The Wabash College track & field squad, which will be competing at the Indiana Div. III Championships this Saturday at Franklin College, has elevated two spots to No. 18 on the most recent U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) national poll, released on April 10th.
DePauw (6-0, 10-12) opened up the North Coast portion of its schedule last week with sweeps over Ohio Wesleyan (3-3, 10-10), Oberlin (0-6, 3-15) and Hiram (1-3, 7-15). The Tigers are the lone undefeated team left in conference play. Conference action continues this week with doubleheaders scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Denison (2-0, 7-1) and Ohio Wesleyan (2-0, 7-4) remained perfect in NCAC play last week with wins over Oberlin (0-3, 4-8) and Kenyon (2-1, 6-5), respectively. North Coast action continues this week with one game scheduled Tuesday, three on Wednesday and four on Saturday.
Wittenberg (3-0, 6-3), Denison (2-0, 8-0) and Wooster (2-0, 9-1) each remained perfect in conference play last week and sit atop the conference standings. NCAC action continues this week, with match-ups scheduled for Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, highlighted but Wooster and Wittenberg scheduled to play in Springfield on Wednesday.
All nine North Coast track & field schools were in action last weekend, highlighted by Ohio Wesleyan capturing both the men’s and women’s team title at the annual Marve Frye Invitational in Delaware, Ohio. This week’s action is spearheaded by the Ohio-based schools competing in the All-Ohio Championships at Ohio Wesleyan and Wabash and DePauw competing at the Indiana Div. III Championships at Franklin College.
North Coast golf action continued last week with a pair of league squads capturing event titles. The Allegheny women took home the team title at Capital’s Purple & White Invitational with a score of 650 (327-323), while the Denison men captured the team championship at the Muskingum Invitational after carding a 596 (295-301).
North Coast men’s tennis action continued last week, highlighted by Oberlin (2-0, 8-5) elevating into the top spot in the NCAC East Division standings after knocking off Wooster, 5-4, on Tuesday. In the week ahead, Oberlin, Ohio Wesleyan and Wabash will all travel to Hope College in Holland, Michigan, for the NCAC/MIAA Challenge.
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.