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University Earns Second NC AC All-Sports Trophy

Showing tremendous balance across its 23 varsity intercollegiate athletics teams and enjoying consistent success throughout the years, Wittenberg’s athletics program emerged victorious in the race for the 2009-10 North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) All-Sports championship.

Summer 2010, Tiger Sports »

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WNBA Coach Brian Agler ’80 Enjoys Success

Brian Agler always knew he would follow in his parents’ footsteps as an educator. Unlike his parents, who educated in the classroom, Agler has spent his professional career educating women on the basketball court, first as a college coach and later as a pioneering professional coach who recently became just the seventh coach in WNBA history to win 100 games.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010, Tiger Sports »

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Staci Bertelli Radtke ’97, Bill Bibbee ’71, Glenn Hendrix ’75, Larry Peacock ’70 and Anthony Robinson ’96 will join 184 other Wittenberg greats in the university’s Athletics Hall of Honor during 2010 Homecoming Weekend ceremonies, Oct. 8-10.

Summer 2010, Tiger Sports »

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On May 22, Don Henderson ’54 and Frank Shannon ’40 became the fourth and fifth former Tiger standouts to gain entry into the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame & Museum. Henderson and Shannon joined 2009 inductee Eldon Miller ’62 and 2008 inductees Al Thrasher ’64 and Ray Mears, who coached the Tigers from 1956-62.

Summer 2010, Tiger Sports »

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Volleyball Team Competes In Spain

Head Coach Paco Labrador and the Tiger volleyball team made the third trip in the last seven years to Spain, winning three of four matches during a 12-day trip that started May 24.

Spring 2010, Tiger Sports »

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Storyteller

There was a time when Stephanie Zonars ’89 had never thought about writing a book. She even doubted her ability to do so, questioning whether it was the right time in her life to embark on such a challenging professional journey.

Spring 2010, Tiger Sports »

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After leading his team to the NCAC championship, an undefeated regular season and the NCAA Division III Tournament quarterfinals in 2009, Football Head Coach Joe Fincham finished third in balloting by coaches for the Columbus Dispatch Ohio College Football Coach of the Year award.

Spring 2010, Tiger Sports »

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Charlie Painter ’69 Leads High School Teams to More Than 500 Victories

Charlie Painter ’69 didn’t know exactly what he wanted to do with his life when he graduated from Wittenberg, but there were two things he did know: he wanted to teach, and he wanted to coach. Decades later, Painter owns more than 500 career coaching victories, but not in any of the sports he knew best while at college.

Spring 2010, Tiger Sports »

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Women’s Basketball Player Recognized Repeatedly

Stephanie Boardman ’10 scored just 36 points in limited action off the bench as a freshman on the women’s basketball team. Four years later, she heads toward Commencement as perhaps the most decorated player in program history.

Spring 2010, Tiger Sports »

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Co-Authored Article Appears In National Publication

Hannah Scheckelhoff ’11 has shown excellence on the field for three years as a standout for Wittenberg’s field hockey team. Following the publication of her first nationally published article in Library Media Connection in October 2009, co-written with her mother, Terrie, her fine writing skills are also on display.