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Sloppy spring dampens seasons

When thinking of spring sports, bright sunny days and lush green fields usually come to mind.  But this year, unpredictible weather has spoiled that image. From the polar vortex to severe rain, the Bishops sports teams have had their fair [...]

April 18, 2014 Sports
Top: Junior JJ Buckey throws a strike to make it full count against Cincinatti-Clermont at Littick Field on April 10.
Photo by Jane Suttmeier

Baseball looks to improve NCAC record

The Baseball team currently stands at 6-18 this season and 1-7 in the NCAC, and is looking to change their outcome as the season draws to a close. Despite getting a shaky start in their season, Head coach Tyler Mott [...]

April 18, 2014 Sports

First family of Wesleyan sports honored with baseball renovations

Photos by Jane Suttmeier Athletic Director, and former OWU Head baseball Coach Roger Ingles and his wife Jo, an award winning journalist for Ohio Public Radio, were honored Sat April 5 at. Littick Field for the dedication and hard work [...]

April 10, 2014 Sports
Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Northwestern athletes seek to unionize

Northwestern University football players will vote April 25 whether to unionize after the National Labor Relations Board ruled in March that players are employees of the school and have the right to form unions. Northwestern is appealing the decision. The [...]

April 10, 2014 Sports
Sophomore Amy Greenwood. Photo: Rachael Carter via battlingbishops.com

Women’s golf hopes to finish strong

With the spring golf season reaching its final stretch, the women’s golf team hopes to make good on one of their biggest goals this year: winning the conference championship. In order to do so they will need to win their [...]

April 10, 2014 Sports
Junior Abbie Love shoots to score in a cluster of DePauw players.

Lady Bishops lacrosse ready for NCAC

By CQ Alonzo Transcript Correspondent Bishop women’s lacrosse fell short to the Mount Union Raiders last week, but the team still hopes to have a competitive conference season. After sophomore Patricia Ryan scored a goal in the opening minute, the [...]

April 3, 2014 Sports

New coach brings fresh expectations

Tom Drabczyk, Jr. Ohio Wesleyan’s new head tennis coach said his job has been a process. “OWU has had great tradition in tennis, we are building the culture necessary to grow the program moving forward and bring us back to [...]

March 31, 2014 Sports
Junior post LaNiece McRae drives to the basket at Branch Rickey Arena. McRae was honored as a member of the all-NCAC second team.

Impossible to ignore

Why the 2013-2014 women’s basketball season will never be forgotten For NCAC Coach of the Year, Stacey Ungashick-Lobdell, her troop of assistants and her 16 players, the 2013-2014 women’s basketball season was one to remember. The Lady Bishops finished 12-4 [...]

March 31, 2014 Sports

Men’s lacrosse solely worried about winning

Photo: battlingbishops.com Halfway through the season, the Bishops lacrosse team carries a 5-2 record into conference play. After winning the NCAC’s inaugural tournament last season, members of the team feel ready for the raised stakes that come with every upcoming [...]

March 22, 2014 Sports
Junior Matt Hunter competes in the high jump portion of the heptathlon event during the NCAC championship at Denison University on March 8. Photo by Dianne DeAngelis

Track and field take NCAC by storm

Junior Matt Hunter competes in the high jump portion of the heptathlon event during the NCAC championship at Denison University on March 8. Photo by Dianne DeAngelis The men’s and women’s indoor track team emerged victorious at the NCAC indoor [...]

March 22, 2014 Sports