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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 (2-10-14) - Track & Field

The Ohio based North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) track & field squads will highlight next week's action at the annual All-Ohio Invitational. The 2014 indoor All-Ohio meet will be held at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, beginning at noon on Saturday.

NCAC Weekly Release (2-10-14) - Swimming & Diving

The 2014 NCAC Swimming & Diving Championships will be held February 12-15 at the Trumbull Aquatics Center on the campus of Denison University in Granville, Ohio. The 2014 meet returns to the campus of a member school for the first time since Oberlin hosted the 1998 meet at Robert Carr Pool. The C.T. Branin Natatorium, in Canton, Ohio, hosted the meet the past 14 years. CLICK HERE for the NCAC’s complete school-by-school championship preview.

NCAC Weekly Release (2-10-14) - Men's Basketball

No. 11 Wooster (12-2, 18-3) has taken over sole possession of the top spot in the North Coast men’s basketball standings following a pair of wins last week against Kenyon (7-7, 10-11), 86-56, and Denison (6-8, 10-11), 78.73. No. 13 Ohio Wesleyan (11-3, 17-4) and No. 22 Wittenberg (11-3, 17-4) are tied for second, while DePauw (10-4, 15-6) sits alone in fourth. League play continues this week with two marquee matchups on the slate as Wittenberg will host DePauw on Wednesday and Wooster will entertain Wittenberg on Saturday.

NCAC Winter Sports Weekly Releases - (2-3-14)

NCAC winter sports weekly releases for the week ending on Sunday, February 2nd, which include up-to-date conference standings, weekly schedules, team notes and Player of the Week selections, are now available online.

NCAC Weekly Releases -- February 3, 2014
Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Swimming & Diving Indoor Track & Field

 

NCAC Weekly Release (2-3-14) - Track & Field

Wooster hosted a pod of NCAC squads on its campus this past weekend for the Fighting Scots Invitational with Wittenberg taking home the title on the men's side and Allegheny on the women's. The Ohio based NCAC track & field squads will highlight next week's action at the annual All-Ohio Combined Events starting on Friday hosted by Denison. 

NCAC Weekly Release (2-3-14) - Swimming & Diving

North Coast swimming & diving squads concluded their regular season training schedules last weekend with several dual meets featuring league foes. The 2014 NCAC Swimming & Diving Championships are scheduled for February 12-15 at Denison’s Trumbull Aquatics Center in Granville, Ohio. A conference-wide preview of the event will be available on Wednesday, February 5th.

NCAC Weekly Release (2-3-14) - Men's Basketball

There was some separation at the top of the North Coast men’s basketball standings last week as No. 17 Ohio Wesleyan (10-2, 16-3) and No. 5 Wooster (10-2, 16-3) now share the top spot in the league standings following the Battling Bishops’ 2-0 week, while No. 23

NCAC 30th Anniversary Indoor Track & Field All-Decade Team Announced

Wabash's Jake Waterman and Allegheny's Lauren Butler highlight a list of stellar student-athletes named to the North Coast Athletic Conference's 30th Anniversary men's and women's Indoor Track & Field all-decade teams.

NCAC Winter Sports Weekly Releases - (1-27-14)

NCAC winter sports weekly releases for the week ending on Sunday, January 26th, which include up-to-date conference standings, weekly schedules, team notes and Player of the Week selections, are now available online.

NCAC Weekly Releases -- January 27, 2014
Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Swimming & Diving Indoor Track & Field

 

NCAC Weekly Release (1-27-14) - Track & Field

North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) indoor track & field squads were active over the weekend at numerous different events. Highlighting last weekend's action was the Denison Lid-Lifter which featured Denison and Wittenberg.

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