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.
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.
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!
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.
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!
From student-athlete to professional athlete, recent graduate and men's lacrosse standout Brennan O'Callaghan is traveling down a seldom-taken path with the defending Major League Lacrosse champion Ohio Machine.
Brennan O'Callaghan '18 added yet another award to his lengthy list of accomplishments after being tabbed Second Team All-West Region by the Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Coaches Association on June 12.
Logan Allison earned two more all-region awards, while Jason Coon and Larkin Joseph joined him to form a trio of Crusader track & field athletes to be named Great Lakes All-Region by the USTFCCCA on Monday, May 21.
Capital Football announced the hire of Keith Rucker who has put together an incredible career as a two-sport All-American, national champion, NFL lineman, and coach at the high school and collegiate levels.
Capital Men's and Women's Track & Field made one last effort before the NCAA Division III national meet by sending a handful of athletes to the Great Lakes Regional Final Qualifier, hosted by Ohio Wesleyan University.
Recent graduates Kara Hines and Regan Hanood were recognized by the IWLCA as First Team All-Great Lakes selections. Rising junior Kat Walton earned her first all-region nod as a second teamer, as well.
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.