2011 NCAC Baseball

  • 25 NCAC Baseball Players Selected To Div. III All-Buckeye State Baseball Team
    July 05, 2011
    The North Coast Athletic Conference placed 25 student-athletes on the 2011 Division III All-Buckeye State Baseball Team, highlighted by Denison senior Matt Forgatch (San Marino, CA/San Marino) who was the NCAC's lone first-team selection.
  • Seven NCAC Baseball Players Named To ABCA/Rawlings All-Mideast Region Team
    May 26, 2011
    NCAC Player of the Year John Holm (Naperville, IL/Naperville Central) highlights the list of conference baseball standouts who were named to the 2011 ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Division III All-Mideast Region Team.
  • Wabash Baseball Concludes 2011 Season At NCAA Div. III South Regional
    May 23, 2011
    Wabash (22-22), which claimed its first ever NCAC baseball championship since joining the conference in 2000, went 1-2 at the NCAA Div. III South Regional in Millington, Tennessee, to conclude its 2011 season.
  • Wabash Baseball To Compete At NCAA Div. III South Regional In Tennessee
    May 16, 2011
    Wabash (21-20), which claimed its first ever NCAC baseball championship since joining the conference in 2000, will now participate in the NCAA baseball tournament for the first time in school history.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (5-9-11) - Baseball
    May 09, 2011
    Although the 2011 NCAC regular season and tournament are completed, Ohio Wesleyan and Wooster remained in action last week to complete the non-conference portion of their schedules.
  • 2011 All-NCAC Baseball Squad Announced
    May 05, 2011
    Wabash junior first baseman John Holm (Naperville, IL/Naperville Central) and Allegheny senior pitcher Mike Pereslucha (Pittsburgh, PA/Kiski) have been named the Player and Pitcher of the Year, respectively, to highlight the 2011 All-North Coast Athletic Conference baseball selections.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (4-18-11) - Baseball
    April 18, 2011
    North Coast play enters its final week of the regular season with numerous key conference doubleheaders still on the schedule. Several re-scheduled games are also on the slate after continuous inclement weather throughout the region has played havoc on the 2011 baseball season. Wooster (9-3, 18-11) enters the final week of the season at the top of the conference standings; however, very little can be assumed for the upcoming NCAC Tournament as six other teams are within at least three games of the Fighting Scots in the loss column.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (4-11-11) - Baseball
    April 11, 2011
    At the halfway point of the North Coast season, the league standings remain tight from top to bottom as only five losses separate the first-place team from the ninth-place team. League play will resume this Saturday with sixth-place Kenyon (4-6, 12-14) traveling to seventh-place Allegheny (3-5, 10-12) and eighth-place Oberlin (2-6, 11-13) hosting ninth-place Hiram (0-8, 8-14). Sunday doubleheaders include: second-place Wittenberg (7-3, 17-12) traveling to third-place (tie) Wabash (6-4, 13-17), Oberlin hosting Kenyon and Allegheny traveling to Hiram. League-leading Wooster (9-3, 15-10) is idle in conference play this week.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (4-25-11) - Baseball
    April 11, 2011
    The field is set for this weekend’s 2011 NCAC Baseball Tournament at VA Memorial Stadium in Chillicothe, Ohio. Due to extreme weather conditions throughout the region during the 2011 NCAC baseball season, not all teams were able to complete their regular season schedules. Two-time defending NCAC champion Wooster (9-4, 19-12) has earned the No. 1 seed and will take on No. 4 seed Wittenberg (9-5, 20-16) on Thursday afternoon at 4:00 p.m., while No. 2 seed Ohio Wesleyan (11-5, 21-13) will play No. 3 seed Wabash (9-5, 18-20) at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday evening.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (4-4-11) - Baseball
    April 04, 2011
    After two weekends of North Coast play, there is very little separation in the conference standings as six of the nine league teams are .500 or better in conference games. Wittenberg (3-1, 13-9) and Wooster (6-2, 12-9) are tied atop the conference standings based on winning percentage, while third-place Wabash (4-2, 11-14), fourth-place Denison (5-3, 13-12) and fifth-place (tie) Ohio Wesleyan (4-4, 12-12) and Kenyon (4-4, 11) are all within striking distance of first place.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (3-28-11) - Baseball
