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Women's Soccer

John Carter Steps Down As DePauw's Women's Soccer Coach

DePauw head women's soccer coach, John Carter, has announced his resignation from the University to pursue other career opportunities. Carter also serves as the coordinator of DePauw's indoor tennis and track center and a part-time Instructor in Kinesiology. Lisa Link, DePauw assistant athletic director, will serve as the interim head coach as the national search moves forward.

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Oberlin Leads 8 NCAC Schools Ranked In Div. III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Fall Standings

Oberlin College currently sits in 40th to lead all North Coast Athletic Conference member institutions in the 2013-14 Div. III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup fall standings.

Four NCAC Women's Soccer Players Named To 2013 NSCAA/Continental Tire All-Great Lakes Region Team

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) released the 2013 Continental Tire NCAA Division III Women's All-Region squads on December 4th and four NCAC student-athletes were named to the All-Great Lakes Region squad.

NCAC Soccer Trio Earns Capital One Academic All-America Honors

The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) released the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America teams on November 22nd with three North Coast student-athletes being named to one of the three teams.

Denison Takes Early Lead In 2013-14 NCAC All-Sports Race

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.

NCAC Weekly Release (11-18-13) - Women's and Men's Soccer

Kenyon (16-4-3) knocked off two nationally-ranked opponents in as many days to advance to the sectional round of the 2013 NCAA Div. III Men’s Soccer Tournament, while Ohio Wesleyan (19-1-3) and Oberlin (16-4-3) where both eliminated from the national tournament in the second round.

Allegheny Falls in First Round of NCAA Tournament to Thomas More

The Allegheny women's soccer team lost, 2-1, to Thomas More in the first round of the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament on Saturday, November 16, in Crestview Hills, Kentucky. The Gators finished the year with a record of 11-6-4, including the program's first-ever NCAC Tournament championship and a three-way tie for the regular season title after posting a conference record of 5-1-2. Freshman Jessie Thiessen (Pittsburgh, PA/Fox Chapel) scored her 11th goal of the season in the 90th minute but it wasn't enough as Thomas More outshot Allegheny, 14-6 and held a, 7-2, edge in corners. Junior Gabby Curtis (Stony Point, NY/North Rockland) corralled four saves in goal for the Gators. 

2013 All-NCAC Women's Soccer Team Announced

Kenyon junior forward Rebecca Romaine (Fishers, IN/Hamilton Southeastern) and Wittenberg junior defender Mary Clare Yerke (Columbus, OH/Upper Arlington) have been named the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively, to highlight the 2013 All-North Coast Athletic Conference women’s soccer selections.

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


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