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Oberlin Leads 8 NCAC Schools Ranked In Div. III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Fall Standings

Oberlin College currently sits in 40th to lead all North Coast Athletic Conference member institutions in the 2013-14 Div. III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup fall standings.

Denison Takes Early Lead In 2013-14 NCAC All-Sports Race

Denison University won a share of two league championships this fall and finished in a three-way tie for second in another to take the lead in the race for the 2013-14 North Coast Athletic Conference All-Sports championship.

20 NCAC Field Hockey Athletes Named To NFHCA Div. III All-Region Team

Twenty North Coast Athletic Conference field hockey athletes were named to the 2013 Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Div. III All-Great Lakes Region Team. 11 NCAC student-athletes were named to the first team, while nine earned second-team laurels. The 2013 Longstreth/NFHCA Div. III All-American Teams will be announced on Monday, December 2nd.

Read More: 2013 NFHCA Div. III All-Region Teams

NCAC Weekly Release (11-18-13) - Field Hockey

DePauw (17-5), which earned the NCAC’s automatic berth into the 2013 NCAA Div. III Field Hockey Tournament after winning the NCAC Tournament, was eliminated from the national tournament in the second round following a, 1-0, overtime loss against Catholic. The Tigers earned one of eight first-round byes into the second round.

DePauw Drops NCAA Second Round Field Hockey Contest to Catholic

The DePauw field hockey team ends its season at 17-5 overall following a, 1-0, overtime loss against Catholic in the second round of the 2013 NCAA Division III Tournament in Newport News, Virginia on Saturday, November 16. Catholic outshot DePauw, 10-6, on the afternoon. The Tigers finished the year in a two-way tie for the regular season title with a 13-1 mark against league foes and won the program's second-second straight NCAC Field Hockey Tournament championship. 

2013 All-NCAC Field Hockey Team Announced

Kenyon sophomore midfielder Maddie Breschi (Carlisle, PA/Carlisle) and DePauw senior defender Chelsea Cutler (Victoria, B.C./Mt. Douglas Secondary) have been named the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively, to highlight the 2013 All-North Coast Athletic Conference field hockey selections.

NCAC Weekly Release (11-11-13) - 2013 NCAC Field Hockey Tournaemnt & NCAA Tournament Selections

North Coast Athletic Conference field hockey tournament champion DePauw (17-4) has earned its second-straight berth into the 24-team NCAA Division III Field Hockey Tournament by earning the league’s automatic bid. The Tigers advanced to the NCAA semifinals last year and are making their fourth overall appearance in the national tournament.

2013 NCAC Fall Sports Tournament Central

The North Coast Athletic Conference crowned four Fall Sport Tournament champions on Saturday, November 9th. Allegheny won its first-ever women's soccer title, while Ohio Wesleyan earned its ninth soccer tournament title on the men's side. In field hockey, DePauw claimed its second-straight title and Wittenberg was crowned champions of the volleyball tournament for the seventh-straight year. You can follow all of the latest championship runs via recaps and tournament statistics by navigating to each sports' tournament homepage below. 

2013 NCAC Fall Sports Tournament Central
Field Hockey Men's Soccer Women's Soccer Volleyball


Oberlin Receives $8 Million Gift from Austin E. Knowlton Foundation to Create New Athletics Complex

Oberlin College has received an $8 million gift from the Austin E. Knowlton Foundation to create a new, multipurpose athletics complex that is positioned to be one of the finest Division III facilities in the country. The Austin E. Knowlton Athletics Complex at Oberlin College will be named in honor of the late Ohio businessman who created the foundation through his estate to support colleges and universities throughout the Midwest.

Read More: Oberlin Release

NCAC Weekly Release (11-4-13) - Field Hockey

DePauw (15-4, 13-1) and Denison (17-1, 13-1) were crowned Co-Champions of the NCAC for the second time in the past three years. Wittenberg leads the league with 10 titles all-time, followed by Denison (9), Ohio Wesleyan and Wooster (8), DePauw (3), Oberlin (2) and Kenyon (1).

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