Oberlin, Ohio – Oberlin College Associate Vice President for Athletics Advancement and Delta Lodge Director of Athletics & Physical Education Natalie Winkelfoos announced the appointment of Jess West as the interim head field hockey coach for the 2019 season.
The North Coast Athletic Conference hosted its inaugural Health & Wellness Symposium focusing on the mental health of student-athletes, coaches, athletics staff and administrators, Monday, May 20 at Ohio Wesleyan University. More than 244 NCAC members attended multiple sessions throughout the day on a variety of topics, making it one of the largest NCAC non-championship events in our 35 year history.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Eight North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) institutions appeared in the winter update of the 2018-19 Division III Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings. Kenyon College led the group, residing in 44th place with 239 points.
GILBERT, AZ – The 2018 Zag Field Hockey/NFHCA Division III Scholars of Distinction were released on Wednesday, March 27, and the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) was represented by 16 student-athletes from six different institutions.
Seventy-three North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) student-athletes received the award, led by DePauw with 15 honorees, followed by Oberlin (14), Earlham (11), Kenyon (10), Wooster (9), Ohio Wesleyan (8) and Wittenberg (6).
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Seven North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) institutions appeared in the final fall update of the 2018-19 Division III Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings. DePauw University led the group, sitting in 45th place overall with 104 points.
GILBERT, Ariz. – Denison field hockey head coach P.J. Soteriades and assistant coach Kellie Jasinski were recognized by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) on Thursday afternoon as the Coaching Staff of the Year in the Great Lakes Region.
GILBERT, Ariz. – The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) released the 2018 All-America Field Hockey teams on Wednesday, Dec. 5, and three North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) student-athletes were named to the teams. Denison’s Michelle Kabaira (Harare, Zimbabwe/Arundel School) and Lucy Pearsall (Cassopolis, Mich./Latin School of Chicago) were named All-Americans as well as Ohio Wesleyan’s Barbara Welling (Zeist, Netherlands/KSG de Breul).
GILBERT, Ariz. -- The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) announced the 2018 Longstreth/NFHCA Division III All-Region teams on Wednesday, Nov. 28 and the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) had 18 players named in the Great Lakes Region.
GRANVILLE, Ohio - Michelle Kabaira was named the National Defensive Player of the Week by Synapse Sports after leading Denison to wins over Earlham and Wittenberg. Kabaira and the Denison defense allowed only one shot and three penalty corners in 140 minutes of field hockey.
Founded in 1983, the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) is made up of ten academically selective colleges and universities - Allegheny College, DePauw University, Denison University, Hiram College, Kenyon College, Oberlin College, Ohio Wesleyan University, Wabash College, Wittenberg University and the College of Wooster, along with affiliate member, Earlham College (field hockey). The NCAC sponsors 23 championship sports, 11 for men and 12 for women. Each week, the NCAC celebrates individuals who demonstrated exceptional performances in their selected sport. The following individuals have been selected athletes of the week for the week of Aug. 27-Sept. 3.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - The North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) is proud to announce that it will celebrate its 35th anniversary during the 2018-19 academic year. As part of the event, the NCAC has unveiled its anniversary logo, which will be used across a variety of publications throughout the season.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) released its 2018 Field Hockey Preseason Coaches’ Poll on Tuesday, Aug. 21, and Denison was the unanimous No. 1 pick. The Big Red, who finished out the 2017 season in the NCAA Division III Tournament, received all eight first-place votes for a total of 64 points.