Capital University seniors Maggie Donnellan and Bob Weisgarber were named Ohio Athletic Conference Clyde A. Lamb Award recipients Monday evening at the conference’s annual Awards Banquet at the Holiday Inn in Worthington.
The Capital University athletics department and two of its student groups took part in celebrating and recognizing the achievements and practices of Crusader student-athletes during NCAA Division III Week from April 7-13.
It's what we call the "And Experience" here at Capital University. It's the opportunity to participate in the competition of Division III athletics while bettering ourselves as individuals and students of the university.
Capital University senior Bob Weisgarber of the men’s soccer team has been selected first team Division III Academic All-Ohio by the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association (OCSA), the organization announced Friday, Jan. 10.
Capital University senior Bob Weisgerber has been selected a third team National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Men’s Scholar All-American in the College Division, the organization announced Wednesday, Dec. 18.
Five members of the Capital University men’s soccer team earned recognition by the Ohio Athletic Conference on Thursday, as they were recognized for their achievements as a team and as individuals throughout the 2013 season.
Capital University senior goalkeeper Bob Weisgarber’s game-winning goal Monday in the men’s soccer team’s 2-1 victory over Baldwin Wallace earned a spot among Fox Sports Live’s “The 1” nominees late Monday night on Fox Sports 1.
COLUMBUS – The Capital University men’s soccer team advanced to the Ohio Athletic Conference semifinals on Monday afternoon, defeating Baldwin Wallace, 2-1, in a quarterfinals match at Bernlohr Stadium.
COLUMBUS – The Capital University men’s soccer team showed grit in its Ohio Athletic Conference opening match Saturday but was unable to complete its comeback effort in a 2-1 setback against John Carroll at Bernlohr Stadium.
The Capital University men’s soccer team fought to a scoreless tie through the first 70 minutes of action Wednesday on the home field of the nation’s No. 1 team but eventually fell 2-0 at Ohio Wesleyan in a non-conference affair at Delaware, Ohio.