The Ohio Athletic Conference announced its Spring 2017 Academic All-OAC honorees on Monday. Forty-four Capital student-athletes were awarded the honor among the 10 eligible sports teams, including 10 three-time selections.
The Ohio Athletic Conference has announced its yearly awards from the 2017 baseball season. Alexander Smith and Brendon Borkey were selected to All-OAC teams representing the Capital University baseball team.
Ten seniors took to the field for the last time donning the Purple and White, as the Capital University baseball team hosted the Blue Streaks of John Carroll University. The Crusaders took game one, 8-7, but fell in game two, 8-2. Logan Bastin posted a 5-for-10 day at the plate to lead Cap.
Alexander Smith recorded four doubles as he went 4-for-8 on the day. The Capital University baseball team lost both games of the doubleheader to Ohio Northern University Sunday. Cap dropped game one, 12-5, and lost game two in seven innings due to severe weather, 5-2.
The Capital University baseball team hosted Baldwin Wallace University in an Ohio Athletic Conference doubleheader at Clowson Field Saturday afternoon. Baldwin Wallace won game one, 9-2, but the Crusaders came out on top in game two, 6-3. Doug Connor went 3-for-7 to lead Cap.
The Capital University baseball team hosted the Pioneers of Marietta College Wednesday afternoon down at Clowson Field. Marietta defeated Cap, 4-0, in game one and knocked off Cap, 12-9, in the second game. Beau Otto went 4-for-9 on the day to lead the Crusaders.
Capital Baseball belted out 17 hits and 14 runs as part of its 14-8 nonconference road win over Wittenberg University on Tuesday night. Joe Caporale led the team with four hits while Tyler Cetnarowski and Daniel Walters each drove in three runs each to lead the club.
The Capital University baseball team travelled to the No. 30 University of Mount Union Purple Raiders Friday afternoon. Cap fell in the first game, 1-0, behind a stellar performance by Brendon Borkey. Mount took game two, 7-6. Alexander Smith was 2-for-5 at the plate in game two with one RBI.
The Capital University baseball team was in action Wednesday afternoon as it hosted the Fighting Muskies of Muskingum University. Cap lost game one, 11-6, and lost game two, 8-4. Daniel Walters posted a 5-for-9 day at the plate.
The Capital University baseball team travelled to No. 20 and crosstown rivals, Otterbein University Saturday afternoon. The Cardinals took game one, 10-7, but the Crusaders bounced back to win game two, 5-4, in the Ohio Athletic Conference doubleheader.
The Capital University baseball team hosted its first pair of Ohio Athletic Conference games on Saturday afternoon. The Crusaders knocked off the Fightin’ Quakers of Wilmington College, 7-4 in game one, and 5-0 in game two.
The Capital University baseball team hosted the Tigers of Wittenberg University at Clowson Field for the Vs. Cancer Foundation fundraising game. Tyler Gibbons led Cap with a 3-for5 day at the plate, in the 9-6 loss.
The Capital University baseball team is partnering with Vs. Cancer Foundation this season to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer. The fundraiser will last throughout the season, but the team will celebrate their efforts on Wednesday, March 29, when they take on Wittenberg University.
The Capital University baseball team took to the diamond in the Ohio Athletic Conference openers against Heidelberg University. Cap lost game one, 11-2, and lost game two, 4-2. Daniel Walters went 4-for-8 on the day.
The Capital University baseball team took to Clowson Field as the Big Red of Denison University made the trip to Columbus. Cap was led by a Beau Otto 1-for-2 performance at the plate, in the 11-3 loss.
On Thursday, March 23, Capital University announced that Roger D. Ingles has been selected to become the next director of athletics and recreation for Capital Athletics. Ingles will begin his duties on June 1, 2017.
The Capital University baseball team took to the diamond today in a doubleheader against Franklin College. The Grizzlies got the best of Cap in game one, winning 10-3. The Crusaders responded with a 10-6 victory in game two.
Seniors Shane Wellman and Brendon Borkey combined for a solid nine-inning outing, especially against the likes of 12th-ranked Wooster, but were outlasted by its top pitching combo in a 3-1 loss to the Fighting Scots.
The Capital University baseball team took to the diamond for the first time since returning from Florida. Cap traveled to Ohio Wesleyan University to battle the Battling Bishops. Daniel Walters and Doug Conner each recorded a home run in the 10-8 victory.
Capital University Baseball pitched a pair of shutouts in Thursday afternoon’s games at the RussMatt Invitational, improving their overall record to 6-1. The Purple and White defeated Lyndon State University by scores of 9-0 and 7-0 at Lake Myrtle Park.
Capital Baseball came back from being down by two runs and with a five-run seventh inning, came back to defeat Rose-Hulman, 8-4. Cap is now 4-1 through its first five games for just the third time since 2006.