Athletics at Beloit College

Play the sport you love

Beloit athletes compete because they want to. Each athlete is passionate about getting the most out of their college experience: pursuing a meaningful liberal arts education, being part of a close-knit community, and playing the game they love.

That experience is a powerful combination. College athletes are recognized as valuable hires by employers, being able to work in teams, set goals, work to attain them, manage time, and solve problems with resilience.

During Practice

Your teammates are your closest friends and your toughest adversaries. They come from all over the world and push you every day to be the very best version of yourself as both an athlete and as a teammate.

In the Classroom

Beloit student-athletes are classroom leaders in teamwork and discipline, bringing the tenacity they’ve honed in the gym and on the court and showing the whole campus the benefits of consistent hard work.

On the Field

The Bucs have a proud tradition of being unselfish, team-first, winners. Your teammates will hold you accountable, will have your back, and will raise you up. At Beloit, we win as one.

in their own words

Hear from Beloit athletes

Garrison’22
Baseball

Garrison Ferone'22

“They’re really supportive guys, and every year, the older guys mentor the younger guys. Then that gets passed on. It’s a system that breeds a lot of positivity and a lot of good friends between us.” - Garrison Ferone’22

Ben’25 and Max’23
Swimming & Diving

Ben'25 and Max'23 Saladar

“Being a student-athlete means you have to find a balance between sports, sleep, and school while at the same time getting to represent our college in our sport. It’s a tricky balance to find, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.” - Ben Saladar’25

Addy’24, Liz’24, Hannah’24
Women’s Basketball

Hannah Welte, Addy Ciochon, and Liz Kalk (all class of 2024) have shot hoops together since they ...

“At Beloit College, I came in not knowing what I wanted to do or what I was interested in. It’s really helping me find what I’m passionate about.” - Addy Ciochon’24

A Career in Broadcasting

Calling the big leagues

Joe Davis’10 soared to a coveted post as the play-by-play announcer for the L.A. Dodgers after iconic broadcaster Vin Scully retired.

Pursuing the profession you love, excelling wildly, and being well compensated for it—that’s pretty much anyone’s definition of a dream job. And it is certainly Joe Davis’s, who will be the first to tell you that he didn’t build his career all on his own.

It took a college. Beloit “set me up to get ahead of the curve when I graduated,” Davis says.

Read Joe’s story

Hard work behind the scenes is one secret to Davis's success. Even in the off-season, he's often ...

Excellence in Everything

Athlete, archivist, Fulbright scholar

Eva Laun-Smith’21, a history major and decorated track and field and volleyball athlete, graduated with highest honors from Beloit and with a Fulbright Student Award to teach English in South Korea.

“I think Beloit has taught me that anything is as good as you make it,” says Laun-Smith. “Going into this [track & field] program, I’m just going to make it the best experience that I can.”

Read Eva’s story

Eva Laun-Smith'21 competes in the 2018 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships Ev...

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