Trouwborst Earns USCAA Academic All-American Recognition
April 29, 2014 - 4:01pm The King's College Athletics
Senior Luke Trouwborst of the Lions Men's Basketball team has been named to the USCAA Academic All-American Men's Basketball Team.
The 6' 4" senior from Schenectady, NY excels in the classroom, exceeding the minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA required for this award. On the court, he shot 675 from the three point line and added 2,2 rebounds per game.
Mid-October Athletics Update
Three TKC Soccer Players Receive Weekly HVIAC Recognition
After a doubleheader sweep for the TKC Men's and Women's Soccer teams over local rival St. Joseph's from Brooklyn, three Lions have been recognized for their performances last week. Felix Bravo is the Hudson Valley...
Mid-September Athletics Update
TKC Cross Country Opens Season at Queensborough Invitational
On a beautiful September weekend at Van Cortlandt Park up in the Bronx, a legendary running venue, the TKC Cross Country team made their season debut after 4 weeks of training. Women's team captain, Sophomore...
Men's Soccer Raises Funds But Comes Up Short in Goals
On Friday the TKC Lions battled to a tough 1-3 loss to conference rival Albany Pharmacy at the host team's Panther Invitational for Breast Cancer Awareness.
The TKC team continues to improve and did have several chances to score against the defending HVIAC conference champions, but it...
Women's Soccer Raises Funds for Breast Cancer Awareness Tournament
This weekend the Lady Lions went north to Albany for the Albany Pharmacy Panther Invitational for Breast Cancer Awareness.
The team sported pink headbands for their games and wore pink tee shirts during their pre-game warmup. Prior to the first game, honorary captain, Kylie Locklar,...
Prof. Wilkinson Attends Sundance Film Festival
Alissa Wilkinson, who serves as an assistant professor of English and humanities at The King’s College as well as chief film critic at Christianity Today, recently had the opportunity to attend the Sundance Film Festival. Thousands of people gathered from January 22 to February 1, 2015...
King's Commences Smart Giving Via Kindrid
Giving to King's is easier than ever. Beginning today, friends of King's can contribute to its mission with just a text message through an entirely new way called Smart Giving.
This new technology called Smart Giving is provided by Kindrid, a company that focuses on unleashing generosity...
King's Announces New Student Housing
Beginning in the Fall 2015 semester, many more students at The King's College will be living within a few blocks of campus.
“While our long-term goal is to buy a building to house all our students, our short-term goal is to move as many of our students as close as possible to campus...
King's Co-Sponsors Book Launch for Dr. Daniel Siedell
The King's College is pleased to co-sponsor, with Olmsted Salon, a celebration of Who's Afraid of Modern Art?, the new book from Presidential Scholar and Art Historian in Residence Dr. Daniel Siedell. The event will take place on Wednesday, April 29 in The Cave at Calvary-St. George's...
National Review Editor Rich Lowry to Speak at King's
The King's College is pleased to welcome Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, to campus for a lecture on March 31 entitled “Abraham Lincoln and the American Idea.”
Lowry is the author of Lincoln Unbound and the New York Times bestseller Legacy: Paying...