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- Ex-Alabama guard Lacey chooses NC State June 18, 2013Alabama's second-leading scorer from a year ago confirmed to ESPN.com on Monday night that he will transfer to the ACC school and play his final two seasons after sitting out the 2013-14 campaign. The 6-foot-3 sophomore averaged 12.1 points and seven rebo
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- Ex-Alabama guard Lacey chooses NC State June 18, 2013
Category Archives: Capital University Sports
COLUMBUS – The Capital University women’s soccer team began its 2011 season on a high note Thursday with a forceful 4-0 victory over Ohio Wesleyan in a non-conference affair at Bernlohr Stadium. The Crusaders, who outshot the Battling Bishops (0-1) … Continue reading
2011 Capital Football Season Preview: Stanford, Crusaders Look to Build Consistency With Toughness, Togetherness
Each time the 2010 Capital University football team fell, it found a way to bounce back with one play or one game. Unfortunately for the Crusaders, the ups equaled the downs in coach Henry Stanford’s first season at the helm. Capital overcame … Continue reading
Capital University head men’s soccer coach Josh Racette’s definition of a rebuilding year falls under the category of a successful season for most coaches at the collegiate level. While the second-year coach was chiefly referring to the graduation of offensive stalwart … Continue reading
The Capital University football team was selected to finish sixth in the Ohio Athletic Conference preseason media and coaches polls, the league announced last week at the OAC Football Media Preview held recently at the Pro Football Hall of Fame … Continue reading
The Capital University athletic department kicked off the 2011-12 season with its annual pasta dinner for fall sports teams on Wednesday, Aug. 24, at the Capital Center field house. All six of the Crusaders’ fall teams – football, volleyball, … Continue reading
COLUMBUS, Ohio – A long season of indoor and outdoor track and field competitions will finally conclude for a pair of Capital student-athletes. On Friday, seniorEmily Goerig (Leetonia, Ohio) and junior Kwesi Seabrook (Dayton, Ohio) will represent Capital at the NCAA Division III … Continue reading
May 20, 2011 AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – For the third time this week, senior Casey Filas (Toledo, Ohio) has been recognized with an honor. After collecting two Ohio Athletic Conference awards, Filas received national recognition Thursday by earning Capital One Academic … Continue reading
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – After a successful indoor and outdoor track and field season, a pair of student-athletes were honored Friday for their excellence in track and in the classroom. Senior Corinne Salva (Fredericktown, Ohio) and junior Sarah Trick (Tipp City, … Continue reading
May 16, 2011 AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – With the 2010-11 athletic season complete, the Ohio Athletic Conference released the All-Sports Standings Sunday. The Capital women’s team finished sixth while the men finished eighth overall. The Capital women finished with 42 total … Continue reading
Tip-off for Thursday’s OAC Semifinal is set for 7:30 p.m.at the DeCarlo Varsity Center. John Carroll swept the regular season series from Capital, and the Blue Streaks have won seven straight against the Crusaders. In the first meeting on Dec. … Continue reading