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New York Yankees Draft Catawba Baseball's Albertson in 40th Round

June 10, 2015
Category: Athletics, Events, Students
Catawba junior catcher Will Albertson (Sophia, N.C./Randleman HS/Campbell) was selected in the 40th and final round of the 2015 MLB first-year player draft.  He was drafted by the New York Yankees with pick #1203 overall. Albertson was a consensus first team All-American in his first year with…
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Catawba Completes Phase I of Premier Solar Project

June 10, 2015
Category: Environmental Science, Events
 Aerial footage of solar panel installation at theRobertson College-Community Center Catawba College has completed Phase I of its solar installation, which will ultimately provide nearly one megawatt of solar electricity for the campus. The eight new solar electric systems will produce more…
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Catawba Baseball's Brooks Drafted by Chicago Cubs in 7th Round

June 9, 2015
Category: Athletics, Events, Students
Catawba College senior pitcher Craig Brooks (Monroe, N.C./Parkwood HS) was selected in the seventh round by the Chicago Cubs in the 2015 MLB Player Draft.  He was pick #203 overall and is the highest draft pick for Catawba since Brian Boltz was taken in the second round (57 overall) in 1989. Brooks…
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Catawba’s Head Athletic Trainer Inducted into the MAATA Athletic Trainer Hall of Fame

June 8, 2015
Category: Academics, Faculty, Sport & Health Sciences
Robert Casmus, head athletic trainer at Catawba College, was inducted into the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA) Athletic Trainer Hall of Fame in May. The induction was held during the MAATA’s annual business meeting and symposium in Virginia Beach, Va., and recognized Casmus for…
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Tar Heel Boys’ State at Catawba College June 21-27

June 8, 2015
Category: Events
Catawba College will host the 76th annual session of Tar Heel Boys' State June 21-27.  This is the eleventh consecutive year that the weeklong event has been held on campus and approximately 300 participants, all rising high school seniors from North Carolina, are expected. Notable state leaders…
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