2006 News

  • Thirty-Six Wittenberg Student-Athletes And Coaches Earn Fall All-Conference Awards
    November 22, 2006
    One of the most successful fall sports seasons in Wittenberg history was capped by a tremendous haul of postseason awards from the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC).
  • Tiger Men Finish 27th, Women 26th In Great Lakes Regional
    November 11, 2006
    HANOVER, Ind. - The Wittenberg men's and women's cross country teams finished their season at the Great Lakes Regional Meet held at Hanover College. The Tigers, coming off the NCAC meet two weeks ago at Earlham College, ran well in the season finale, finishing 26th in the women's competition and 27th in the men's competition.
  • Tiger Men Finish Ninth, Women Seventh In NCAC Championships
    October 28, 2006
    RICHMOND, Ind. - The Wittenberg Tigers put the finishing touches on the 2006 regular season at the North Coast Athletic Conference Championship meet at Earlham College on Saturday. The Tiger men placed ninth and the Tiger women moved up one spot from 2005 to finish seventh.
  • Tiger Teams Both Place Eighth In Wilmington Fall Classic
    October 13, 2006
    SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - The Wittenberg Tigers had perhaps their best showing of the 2006 season to date, finishing eighth in both the men's and women's competitions at the Wilmington Fall Classic. The men's and women's fields both numbered 16 teams, including several NAIA and NCAA scholarship programs.
  • Tiger Teams Run Well At Earlham Invitational
    September 30, 2006
    RICHMOND, Ind. - The Wittenberg Tigers turned in another round of solid performances at the 2006 Earlham Invitational. The Tiger men placed eighth in a tough 13-team field, while the women, led by 12th-place individual finisher Christine Maddox (Miamisburg, Ohio/Miamisburg), captured sixth place among 11 teams entered.
  • Tiger Teams Finish Ninth At Cedarville Invitational
    September 16, 2006
    SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - Running against a deep field filled with quality scholarship programs, the Wittenberg Tigers placed ninth in both the men's and women's events of the Cedarville Invitational.
  • Tiger Teams Both Finish In Top Two At Wittenberg Invitational
    September 09, 2006
    SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - The Wittenberg Tigers hosted their annual invitational Saturday at John Bryan State Park in nearby Yellow Springs, Ohio, and when the dust had cleared the host team had fared quite well.
  • Wittenberg Cross Country Teams Host 2006 Invitational Meet Saturday At Picturesque John Bryan State Park
    September 08, 2006
    The Wittenberg University men's and women's cross country teams continue the 2006 season with the annual Wittenberg Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 9, at nearby John Bryan State Park.
  • Tigers Run Strong at Wabash Hokum Karem
    September 03, 2006
    CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. - The Wittenberg Tigers ran well in their first meet under Head Coach Craig Penney, who took over the program less a month earlier, as the men took fifth place against an outstanding field in the Wabash Hokum-Karem. The Tiger women placed third in a similarly strong field.
  • 2006 Season Outlook
    August 31, 2006
    The Wittenberg University men's and women's cross country teams head into the 2006 season with a new coach and an optimistic outlook.
  • Wittenberg Selects Craig Penney As New Head Coach For Men’s And Women’s Cross Country/Track and Field
    August 22, 2006
    Wittenberg Director of Athletics and Recreation Garnett Purnell announced that Craig Penney has been named the university’s new men’s and women’s cross country and track & field head coach.
  • NCAC Releases Preseason Men's And Women's Cross Country Polls
    August 21, 2006
    SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — For the fourth consecutive year, the Allegheny men were predicted to claim the NCAC championship after annual preseason balloting by North Coast Athletic Conference cross country coaches. The Denison women were picked as preseason favorites for the second straight year, but the coaches also tabbed Oberlin as a contender for the title.