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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The 17th year of The Bart Hawley Show begins with Kent Mauer, Manager, Jackson County Airport;   Diane Gutenkauf, new Executive Director, Ella Sharp Museum;  Nancy Doyal and Mary Slater, The Bohm Theatre, Albion;  Carrie Joers & John Blank, Art 634, with Andrea Parshall, Big Brothers Big Sisters;  Scott Vitale, Childrenz Challenge    

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David Darling Spring Arbor Tennis

Former Cougar David Darling named Director of Tennis at Spring Arbor University

SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – Spring Arbor University is excited to announce that David Darling, a former NAIA All-American selection for the Cougars, has been named the Director of Men’s and Women’s Tennis at SAU, Athletic Director Ryan Cottingham announced Friday.   “We are thrilled and honored to welcome David back to the SAU community,” said Cottingham. “He was an outstanding student-athlete during his four years at Spring Arbor as he embodied and embraced the mission of our athletic department and the university.”   Darling, the son of current head men’s tennis coach Terry Darling, was one of the most decorated players in Cougar history. He was recognized as a four-time All-Crossroads League performer and a four-time National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) All-American. Darling led SAU to back-to-back conference titles his junior and senior seasons, and helped guide the team to a national runner-up finish at the 2012 NCCAA National Championship.   Darling also helped lead Spring Arbor to its only two appearances at the NAIA Men’s Tennis National Championship in program history in 2012 and 2013. In his final season with the Cougars, he garnered NAIA All-American Second Team honors after posting a 26-2 singles record. Darling finished his…

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