The 2012 North Coast baseball season is reaching its peak as conference play starts to heat up. Last week, Allegheny (4-0, 10-15) went undefeated in five games and moved into first place in the NCAC East with a four-game sweep of Hiram (0-10, 8-18). This week is highlighted by Wabash (4-4, 13-16) traveling to DePauw (10-2, 25-5), Allegheny hosting Oberlin (5-3, 16-13) and Wooster (1-3, 11-10) traveling to Hiram...
The North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) has placed all 10 member institutions on the updated 2011-12 Division III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Standings which includes the results from 2011-12 NCAA winter postseason championships. The Directors' Cup Standings measure each institution's overall achievement in postseason play by awarding points based on each team's finish in NCAA postseason competition.
The 2012 North Coast baseball season finished up another week and saw Wittenberg (3-5, 17-8) post a 4-1 record, including an important 3-1 series victory over Wabash and a 28-5 win over Wilmington, breaking the program record for runs in a single game. Next weekend is highlighted by a battle for first in the east as Oberlin travels to Kenyon for a four-game series.
The North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) has two baseball squads ranked among the nation's best. DePauw, 16-3, is ranked No. 18 after totaling 92 points in the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Top 25 and is ranked No. 21 after receiving 151 votes in the D3baseball.com Top 25. Wooster, 8-4, appeared in the “Also receiving votes” section with two votes in the D3baseball.com poll and were joined by Ohio Wesleyan in the “Also receiving votes” section in the ABCA poll.
The 2012 North Coast baseball season continued last week with all ten teams in action. The week was highlighted by DePauw and Kenyon starting off conference play undefeated. The Tigers went 4-0 while the Lords went 2-0. Conference play picks up this week with all ten teams in action, highlighted by Wooster hosting Kenyon.
The 2012 North Coast baseball schedule will begin this weekend with three conference series’ on the schedule, including Kenyon traveling to Hiram, DePauw hosting Wittenberg and Ohio Wesleyan traveling to Wabash.
The North Coast baseball season continued last week with seven teams in action. The week was highlighted by Wittenberg sweeping a doubleheader against Penn St.-Altoona. The Tigers hit .406 as a team in the two games.
The North Coast baseball season continued last week with three teams in action. The week was highlighted by DePauw sweeping a three-game series against Washington University, marking the best start since the 2000 team opened at 4-0.