Kenny Piper became the second Columbia College baseball player selected in the Major League Baseball (MLB) draft when his name was called in the 18th round, joining Andrew Warner (40th round, 1,203 pick in 2018).
As the final minutes of the first half wound down at R. Marvin Owens Stadium on April 24, Carson Lindsey collected a pass from Erik Rajoy, made a move to evade a defender, and rifled the ball into the back of the net.
Potter will serve as the 67th president of CoSIDA for a one-year term in 2021-22 after holding the first vice president office during this academic year. She becomes the fifth female to lead the organization and is the first National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) member to serve in CoSIDA’s highest volunteer leadership position.
Diane Herman Hill ’70 had spent the day in Columbia with her husband, Greg, their two daughters and four of their six grandkids when Greg said he had something to show her. Her first reaction was, “Oh geez, what is he doing?,” and much to Diane’s surprise, Greg pulled into a parking lot at Columbia College.