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The Witness Newspaper
  • First-half mistakes cost Lady Quakers

    Sports Information BEXLEY — Wilmington College’s first-half struggles proved costly as the Lady Quakers dropped a 76-60 decision to Capital in Ohio Athletic Conference action Wednesday night. Wilmington is now 5-6 in the OAC, 10-8 overall. Capital improves to 8-3 in the conference, 13-5 for the season. Wilmington never led as Capital got ahead early

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  • Quaker basketball team excites fans with thrilling comeback win

    Sports Information Wilmington College overcame a 13-point deficit in the closing minutes of play to hand Ohio Athletic Conference-leading Capital a 55-53 loss at Fred Raizk Arena Wednesday night. The Quakers are now 7-4 in the OAC, 9-7 overall. Capital is now tied with John Carroll atop the conference at 8-3; the Crusaders are 11-7

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  • WC athlete breaks record

    Randy Sarvis, Public Relations OTTERBEIN — Mason Metts shattered his team shot put record as Wilmington College competed at the Otterbein Invitational Saturday. The Quakers finished second with 152 points. Otterbein won the event with 179 points. “I thought we came out of the gate real well today,” Wilmington head coach Ron Combs said. “I’m

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  • WC to gain lacrosse teams, lose golf

    Megan McDonough, Josh Shell Staff Writers Wilmington College will be adding women’s and men’s lacrosse teams for the spring of 2013.  A head coach for the men’s and women’s team is planned to be hired by January 2012, allowing eight months to recruit. Students are excited about the addition of lacrosse to the Fighting Quakers

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  • New table tennis club at WC

    Victoria Burcham Staff Writer A new table tennis club has been officially recognized at Wilmington College. Things are just getting started for the team, with only a month under its belt. It already boasts a roster of 25 members. Due to the abundance of interest in the club, an open invitational is planned so members

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