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It’s a big weekend in athletics

It’s a big weekend in athletics

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Starting Saturday morning, Nov. 17, the men’s cross country team will compete at the NCAA Division III National Championships in Terre Haute, Ind. The men’s race is set to get underway at 10 a.m. Central time (11 a.m., Eastern). Nationally, the Cardinal men are ranked No. 2 in the NCAA Division III National Coaches’ Top 35 Poll, behind only Haverford College (Pa.). Results will be available at northcentralcardinals.com as soon as possible Saturday.



Men’s cross country claims national title, football wins round one

Men’s cross country claims national title, football wins round one

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The Cardinal men’s cross country team claimed its 14th national title on Nov. 19 at the Lake Breeze Golf Course in Wisconsin. Rallying from an early setback, the men returned to No. 1 in the nation for the second time in three years at the NCAA Division III National Championships.

For the second straight season the national title came down to a battle between the Midwest Region Champion Cardinals and the Haverford College (Pa.) Fords, champions of the Mideast Region. The Cardinals tallied 110 points with the runner-up Fords team finishing with a score of 172.



North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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Recent media sources report North Central College stories about the football team’s historic trip to round three of the playoffs and SIFE's entrepreneurial projects.

Naperville Sun: “Breakthrough victory” This year’s squad is going where no Cardinals team has gone before—the third round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.



North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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Recent print and online media sources report North Central College stories about Ramsey Lewis concert, football playoffs and new trustee appointment.
Chicago Tribune: “Pianist Ramsey Lewis back on birthday tour” performs in Wentz Concert Hall Nov. 20



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