The Wilmington College women's soccer team continues its quest for an Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) Tournament berth when Capital University comes to Williams Stadium for a 7 p.m. contest on Thursday.
The Wilmington College women’s soccer team held unbeaten Ohio Northern University scoreless through 90 minutes, but the Polar Bears scored the game-winning goal 90 seconds into overtime to claim a 1-0 triumph in Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) victory on Thursday evening.
Facing a three-goal deficit, the Wilmington College women’s soccer team battled back to earn a 3-3 draw with the University of Mount Union in an Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) contest at Townsend Field on Sunday.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that’s resulted in the cancellation and postponement of many athletics events, Wilmington College and its department of athletics remain committed to providing a great student-athlete experience. Both Townsend Field at Williams Stadium and Hermann Court inside Fred Raizk Arena had their playing surfaces revamped over the summer.
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – The Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC), the league Wilmington College has participated in collegiate athletics since the turn of the century, announced on Friday its plans to postpone all intercollegiate athletic competition through the calendar year due to safety concerns amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The conference is committed to collaboration in 2021 to allow the affected sports to compete safely in 2021.
Fall competition in all sports will begin September 19 and the league will play Conference-only competition in football, soccer and volleyball, while permitting cross country, golf and tennis to play outside competition.