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Big Day On Hanover College Campus On Saturday

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Fresh off its second consecutive NCAA National Tournament appearance, the Hanover men's basketball team has been picked as one of the league favorites in the 2018-19 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference coaches' preseason poll. The Panthers received 80 points in the preseason poll, including two of the 10 first place votes, good enough for third overall. Hanover is slated to open the 2018-19 campaign at home against Spalding University, with a 7 p.m. tip, Tuesday, Nov. 13.

 

History will be made tonight as the Hanover women's swim team hosts its first home meet with a dual against Rose-Hulman. The Panthers will host the Engineers at 7 p.m., at Southwestern High School.

 

It will be a be sports day tomorrow on the Hanover College Campus as the Hanover football team will welcome Mount St. Joseph to Alumni Stadium this weekend for a battle between two of the top three teams in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference standings. Panthers are currently tied for first in the HCAC. Kickoff is at 1:30

The Men’s Soccer team can clinch the regular season HCAC crown tomorrow with a victory at home against Defiance.

The No. 14 Hanover women's soccer team earned its fifth Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season championship in the past six years earlier this week will go for their 16th win in a row tomorrow at home also against Defiance.

Volleyball will try and secure a first round home game in the HCAC Tournament tomorrow as they host Anderson.

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