Eager to play, but not wanting to be consumed by athletics, Hannah Lipman found her perfect balance.
Student-athletes know teamwork, but Kayla Hansen—involved in five other campus groups—is learning to lead.
A softball player from an early age, Isabella Masini chose Elmhurst for the opportunity to play all four years.
A leadership opportunity on Elmhurst's dance team has helped Andrea Romano become the person she is today.
For small-town native David Devaney, Elmhurst's proximity to Chicago means there's always something to do.
For Maureen Roderick, it's reassuring to see successful Elmhurst graduates working in her field.
For Jillian Jackson, performing with Elmhurst's dance team is a confidence builder and an opportunity to connect.
Peggy Clemens and her volleyball teammates love their shared experiences—especially the winning.
Initially considering a big school, Taylor Collins found a home on campus and sees graduate school just ahead.
Being a part of the track and cross county teams has given Elyse Christofanelli family-like support.
Playing college football is very tough, but it's also very rewarding, says Matt D'Angelo.
Katlyn Bednarski says participating in Bluejay athletics has helped her stay focused and given her another family.
At Elmhurst, Tyler Lomnicki found the opportunity to play a sport that he loves while getting a great education.
Cross country runner Kelsey Blount was welcomed on a team where academics is always leading the way.
John Reglin isn’t afraid of a challenge, which is good because balancing soccer life and student life isn’t easy.
Multi-sport athlete Jonathan Johnson appreciates his professors and coaches for supporting his goals.
When Bethany Holden joined the bowling team, she found a diverse set of friends she could count on.
At Elmhurst, Jake Oster was able to join the wrestling team as a freshman and compete right away.
Lauren Lipira talks about starting a cheerleading squad at Elmhurst and getting recognition for the squad's achievements.