Our top moment of 2017-18 has been decided and the honor goes to Capital Men's Soccer's heart-stopping double-overtime win in the 2017 NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Championship, the program's first NCAA tournament win.
700. It's a number that seems unattainable to many in the coach profession ... until it is. Women's Basketball head coach Dixie Jeffers became one of the few elite coaches to win 700 career games on Jan. 1, 2018.
Capital is set to serve as the proud host of one of four regional championship sites for TBT, the summer's premier basketball event, this weekend. Tickets for the three-day event are currently on sale and games set to begin this Friday night at 6 p.m.
Good: Beat Otterbein. Better: Beat Otterbein in Westerville. Best: Beat Otterbein in Westerville in the waning seconds of overtime. The best case scenario landed Women's Soccer Top Moment #6 of the year!
More than seven hours of baseball was played at Clowson Field in a single day and with the heroics and hard-nosed play by multiple Crusaders, Senior Day was a success following Cap's sweep of Mount Union!
Before we turn the page to the upcoming athletic season help us relive some of the best moments of the year that was with the return of our annual Top 10 Moments summer segment, which returns this Friday!
Tickets for the Columbus Regional of The Basketball Tournament (TBT) – the $2 million, winner-take-all summer basketball event broadcast live on ESPN – taking place at The Capital Center Performance Arena on Friday, July 20 through Sunday, July 22 are now being sold online.
In recognition of their highly successful athletic and scholastic careers, Logan Allison of track & field and Kara Hines of women's lacrosse are being recognized and honored by the Ohio Athletic Conference as this year's Clyde Lamb Award recipients.
The Troutman and Wachtman families have been a part of the Cap Fam far longer than the term has actually existed. Elli (left) and Annika (right) Wachtman continue that legacy as the most recent family members to pass through Capital's gates.
In partnership with the Greater Columbus Sports Commission, Capital University has been selected to serve as the host site for a regional championship event for the fifth annual The Basketball Tournament (TBT) this July.
Capital University Men's and Women's Basketball will each host one home exhibition contest during the week of Nov. 6 with all proceeds being donated to the American Red Cross to help ongoing hurricane relief efforts.
On Sept. 2, Capital SAAC embarked on a relief effort to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey by collecting clothes and money to donate to the Houston Food Bank. SAAC raised more than $225 and combined with Cap Athletics to send six boxes of clothes to Houston, Texas.
Capital University is proud to welcome four new members into the Athletics Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2017. They include Tom McCurdy '79 (football), Nici Workman '04 (volleyball), James Mayer '96 (baseball), and Pam Briggs (volleyball).
Capital University Athletics is expanding social media coverage to better serve fans, coaches and players. Never miss a single Crusader event by following us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TouTube and now Snapchat!
If you would like to help those in need that are enduring the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Capital SAAC will be collecting clothing and monetary donations outside of The Capital Center's main entrance.