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Hanover College DIII Men's Soccer Draw And Football Still Getting Votes

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 The 2019 NCAA Division III Men's Soccer National Tournament field was announced Monday afternoon as the Hanover men's soccer team drew University of Rochester (N.Y.) in the opening round. The Panthers (13-5-1), who earned honors as both the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season champions and conference tournament champions, will be making their second national playoff appearance under Head Coach Matt Wilkerson (1st appearance - 2016). Hanover and Rochester (N.Y.) are slated to play at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16, at Mavec Field in Gambier, Ohio as both teams travel to Kenyon College who will host both first and second round games.

NCAA DIII MEN'S SOCCER NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

 

The Hanover football team dominated Rose-Hulman in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference action on Saturday afternoon allowing them to continue climbing up the rankings. The Panthers are the seventh team receiving votes in the latest AFCA Division III Coaches' Top 25 Poll receiving a total of 16 votes. The Panthers are also receiving 6 votes in the D3football.com Poll.

AFCA COACHES POLL NCAA DIII

 

IHSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12th:

Madison @ Lawrenceburg

Shawe @ 1A #3 Jac-Cen-Del

Switzerland Co. @ South Dearborn

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