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Wabash College

Founded in 1832, Wabash College is a private liberal arts college for men located in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Its mission is to educate men to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and live humanely.

Wabash’s liberal arts curriculum includes 23 majors, with strong pre-professional programs in health sciences, law and business.  Wabash, jointly with Columbia and Washington universities, offers a 3-2 engineering program, as well as a strong teacher education program.  The College draws young men from approximately 30 states and 24 countries.

Students at Wabash follow only one rule, the Gentleman’s Rule: “A Wabash man will conduct himself, at all times, as a gentleman and responsible citizen.”  Consequently, Wabash students enjoy more freedom than students at other colleges and universities across the nation.  The students’ ability to make the link between the trust the College places in them and the responsibility that goes with such freedom helps them lead wise and productive lives.

Outside the classroom, Wabash offers a wide range of activities, including 10 national fraternities, workshops, seminars, visiting artists and lecturers, films, music, theater, forensics, and intramural sports.  Wabash men are also active in community service projects ranging from on- and off-campus mentoring, tutoring and coaching, to fund-raising for local non-profit agencies.

NCAC Weekly Release (11-18-13) - NCAA Cross Country Championships

The 2013 NCAA Division III Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Championships will be hosted at the L.S. Ayres Athletic Complex on the campus of Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana, on Saturday, November 23rd. Two teams from each regional automatically qualified for the national meet, while at-large berths were also awarded to 16 other teams, selected by the national committee. Aside from runners who are part of the qualifying teams, eight individuals from each gender also qualified from each region.

NCAC Cross Country Teams Perform Well At NCAA Regional Meets

North Coast cross country squads continued their season's on Saturday at NCAA regional events, with nine teams competing at the Great Lakes Regional in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Allegheny participating at the Mideast Regional in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

NCAC Announces 2013-14 Branch Rickey Mentoring Program Class

The North Coast Athletic Conference is proud to announce the Branch Rickey Mentor Program class for the 2013-14 academic year.

2013 All-NCAC Men's Soccer Team Announced

Ohio Wesleyan junior midfielder Colton Bloecher (Lewis Center, OH/Olentangy Orange) {right} and Oberlin senior goalie Brandt Rentel (Croton, NY/Fieldston School) {left} have been named the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively, to highlight the 2013 All-North Coast Athletic Conference men’s soccer selections.

NCAC Fall/Winter Sports Releases - (11-11-13)

NCAC Fall sports weekly releases from the week ending on 11/10/13, which include up-to-date conference standings, weekly schedules, team notes and Player of the Week selections, are now available online. In addition, this week's releases includes NCAA Tournament selections for field hockey, volleyball and soccer.

NCAC Weekly Releases -- November 11, 2013
Field Hockey Football Men's Soccer
Women's Soccer Swimming & Diving Volleyball


NCAC Weekly Release (11-11-13) - 2013 NCAC Men's Soccer Tournament & NCAA Tournament Selections

North Coast Athletic Conference tournament champion Ohio Wesleyan (19-0-3) extended its NCAA-record by earning its 36th berth into the 61-team NCAA Div. III Men’s Soccer Tournament, while Kenyon (14-4-3) and Oberlin (13-3-4) earned a berth into the tournament field with two of the 19 at-large bids. 2013 marks the first time since 1993 the North Coast will be represented by three teams in the national field.

NCAC Weekly Release (11-11-13) - Swimming & Diving

NCAC swimming & diving teams continued last week with seven of the league’s 10 schools in action, highlighted by Hiram, Oberlin and Wooster participating in the final weekend of the Greater Cleveland Tournament. League teams return to the pool this week, led by DePauw hosting Wabash at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday night for the annual dual between the two rival schools during Monon Bell week.

NCAC Weekly Release (11-11-13) - Football

Wittenberg (8-0, 8-1) has secured at least a share of its 12th North Coast football title following a 35-17 road win against Wabash (7-1, 8-1). The NCAC will conclude the regular season this Saturday with numerous rivalry games on the slate, including Denison (5-3, 6-3) hosting Kenyon (4-4, 4-5), Ohio Wesleyan (4-4, 5-4) traveling to Wooster (6-2, 6-3), and DePauw (4-4, 4-5) hosting Wabash for the annual Monon Bell Classic.

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


Seven NCAC Football Players Named To Capital One Academic All-District Team

The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) released the 2013 Capital One Academic All-District Football Teams on November 7th. The North Coast was well represented on the list with one student-athlete on the District 4 team and six on the District 7 team.

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