    March 28, 2011
    Eight of the NCAC’s nine teams logged league games on their schedules last week. Conference doubleheader play will resume next weekend with first-place Wittenberg (2-0, 11-7) traveling to fourth-place (tie) Kenyon (3-3, 10-10) on Saturday and hosting Oberlin (0-0, 4-5) on Sunday. Kenyon remains at home on Sunday for a clash with second-place Denison (3-1, 11-9), while the Big Red will be on the road against fourth-place (tie) Ohio Wesleyan (2-2, 9-10) on Saturday. The Battling Bishops will make the trip to fourth-place (tie) Wabash (1-1, 8-13) on Sunday, while Wabash also hosts Oberlin (0-0, 4-5) on Saturday. Third-place Wooster (4-2, 10-9) travels to seventh-place Allegheny (1-3, 8-7) on Saturday, and then hosts ninth-place Hiram (0-4, 6-8) on Sunday.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (3-21-11) - Baseball
    March 21, 2011
    League play began in the NCAC last week with Wooster (2-0, 5-6) sweeping Kenyon (0-2, 7-9) in a doubleheader in Florida. The Fighting Scots took game one, 5-2, and earned a 10-6 triumph in the nightcap.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (3-14-11) - Baseball
    March 14, 2011
    Eight of the nine North Coast teams have kicked off the 2011 baseball campaign, with Oberlin still trying to sneak in a game up north before heading to Arizona on March 26th for spring break. Wittenberg has come out of the gates strong as the Tigers went 7-3 on their trip to Florida last week. Denison (1-5) kicked off its spring trip to California on Saturday, while Wooster (1-0) is scheduled to play 14 games in the sunshine state over the next 10 days, including its first conference doubleheader of the season against Kenyon (5-6) on March 18th in Port Charlotte. Ohio Wesleyan (4-6) concluded its southern swing on Saturday, going 4-4 in Florida, while Wabash (2-10) returned from California on Sunday. Allegheny (3-1) is scheduled to play in Florida on March 19-24 after going 3-1 at the Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, earlier this month.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (3-7-11) - Baseball
    March 07, 2011
    Ohio Wesleyan went 2-2 in the opening week of the 2011 season, falling twice to Grove City at home, before picking up two wins in Port Charlotte, Florida, on Sunday against Muskingum, 14-4, and Baldwin-Wallace, 14-6.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (2-28-11) - Baseball
    February 28, 2011
    Wabash started the 2011 season 2-2 after defeating Bluffton, 6-0, defeating Case Western Reserve once, 20-15, then falling to CWRU twice, 12-8 and 13-9, over the weekend in Chillicothe. Junior right-hander Andrew Swart (Crawfordsville, IN/Crawfordsville) threw a seven-hit shutout in seven innings of work to lift the Little Giants to their first victory of 2011, 6-0 over Bluffton.
  • Wooster Projected As Preseason Favorite For 2011 NCAC Baseball Season
    February 24, 2011
    North Coast Athletic Conference coaches have selected Wooster as the preseason favorite through balloting in the annual preseason coaches' poll.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (2-20-11) - Baseball
    February 20, 2011
    Kenyon opened the 2011 season with wins over Greensboro, 6-4, and Stevenson, 12-0. Senior Craig Wocl (Trumbull, CT/Fairfield Prep) went 5-for-7 (.714) with a home run, double, four RBI, five runs scored and a stolen base in the two games combined. On the mound, senior Alex Cultice (Zanesville, OH/Zanesville) pitched a complete-game shutout versus Stevenson, striking out two and allowing three hits and a walk.
  • NCAC Weekly Release (4-26-10) - Baseball
    April 26, 2010
    The North Coast Athletic Conference Baseball tournament pairings are set. West Division top seed Denison (11-5, 21-16) faces East Division second seed Allegheny (12-4, 24-10), in the evening’s first game. First pitch is at 4 p.m. on Thursday. East Division top seed Wooster (13-3, 31-7) takes on West Division second seed Wabash (9-7, 18-21) at 8 p.m. that night. The double-elimination tournament games are set for 12 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 pm. on Friday, and Saturday’s final two contests would be played at 1 p.m. and 30 minutes following Game 6 if necessary. The entire tournament will be held in Chillicothe, Ohio, at VA Memorial Stadium.