The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) unveiled its inaugural CACC Team Academic Award winners on Thursday, as six schools combined to take home the 16 honors for the 2018-19 academic year. The announcement was made by CACC Commissioner Dan Mara, as the school with the highest team grade point average in each of the league's 16 championship sports, was crowned the Team Academic Award winner for that specific sport.
As the 2019 Wilmington University men’s soccer season approaches its 16th season of NCAA Division II play, head coach Nick Papanicolas would like to introduce 10 more student-athletes that will join the Wildcats this Fall.
Wilmington University Director of Athletics Dr. Stefanie Whitby is pleased to announce Troy Donato as the next head coach of the women’s tennis program, starting immediately.
The Wilmington University women’s volleyball team returned to the list of honorees that were recently recognized with Team Academic Awards from the America Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) for the 2018-19 academic year, as announced by the national coaches organization.
The Wilmington University cross country team will race on familiar grounds on 2019, as head coach Keith Jones has prepared five meets leading up to the postseason throughout the 2019 campaign.
Wilmington University graduated senior Caitlyn Whiteside has been selected as the institutions nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year award. She will go up against other seniors from across the CACC, where two nominees will represent the conference at the National level.
The eight-time and reigning Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Champion Wilmington University baseball team is conducting its annual Fall High School Baseball Clinic in early October.
Nick Papanicolas will get a lot of home cooking this fall as he has scheduled 10 home matches for the Wilmington University men’s soccer team, including six in September as the 2019 schedule has been announced.
Women’s Soccer Has Seven Home Games, to Play Defending National Champions as 2019 Schedule is Announced
Heading into his fifth season at the helm of the Wilmington University women’s soccer, head coach Jeff Zoyac has scheduled five nonconference games on top of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference campaign as the 2019 schedule has been announced.
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