Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Around the NCAC

** Allegheny senior punter Jason Black explains the specialized nature of the position in a recent article in The Vindicator.

Wooster women's soccer coach David "Geordie" Brown earned his 200th career win as his Fighting Scots defeated Oberlin, 3-0, on Oct. 20. Geordie, now with a 200-99-23 record (.657), entered this season ranked among the top-50 in NCAA Div. III women’s soccer active coaches in both all-time victories and winning percentage.

** Crawfordsville Journal Review assistant editor Sam King recounts the story Sap Wilson, an astonishing, and kind of sad, piece of Wabash football history in a column from last week.

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