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.
Capital finished eighth after day one of the OAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Cap had a host of point scorers on Friday evening. Action will pick up again on Saturday from Muskingum University.
Women's Track & Field competed at the Otterbein Twilight Invitational at the Memorial Stadium, Friday afternoon. Capital geared up for one last time before the OAC Championship next week and finished fifth in Friday’s field.
A myriad of additions or alterations were made to Capital’s Top 10 performance list on Saturday night following the team’s collection of performances at the All-Ohio Championships. Cap placed sixth overall out of 17 teams.
Hannah Westhoven, Taylor Manivanh, and Olivia Quinter all earned victories to propel Capital a first-place finish at the Musky Invite, setting the tone for next week's All-Ohio Championships at Ohio Wesleyan.
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.
Logan Allison became a rare four-time all-region selection for his indoor season performances, while Hunter Mouser and Ashley Freshkorn each earned their first Great Lakes All-Region bids on the women's side.
Capital Women's Track & Field took on some of the most skilled teams in the state this weekend as they competed at the All-Ohio Championship held inside the Rike Center at Otterbein University on Saturday afternoon. Cap had a great collective effort this week taking seventh with 37 points.
Women's Track and Field was on the road again this week as they competed at the Joe Banks Invitational at ONU, Saturday afternoon. Capital faced some tough competition this week, finishing seventh in the team standings.