Morgan Ely ('22) lies on the track in The Steemer after finishing the 3000m run  during the Wittenberg Intra-Squad Scrimmage on Nov. 14, 2020. Ely finished in 12:01.98 for tenth place.
A young child watches members of the Ohio Army National Guard process COVID-19 test samples at a pop-up test site on Sept. 1, 2020. The site was located at Rocking Horse Community Health Center in Springfield and was requested after a large surge of cases in the local area.

Chance Keller ('24) passes a baton to Alexis Gray ('20) after finishing the second leg of the 4x400m Relay at the Wittenberg Intra-Squad Scrimmage on Nov. 14, 2020. The scrimmage was the first time that the team competed since the sudden end of their season on March 11, 2020.

Fans light the court in the Pam Evans Smith Arena with flashlights after a lighting outage in the second half of a NCAA Division I Women's Basketball game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and Valparaiso Crusaders on Nov. 10, 2019. The lights were restored within ten minutes allowing play to resume as Ohio State beat Valparaiso, 89-38.

Wittenberg Women's Basketball seniors Jenna Bluemlein ('20), Riley Culver ('20) and Korynne Berner ('20) sit on the bench before being announced as starters against Wooster on Feb. 15, 2020 for Senior Day. Bluemlein started for the first time in her Wittenberg career alongside Culver and Berner, as The Tigers won 67-36 over the Fighting Scots.

A Wittenberg student walks up the stairs to Pam Evans Smith Arena on Sept. 9, 2020 where Wittenberg holds COVID-19 Testing. Wittenberg requested the testing occur after a 2000% increase of COVID-19 cases on campus in the span of a week.

Katie Hiestand ('22) warms up as Wittenberg Women's Volleyball takes on Berry College in game four of the Wittenberg Fall Classic on Sept 14, 2019. Hiestand earned three kills as Wittenberg lost to Berry in three sets.

A student walks up the central staircase in Hollenbeck Hall on Aug. 16, 2020. The staircase has been designated as the only upward staircase in the building due to the COVID-19 pandemic in order to reduce contact between students.

Emma Scritchfield ('22) competes in the Women's 5000-meter run during the 2019 Wittenberg Invitational on Friday, April 19. Scritchfield finished the 5000-meter run in 22 minutes, 34.02 seconds for second-place.

A backboard at Patriot Park in Prospect Heights, IL sits without a hoop on April 7, 2020 to help reinforce social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Connor Seipel ('20) leads #6 Wittenberg Men's Basketball out of the locker room to face DePauw on Jan. 29, 2020.The Tigers won over DePauw, 90-59, and increase their record to 17-1.

Lindsey Shannon ('20) lays on the floor of Shouvlin Center 201, where the National Rifle Association and the Wittenberg chapter of Turning Point USA presented NRA-U on April 15, 2019. Shannon was protesting the NRA's response to school shootings by writing the names of victims on her body and laying on the floor during the presentation.

Jayme Chase ('22) sleds down into Myers Hollow during an early morning snowstorm on Jan. 20, 2019. The snowstorm dumped four inches of snow overnight on the campus of Wittenberg University.

Connor Seipel ('20) pushes toward the basket for a layup on Nov. 23, 2019. Wittenberg beat Mount St. Joseph, 92-58 in the Tigers home opener.

Vanessa Orduna Zarazua ('20) screams encouragement at members of the Tower Hall team as they face New Hall during tug-of-war competition at the Wittenberg Olympics on Aug. 16, 2020. Tower Hall fell to New Hall during the event which was one of several options for new students to mingle during Welcome Week at Wittenberg University.

Jonathan Seay ('20) hypes up the Wittenberg Tigers Football team before facing Denison on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019 for Homecoming. The Tigers lost to Denison, 24-14.

Sidney Reeder ('22) consoles Taylor Yontz ('20) and Audrey Cox ('20) following a loss to DePauw University for the NCAC Semifinal on Nov. 9, 2019. Yontz and Cox were members of the 2017 Women's Volleyball team which finished as runner-up to Calvin in the national championship match.

Wittenberg junior running back Nick Kendall (5) is silhouetted during a NCAA Division III Football game between the Wittenberg University Tigers and Westminster College Titans on Sep 1, 2018. Kendall had 21-yards on three receptions as The Tigers won 34-21 over the Titans.

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