the advantage on the glass by 6, but trailed at the foul line making only 2 of their 7 attempts. Whitman went to the locker room with 6 points in 12 minutes due to foul trouble.
Erin Smith started the second half with a quick four points to give Hilbert a 30-28 lead. And Natalie Whitman’s free throw at 13:50 gave the Hawks their last lead of the night at 38-36. D’Youville went on an 18-5 run over a seven minute period putting the hosts in a hole that turned out to insurmountable. At 6:03 Natalie Whitman made a foul shot to reach the 1,000 point plateau to give the Hawks 45 points. Hilbert closed the game on a 15-9 run with Haley Oakes going 4 for 4 in the game’s last four minutes.
Hilbert made only 7 of the 20 free throws but held their rebounding edge by a 55-50 margin. Despite poor shooting in the first half, both teams were able to muster a respectable 40%FG shooting.
The Hawks return to action this Saturday when they host Franciscan University in another AMCC match at 4pm.
Natalie Whitman brought 232 points from St. Andrews University and proceeded to add more markers over the course of the next season and a half since transferring in January 2012. Natalie averaged 13.5 points per game in the 56 games dressed in blue and white before tonight’s game. She needed 11 points to break 1000.
On Monday, Sept. 23, the television show Out of Bounds will be taped in the gym at Hafner Recreation Center on the Hilbert College campus. Out of Bounds features Buffalo Bills LB Arthur Moats (right) and the scheduled guest is WR Robert Woods (below) along with host Sal Capaccio of WGR 550. All are welcome to attend! Be there at 7:00 p.m., taping begins at 7:30 p.m.
HAMBURG, NY – Hilbert College announced Professor John D’Amico will serve as Interim Director of Athletics while a national search for the college’s permanent replacement of outgoing athletics director, Sue Viscomi, is conducted this summer.
“I am pleased to announce the appointment of John D’Amico as Interim Director of Athletics,” Hilbert College President Cynthia Zane said. “John’s role will be vital to maintaining and guiding the athletics department into and through the summer months.”
D’Amico joined Hilbert’s business faculty in 1994 and currently presides as President of the Faculty Senate. He has also served as the faculty advisor to the men’s soccer team and the ski club.
“I am excited to serve in this role,” D’Amico said. “I can’t thank President Zane enough for this opportunity. I have always enjoyed my involvement with the athletics department and this provides me the opportunity to be engaged and immersed in the day-to-day operations.”