Nearly every North Coast swimming & diving squad concluded the 2013 portion of their schedules last weekend at multi-day invitational events, highlighted by the Denison men winning the Miami (OH) Invitational, the Oberlin women winning the SUNY-Fredonia Blue Devil Invitational and the Wittenberg women winning the Transylvania Invitational.
Every North Coast swimming & diving team was idle last week for the Thanksgiving break with nearly every league school returning to action this weekend for multi-day invitational events, highlighted by Kenyon hosting its annual Total Performance Sports Camps Invitational, Dec. 5-7, and Wooster hosting its annual Invitational, also Dec. 5-7, at Wooster High School.
North Coast swimming & Diving action was highlighted last week by league squads competing at three separate invitational events. Kenyon traveled to Evanston, Illinois, for Northwestern’s TYR Invitational, while Ohio Wesleyan hosted its annual Corbiere-Merion Invitational and Wabash hosted its annual Patrick Woehnker Invitational. All 10 league schools will be idle this week for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
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.
North Coast swimming & diving squads returned to the pool last week with several teams competing at dual meets, highlighted by DePauw topping Wabash, 181.5-89.5, in the annual dual between the rival schools during Monon Bell week. League teams return to the pool this week with Ohio Wesleyan and Wabash each hosting two-day invitational events on Friday and Saturday, while Kenyon makes its annual trip to Evanston, Illinois, for the Northwestern TYR Invitational.
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.
North Coast swimming & diving action was highlighted last Saturday by Denison sweeping Kenyon in a dual meet and Hiram, Oberlin and Wooster competing at the annual Greater Cleveland Tournament. League squads return to the pool again this weekend, led by Wittenberg hosting DePauw for a dual meet on Friday.
North Coast swimming & diving teams continued early-season action last week with nine of the 10 league schools in action. Conference teams pick up competition again this weekend, highlighted by Hiram, Oberlin and Wooster participating in the annual Cleveland City Tour.