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Wittenberg University

Wittenberg University has long been a pioneer in athletics and recreation, offering as broad-based an intercollegiate athletics program as possible and leading the way in offering women competitive opportunities. Now offering 23 varsity teams — 11 for men and 12 for women — in addition to numerous club and intramural opportunities, Wittenberg has something to meet every student's athletics and recreation needs.

In the fall, varsity teams are fielded in men's and women's cross country, field hockey, football, men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball. Winter sports include men's and women's swimming and diving, men's and women's basketball and men's and women's indoor track and field. The spring season features men's and women's golf, men's and women's outdoor track and field, men's and women's tennis, softball, baseball and men's and women's lacrosse.

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.

NCAC Weekly Release (1-27-14) - Women's Basketball

DePauw (9-0, 18-0) is one of just seven undefeated Division III programs after picking up a pair of conference wins last week. The Tigers have clinched a spot in the NCAC Tournament after last weeks results and have now posted 52 straight wins. League action resumes this week with four games each on Wednesday and Saturday.

NCAC Weekly Release (1-27-14) - Men's Basketball

The race at the top of the North Coast men’s basketball standings took a slight turn last week as DePauw (8-2, 13-4) handed second-ranked Wooster (9-1, 15-2) its first loss against a Division III opponent this season. The Fighting Scots now hold a one-game lead in the league standings with DePauw, 19th-ranked Ohio Wesleyan (8-2, 14-3) and 18th-ranked Wittenberg (8-2, 14-3) deadlocked in the second position. Conference play continues this week with five games each on Wednesday and Saturday, highlighted by Wooster hosting Ohio Wesleyan on Wednesday night.

NCAC Weekly Release (1-27-14) - Swimming & Diving

While numerous North Coast squads wrapped up the regular season portion of their schedules last week, a handful of league teams will conclude their training schedules this weekend, highlighted by Kenyon hosting Ohio Wesleyan on Friday and Wittenberg traveling to Kenyon on Saturday. 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 next Wednesday, February 5th.

NCAC Winter Sports Weekly Releases - (1-20-14)

NCAC winter sports weekly releases for the week ending on Sunday, January 19th, 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 20, 2014
Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Swimming & Diving Indoor Track & Field

 

NCAC Weekly Release (1-20-14) - Track & Field

The Indoor Track & Field season resumes this week in the North Coast with meets scheduled for both Friday and Saturday. Denison and Wooster will both be hosting home meets on Saturday, while Allegheny, Kenyon, Oberlin, Ohio Wesleyan and Wabash are all set to compete on the road this weekend.

NCAC Weekly Release (1-20-14) - Women's Basketball

Five North Coast squads: Denison (4-3, 12-4), Allegheny (4-3, 10-6), Kenyon (4-3, 9-6), Wittenberg (4-3, 9-6) and Ohio Wesleyan (4-3, 9-7) are tied for second in the conference standings as we approach the midway portion of the league schedule. DePauw (7-0, 16-0) continues to lead the North Coast in large part to balanced scoring and a defense that has held conference opponents to just 53.1 points per game. NCAC play continues this week with four tilts scheduled on both Wednesday and Saturday.

NCAC Weekly Release (1-20-14) - Swimming & Diving

North Coast swimming & diving squads continued preparations for the 2014 NCAC Swimming & Diving Championships last week as nine of the 10 league squads were in action. Teams will continue their training schedules in the week ahead with events on the docket for Friday and Saturday.

NCAC Weekly Release (1-20-14) - Men's Basketball

Second-ranked Wooster (8-0, 14-1) has built a two-game lead in the North Coast men’s basketball standings following two wins last week, including a 69-62 triumph over arch-rival Wittenberg (6-2, 12-3) on Saturday. As we head into the second-half of the season, DePauw (6-2, 11-4), Ohio Wesleyan (6-2, 12-3) and Wittenberg continue to fight for spots 2-4 in the league standings, while Kenyon (4-4, 7-8) sits in fifth-place with a .500 record.

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