With Ferris soccer having the fall season delayed to the spring, many incoming freshman layers have used the semester to adapt to the new college life. Kendra Brown, a freshman […]
Being a student athlete can take a toll mentally during a regular season, but add in the stressfulness of COVID-19 and the uncertainty of any sports, and it’s a whole […]
After taking an unexpected loss to Northwood University in their last regular season game, Ferris women’s soccer came back in dominating fashion in the first round of the GLIAC Tournament.
Though the Ferris women’s soccer team has been competitive within their conference this season, two teams, Ashland University and Grand Valley State University, have got the better of the Bulldogs.
Ferris women’s soccer held their senior day Sunday, Oct. 20, where seven seniors were recognized for their time on the team.
The transition from high school to college can be challenging, but transitioning to a new country at the same time can weigh on a student-athlete.