Monday, February 28, 2022

Selection Shows


written by STEVE ULRICH
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1. Selection Shows

Below is the full schedule for 2022 NCAA winter championship selection shows and press releases.

all times EDT


2. Kings, Queens of the Court


WB CSAC Championship Team Photo

Here are the teams that either won their conference tournament or secured their league's AQ to the NCAA basketball tournament.

>> Conference Tourney Trackers  | Men  |  Women



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3.  Faster, Higher, Longer

It is the second of two big weekends of indoor track and field championship action at the conference level.

  • American Rivers, Dubuque, Iowa
    • M/W-Loras
  • CCIW, Kenosha, Wis.
    • M/W-North Central
  • Centennial, Collegeville, Pa.
    • M/W-Johns Hopkins
  • CUNYAC, New York, N.Y.
    • M/W-Lehman
  • Empire 8, Utica, N.Y.
    • M/W-St. John Fisher
  • Landmark, Selinsgrove, Pa.
    • M/W-Susquehanna
  • Liberty, Ithaca, N.Y.
    • M-Rochester, W-Ithaca
  • Middle Atlantic, Reading, Pa.
    • M-Widener, W-Misericordia
  • Michigan, Angola, Ind.
    • M/W-Trine
  • Midwest, Galesburg, Ill.
    • M/W-Ripon
  • Minnesota, Northfield, Minn.
    • M-Saint John's, W-Bethel
  • NACC, Ripon, Wis.
    • M/W-St. Norbert
  • NCAC, Springfield, Ohio
    • M-Wabash, W-Oberlin
  • OAC, Bexley, Ohio
    • M/W-Mount Union
  • ODAC, Salem, Va.
    • M-Washington and Lee, W-Lynchburg
  • SLIAC, Elsah, Ill.
    • M/W-Greenville
  • SUNYAC, Brockport, N.Y.
    • M/W-Geneseo
  • UAA, Cleveland, Ohio
    • M/W-Washington, Mo.
  • UMAC, Superior, Wis.
    • M-UW-Superior, W-Minnesota Morris
  • WIAC, Platteville, Wis.
    • M-Oshkosh, W-La Crosse

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4.  Next Stop, Cedar Rapids

2022 NCAA DIII Central Region Wrestling Champions
Wabash wrestling
The Division III regional wrestling championships were held at six different locations last weekend and the top three wrestlers in each weight class have advanced to the national championship meet.

CentralWabash won the team championship in convincing style over Baldwin Wallace and John Carroll. Jack Heldt (197) and Max Bishop (285) won individual titles.

Southeast: Stevens won the team title, edging Averett by 8.5 points. Kyle Slendorn (141), Brett Kaliner (149) and Stefan Major (174) won individual titles.

Upper MidwestAugsburg captured the regional team trophy behind individual championships from Derek Steele (125), Solomon Nielsen (174) and Tyler Kim (285).

Lower MidwestWartburg held off Loras and Coe for the regional crownZayren Terukina (141), Kristian Rumph (149) and David Hollingsworth (157) brought home individual titles.

NortheastCoast Guard held off Johnson and Wales by three points for the team title. Tony Ulaszek (149), Philip Rogers (165), Paul Detwiler (184) and Coy Spooner (197) captured individual crowns.

MideastThe College of New Jersey rolled to the regional team championship. Dominic Difrancescantonio (141), Quinn Haddad (197) and Thomas Marretta (285) brought home individual titles.

>> Links to Complete Results

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      Tennis (M)
    • Hobart graduate Ali Marpet, an All-Pro offensive guard for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, announced his retirement from the NFL at the age of 28.
    • "Congratulations, @AliMarpet you are a warrior," Tom Brady posted on Instagram. "It was an honor!!"

      Ice Hockey (M)
      Ice Hockey (W)
    • Kirsten DiCicco made 41 saves and Darby Palisi tallied the game-winner with under seven minutes left as Castleton stunned No. 10 Norwich, 1-0, in a NEHC semifinal.
      Lacrosse (W)
      Happy Birthday
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