2001-02 News

  • Three Players of the Year, Coach of the Year Headline Spring All-NCAC Honors
    May 17, 2002
    Another banner spring sports season has reaped rich rewards for 41 Wittenberg University athletes who were selected to All-North Coast Athletic Conference teams over the last two weeks.
  • Men's Golf At NCAC Championship
    May 07, 2002
    A year of solid but unspectacular finishes for the Tiger golf team culminated last weekend in a fourth-place finish in the NCAC Championship Tournament at Apple Valley Golf Course near Mt. Vernon. The NCAC field included nine teams, and the Tigers stayed close to the leaders but couldn't quite put things together to overtake nationally ranked Ohio Wesleyan and Allegheny or third-place Denison.
  • Men's Golf At Strimer Invitational
    May 01, 2002
    It was yet another middle-of-the-pack finish for the Tiger golf team last week at the Ohio Wesleyan/Strimer Invitational in Delaware, Ohio. Once again, the Tigers were involved in a strong competition filled with some of the best teams in the region and loaded with teams from the NCAC, and once again Wittenberg competed well but couldn't crack the top five, despite finishing the first day in sixth place, just a couple of strokes out of the lead pack.
  • Men's Golf At Denison Spring Invitational
    April 17, 2002
    Like most of the other Tiger spring sports teams, last week was a wet one for the golfers. They managed to get in one round of the Denison Spring Invitational before watching the rain fall on Sunday and heading home just eight holes into the second round.
  • Men's Golf At Kenyon Cup
    April 09, 2002
    The Wittenberg golf team put together a solid performance in the Kenyon Cup over the weekend, finishing sixth in a strong 15-team field that included all nine NCAC teams that sponsor golf. In that battle within the war, the Tigers were fourth, just one stroke back of Denison with a score of 631. Nationally ranked conference foes Ohio Wesleyan and Allegheny finished one-two in the competition.Individually, freshman Andy Bonar (Lancaster, Ohio/Lancaster) showed the way for the Tigers with a two-day total of 155. Junior Jonathan Orr (Huntingdon, Pa./Huntingdon) was next with a 158, junior Steve Spittle (Dublin, Ohio/Coffman) finished with a 159, junior Pat Reist (Hamilton, Ohio/Hamilton) tabulated a 160 and sophomore Adam Knowlton (Springfield, Ohio/Shawnee) rounded things out with a 161.
  • 2002 Season Outlook
    March 05, 2002
    Coming off a solid first season under the direction of Head Coach J.J. Searls, the Wittenberg golf team is hoping for even better things to come.