In The News

Below are some notable stories about Beautiful Lives Project over the years. Go ahead and take a look!

Basketballs bounce in his dreams

The last home game of his four years at Evansville will arrive on the final Tuesday in February, the Aces against conference rival Drake. It will be different for Bryce Weiler than the other seniors, but he is accustomed to that by now.

Blind baseball announcer aspires to bring

Blind since birth, Bryce Weiler hears more at a ballpark than most people see. The sound of the bat tells him whether a ball is headed into the outfield or swerving out of play.

College students announces baseball games

In her "Real People" segment on "The Real Story," Gretchen Carlson paid tribute to a truly inspiring broadcaster. 

A blind students unique place in college hoops

It's his passion that pulls him out of bed each morning — 7 a.m. sharp — so he can sit in front of his laptop in Room 125 of the Hale Hall dormitory and listen while a digitized voice spits out the college basketball news of the day.

Bryce Weiler might be blind, but he sees more

Bryce Weiler stood in the New Britain Bees clubhouse Friday afternoon, stood among independent league players with stubborn dreams of one day playing in the majors.

New Britain Bees work to give access

NEW BRITAIN – A young man is making his field of dreams a reality by using sports to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities.