@DubC_SAAC receives community service awardThe Wilmington College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) received Honorable Mention for its array of community service projects during the 2015-2016 academic year, in this year’s National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA)/Jostens Community Service Awards, the organization announced January 11.
18 named Academic All-OACThe Ohio Athletic Conference announced the 2016 Fall Academic All-OAC selections, and 18 Wilmington College student-athletes were among the 302 student-athletes honored, the league announced today (November 16, 2016).
2016 Hall of Fame: Siobhan ZerillaSIOBHAN ZERILLA, Class of 2005, was also a sure fire Hall of Famer from the time she accepted her Wilmington College degree. It still didn’t mute the moment.
2016 Hall of Fame: Bruce WasemBRUCE WASEM, made an impact on the lives of plenty of Wilmington College student-athletes as a head baseball coach, assistant football coach and intramural director.
2016 Hall of Fame: Brandon TisdaleBRANDON TISDALE, Class of 2005, almost didn’t make it to Wilmington College. But, once he stepped foot on the Clinton County campus, his impact was immediate.
2016 Hall of Fame: Damien GarnettGarnett wasn’t recruited until the summer before his freshman year, and didn’t visit campus until early August. He chose Wilmington over Thomas More and Mount St. Joseph, and the rest they say, is history.
2016 Hall of Fame: Michelle (Buck) CronMICHELLE (BUCK) CRON, Class of 2004, is just the second Wilmington College swimmer to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, and ironically it was during the induction of the first swimmer that Cron really started thinking about the possibility of her joining the ranks of the Wilmington elite.
WC Top 30, #1 Savannah HooperAfter missing most of the basketball season with an injury, Hooper was spectacular out of the gate. With just three practices under her belt, she hit over .700 with four steals in spring break. She reached in her first six plate appearances of the season.
Cheerleading competes in NCA CampThe Wilmington College cheerleading team recently attended the National Cheerleading Association (NCA) cheerleading camp at the University of Louisville, and walked away with some hardware.
WC Top 30, #2 David HenryHenry had a breakout season for the Fightin’ Quakers in 2016, leading all OAC defensive linemen in tackling and forced fumbles. He ranked second in the league with seven sacks and was third with 12.5 tackles for loss.
WC Top 30 revealed, 16 to 20The Wilmington College Athletic Communications department is releasing numbers 16 to 20 of the top returning student-athletes as selected over the last month in a poll.
WC Top 30 revealed, 21 to 25The Wilmington College Athletic Communications department is releasing numbers 26 to 30 of the top returning student-athletes as selected over the last month in a poll.
WC Top 30 revealed, 26 to 30The Wilmington College Athletic Communications department is releasing numbers 26 to 30 of the top returning student-athletes as selected over the last month in a poll.
Wilmington announces partnership with NIKEThe Wilmington College athletic department has announced a partnership with NIKE that designates the apparel company as the official outfitter of the school’s 18 intercollegiate athletic teams.
WC receives NCAA Diversity GrantThe National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has awarded Wilmington College the Division III Ethnic Minority and Women’s Internship Grant.
Bolen, Hawk named Clyde Lamb winnersTwo Wilmington College student-athletes were among the 20 student-athletes honored at the Ohio Athletic Conference’s Clyde Lamb banquet at the Holiday Inn Worthington.