On Monday, the OAC announced the 2015 Spring Academic All-OAC list. Thirty-five Capital student-athletes earned academic all-conference honors by doing more than just excelling on their respective playing surfaces.
The Capital Baseball took away one win in its doubleheader against Ohio Wesleyan on Thursday evening. Capital won game one, 11-6 in eight innings, before being defeated 14-1 in six innings in game two.
Capital Baseball team took down regional opponent Kenyon , 10-4, on Wednesday afternoon at McCloskey Field. Shane Wellman battled and pitched an effective outing while the offense backed him with 13 hits to account for its production.
The Crusaders lost both of their games against Ohio Northern, Sunday afternoon. The Crusaders were beaten by the Polar Bears by scores of 5-2 and 4-1 at Wander Field. Capital is now 12-20 overall, 4-12 against OAC competition.
Capital Baseball held their own but fell twice at the hands of Marietta on Tuesday afternoon at Clowson Field. Capital’s offense was held to a combined seven hits in its losses by scores of 9-0 and 7-3.
Continuing the newfound tradition of celebrating the on- and off-field successes of Capital student-athletes and those that help sustain excellence, Capital Athletics held its second annual CAPSPY’s awards banquet.
Capital Baseball pulled out a solid victory over nationally-ranked Heidelberg University in Friday’s split. The Crusaders defeated the Student Princes 17-12 in game one before being defeated 16-1 in the capper.
Shane Wellman put forth a career performance on the hill in the second of two games against Wilmington College, Monday afternoon. The Crusaders battled scattered showers but won a pair of 11-4 decisions at Clowson Field.
Jacob Sheaf and Connor Golden combine to no-hit the DePauw University Tigers in an unconventional way during its 10-inning, 3-2 win on Saturday afternoon. The Crusaders split the day’s doubleheader with the Tigers.