Women & men's soccer, volleyball
The No. 14 Hanover women's soccer team earned its fifth Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season championship in the past six years in dramatic fashion, defeating Mount St. Joseph on the road in double overtime, 2-1. The Panthers have now improved their program-record winning streak to 15 consecutive matches, moving to 15-1-0 on the season. Hanover is also 8-0-0 in HCAC play and with 24 points, has already secured the outright HCAC regular season championship and No. 1 seed in next week's tournament. Since the HCAC's inception during the 1998-99 season, the Panthers have won a league-high nine regular season championships. Hanover has also secured its 10th consecutive top-three finish in the final HCAC standings. The Panthers will look to cap the regular season with a win, as they host Defiance for Senior Day at 1 p.m., Saturday
Hanover men's soccer team had a 3-1 home win over Mount St. Joseph. The Panthers' win improves them to 10-6-0 overall and 7-1-0 in HCAC play. Hanover also controls its own destiny for a second conference regular season title in the last four years. The Panthers will look to secure the HCAC regular season championship and the conference tournament's No. 1 seed when they welcome Defiance on Saturday. The Senior Day match is slated for a 3:30 p.m. start.
Hanover volleyball team picked up a 3-0 victory at Franklin. The Panthers also won the Golden Victory Ball trophy in the rivalry match for the 9th straight time since 2010.
For the second consecutive year, a Hanover men's basketball player has received national preseason recognition from D3hoops.com, as senior guard Cam Fails (Mason, Ohio) was announced as a second team all-American. Fails, who was a third team postseason all-American for D3hoops in 2017-18, is receiving his second national accolade prior to this winter's 2018-19 campaign. The senior was also selected as a preseason all-American by the Street & Smith's Basketball Yearbook .