Thursday night’s basketball game against Johns Hopkins marked the first time Hopkins freshman Michael Gardner took the court in the athletics center named for his late father, Douglas B. Gardner ’83.
“Coach Raises Racket, Hippies Net Victory,” was just one of the headlines in June 1968 when Haverford found itself in the national spotlight over the question of hair.
An alumni cricket match on campus inspired 20 former Haverford College players to put on their whites and come out to Cope Field.
Many of our teams are officially known as the Fords, but with black squirrels on every t-shirt and mug on campus we’re often asked, “Which is it? Ford or Squirrel?” We now have a definitive answer.
On Saturday, April 21, the newly renovated baseball complex was renamed Kannerstein Field in honor of Greg Kannerstein ’63, an alumnus whose 41 years of service to Haverford earned him the nickname “Mr. Haverford.”