Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Around the NCAC

** The Denison men's 4x800 relay team broke a 41-year old record at last weekend's Denison Last Chance Meet. Ben Holder, Lex Hultquist, Ben Pendery and Chris Black won the event with a time of 7:53.49 which shattered the previous record of 7:58.64 set back in 1968.

** The Denison Sports Network returns to the air, bringing Big Red fans a handful of key baseball, softball and men's and women's lacrosse games this spring. The free service kicks off the season Tuesday, March 24th at Big Red Field as the baseball team takes on Heidelberg. See the whole schedule here.

** Former Earlham star QB Justin Rummel recently signed with the Fairbanks Grizzlies of the Indoor Football League.

** Oberlin softball is offering a one-day clinic for players in grades K-6 on Sunday, March 15 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. inside the Jesse Philips Physical Education Center. Participants will receive instruction in all phases of the game. The clinic costs $35 per athlete.

** A pair of Wittenberg programs reached new heights of success this fall and winter. Read about the Tiger women's cross country squad and the men's swimming & diving team - and even listen to the head coaches Craig Penney and Natalie Koukis comment on their accomplishments.

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