North Coast divisional play in baseball will conclude this weekend with Wooster (10-2, 22-8) currently sitting atop the West Division standings and Denison (10-6, 19-12) owning the top spot in the East standings. Following this weekend’s divisional series, matchups will be released next Monday for the following weekend’s cross-divisional series, which will determine the four teams that will compete in the 2013 NCAC Baseball Tournament.
North Coast divisional baseball action continued last weekend with Wooster (7-1, 19-7) taking over the top spot in the East Division standings after sweeping Hiram (0-10, 9-16) and Denison (8-4, 15-10) maintaining its hold at the top of the West Division after splitting a series with Ohio Wesleyan (3-5, 11-10). There are four NCAC divisional baseball series are on the schedule this weekend, April 20-21.
The North Coast baseball schedule continued last week with Allegheny (4-0, 13-5) sweeping Hiram (0-6, 9-12) to sit in first place in the East, while Denison (6-2, 12-8) swept Wittenberg (3-5, 12-7) and now sits alone at the top of the West division standings. Divisional play continues this weekend with four series on the slate.
Divisional play got underway in the North Coast last weekend with Oberlin (2-0, 8-8) and Wittenberg (3-1, 11-2) jumping out to early leads in the East and West, respectively. Non-conference mid-week games will continue in the week ahead, while divisional play will return to the schedule over the weekend with four divisional series on the slate.