2002-03 News

  • 2003 Season In Review
    May 25, 2003
    The Wittenberg University golf team featured three freshmen, a sophomore and a junior in its starting lineup the majority of the spring 2003 season, yet the Tigers put together a strong campaign that bodes extremely well for the future.
  • Fifty-One Student-Athletes Earn Spring Sport Postseason Awards
    May 19, 2003
    Another banner spring sports season has reaped rich rewards for 51 Wittenberg University athletes who were selected to All-North Coast Athletic Conference teams over the last two weeks.
  • Men's Golf At NCAC Championships
    May 06, 2003
    The Tiger mens golf team capped one of its best seasons in years with a fifth-place finish in the NCAC Championship Tournament at Oberlin Golf Club last weekend. While the teams placement in the NCAC was one spot lower than the last two seasons, the team score was better and the competition, with three national qualifyiers among nine teams in the event, was better as well.
  • Men's Golf At Stimer Invitational
    April 29, 2003
    The Tiger mens golf team turned in another quality finish over the weekend, taking seventh place against a loaded 17-team field at the Ohio Wesleyan University Strimer Invitational at Oakhaven Golf Club in Delaware. Eight of the nine NCAC schools that sponsor golf participated and the Tigers again hung tough with the upper echelon, finishing behind nationally ranked Ohio Wesleyan, Wooster and Denison in the final standings.
  • Men's Golf At College of Wooster Invitational
    April 22, 2003
    The Tiger mens golf team turned in its best finish of the 2003 season over the weekend, shooting lights out on Day 2 of the College of Wooster Parlor Invitational to end up in fourth place in a loaded 15-team field. The tourney was played at the difficult Wooster Country Club and included six NCAC teams, including the nationally ranked host team that had won the Denison Invitational the previous week.
  • Men's Golf At Denison Spring Invitational
    April 15, 2003
    The Tiger mens golf team finished 10th in a loaded 17-team field at the Denison Spring Invitational last weekend at Granville Country Club. In a tightly packed field, the Tigers finished 27 strokes off the 612 posted by Wooster, which won by five strokes over the host Big Red and perennial power Muskingum and seven over nationally ranked Ohio Wesleyan.
  • Men's Golf At Kenyon Cup
    April 08, 2003
    The Tiger golf team is nearing the midway point of the 2003 season, with hopes that they will be able to climb into the upper echelon of the ultra-competitive North Coast Athletic Conference by seasons end.
  • Men's Golf At Muskingum Invitational
    April 01, 2003
    The Tiger men's golf team got off to a solid start to the spring 2003 campaign with a sixth place finish in the Muskingum Invitational last weekend at Eagle Sticks Golf Club in Zanesville, Ohio. Thirteen teams from around the state were involved in the competition, including five NCAC schools, and of the conference schools involved the Tigers trailed only the top two teams in the entire tournament, nationally ranked Ohio Wesleyan and Denison.
  • Young Tigers Enter Spring Season With Depth and Potential
    March 10, 2003
    The Wittenberg golf team is beginning a new era this spring as Scott Isphording takes over as the teams head coach.
  • Men's Golf Fall Recap
    October 01, 2002
    The Tiger golf team has gotten a facelift in 2002, starting at the top with first-year coach Scott Isphording. Several of the teams top players have opted to concentrate on their studies, leaving some voids but also some tremendous opportunities that a precocious group of freshman have capitalized upon.