The following are recent updates on some Charlevoix graduates who are playing collegiate athletics:
-- Ben Myers, a freshman forward, played 22-minutes for Clemson University in a Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer match loss, 2-0, to the University of Virgina.
Myers, a Charlevoix grad, has played in six games this year for the Tigers, recording one game winning goal, and has had taken four shots, two on goal.
Clemson will travel to the Univeristy of North Carolina on Friday, October 7.
-- A pair of Charlevoix grads, KC McCary and Taylor Smith, played for Northern Michigan University during a GLIAC women's soccer match win, 4-1, against Lake Erie (Ohio) College.
McCary, a starting senior at mid, had one goal against Lake Erie, one her only shot of the game. McCary would also be credited with strong defensive play, later in the week during a 0-0 tie against GLIAC rival, Ashland (Ohio) University.
Smith, a freshman mid player, saw action in her second game of the season, and has recorded zero shots for the Wildcats this season.
NMU is 6-2-2, 4-2-1, and will travel to Findlay (Ohio) University Friday, Oct. 7 and Tiffin (Ohio) Sunday, October 9.
-- Charlevoix graduate Hannah Hybl hit a solo home run for the Alma College softball team, sparking the Scots to a 4-2 victory over Northwood University. Hybl, a freshman, later singled in the game, in which she started and played all seven innings at first base. Hybl also made two appearances for the Scots in previous games, one against Northwood, the other against Ferris State.
-- Charlevoix grad Becca Madison registered one shot on goal in Ohio Wesleyan's 4-0 women's soccer loss to Wheaton (Ill.). Madison's shot was the only one the Battling Bishops could muster against Wheaton, which is 8-0-0 and ranked third in NCAA Division III.
The loss snapped a five-game unbeaten streak for Wesleyan, 4-3-1.