Hope Flying Dutchmen

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 21-8 - Conference: 11-3
11/20 vs. Ind.-South Bend Final W, 74-69
11/22 vs. Trinity Christian Final W, 70-65
11/28 vs. Cornerstone Final W, 82-74
11/29 vs. Aquinas Final L, 58-46
12/5 vs. Carthage Final L, 89-68
@ Wheaton (Ill.)
12/6 at Wheaton (Ill.) Final L, 91-79
12/12 vs. Grace Bible Final W, 78-64
12/13 vs. Marygrove Final W, 65-49
12/20 at Aquinas Final L, 62-57
12/29 vs. Davenport Final W, 94-61
12/30 vs. Judson (Ill.) Final W, 112-95
1/7 at Olivet * • Final W, 79-70
1/10 vs. Albion * • Final W, 81-56
1/14 at Kalamazoo * • Final W, 80-71
1/17 vs. Calvin * • Final L, 66-64
1/21 vs. Alma * • Final W, 81-64
1/24 at Adrian * • Final W, 81-77
1/28 vs. Trine * • Final W, 85-69
1/31 vs. Olivet * • Final W, 92-64
2/4 at Albion * • Final L, 70-68
2/7 vs. Kalamazoo * • Final W, 68-58
2/11 at Calvin * • Final L, 63-62
2/14 at Alma * • Final W, 55-53
2/18 vs. Adrian * • Final W, 97-79
2/21 at Trine * • Final W, 71-68
2/25 vs. Alma Final W, 83-66
2/27 vs. Albion Final W, 75-48
@ Calvin
2/28 at Calvin Final W, 69-59
3/6 at UW-Platteville Final L, 83-59
@ Wheaton, Ill.

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 21-8 - Conference: 11-3
1/7 at Olivet * • W, 79-70
1/10 vs. Albion * • W, 81-56
1/14 at Kalamazoo * • W, 80-71
1/17 vs. Calvin * • L, 66-64
1/21 vs. Alma * • W, 81-64
1/24 at Adrian * • W, 81-77
1/28 vs. Trine * • W, 85-69
1/31 vs. Olivet * • W, 92-64
2/4 at Albion * • L, 70-68
2/7 vs. Kalamazoo * • W, 68-58
2/11 at Calvin * • L, 63-62
2/14 at Alma * • W, 55-53
2/18 vs. Adrian * • W, 97-79
2/21 at Trine * • W, 71-68

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/MIAA/Men/2008-09/standings-div1 : /conf/MIAA/Men/2008-09/standings-div2 : /conf/MIAA/Men/2008-09/standings

2008-09

Calvin 12-2 19-8
Hope 11-3 21-8
Albion 9-5 15-11
Olivet 7-7 13-14
Kalamazoo 5-9 9-16
Adrian 5-9 8-17
Alma 4-10 6-19
Trine 3-11 8-19

Past Records

2017-18 (3-4, 0-0 MIAA)
2016-17 (23-7, 13-1 MIAA)
2015-16 (24-4, 13-1 MIAA)
2014-15 (18-9, 10-4 MIAA)
2013-14 (20-8, 13-1 MIAA)
2012-13 (18-9, 12-2 MIAA)
2011-12 (27-2, 14-0 MIAA)
2010-11 (23-7, 12-2 MIAA)
2009-10 (21-8, 11-3 MIAA)
2008-09 (21-8, 11-3 MIAA)
2007-08 (28-4, 13-1 MIAA)
2006-07 (26-5, 13-1 MIAA)

Team Info

Coach: Glenn Van Wieren
Conference: MIAA

Hope

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 3191
Location: Holland, MI
Colors: Orange, Blue
Region: Great Lakes
Arena: DeVos Fieldhouse (3400)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

November 22, 2017 Scott: GLI off to a great start Marietta knows how to throw a party. The inaugural Great Lakes Invitational featured eight teams, a memorable overtime finale and an eye-catching performance from a St. Thomas senior. Ryan Scott was on the guest list and takes you inside the Great Lakes Invitational.
March 18, 2017 2017 D3hoops.com men's All-America team Did you hear? The 2017 D3hoops.com All-America team was announced in Salem, Va., on Saturday afternoon. Here's the full list headlined by Player of the Year and Tournament Most Outstanding Player Joey Flannery of Babson.
March 16, 2017 Hope's Harrison Blackledge Named NABC First Team All-American The senior forward from Canton, Ohio (Hoover HS) is one of eight Division III players to receive First Team All-America recognition.
March 14, 2017 Murphy, Blackledge win Jostens Trophy A day after being named Great Lakes Region Players of the Year, Lisa Murphy of Carnegie Mellon and Harrison Blackledge of Hope were named the 2017 Jostens Trophy winners. The Jostens Trophy recognizes excellence in athletics, academics and community service.
March 4, 2017 Second round: Orange is the new purple Crishawn Orange hit another game-winning shot for Augustana, while the orange-clad Wartburg Knights and Hope Flying Dutchmen advanced to the round of 16 on Saturday night.
March 4, 2017 Cody Stuive Record Night Fuels Hope Men's Basketball Past Wash U, Into Sectionals The Hope College senior forward put on a jaw-dropping show Saturday night, scoring a career and game-high 37 points — mostly on 10-of-11 shooting from behind the 3-point line —and propelling the No. 18 Flying Dutchmen to a 94-80 win over the No. 9 Washington University in St. Louis.