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Cardinal athletics has published photo galleries from national contests

Cardinal athletics has published photo galleries from national contests

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North Central Cardinal athletics has published photo galleries of recent national championship contests in men’s cross country and football.



New Athletic Hall of Fame inductees excelled in track and field and football

New Athletic Hall of Fame inductees excelled in track and field and football

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The sports information office has published profiles about the final two of six inductees to North Central College’s Athletic Hall of Fame: Dan Siewert ’82, the most versatile throwing-event athlete in the men’s track and field program, and Luther Selbo ’68, who ushered in a period of success in the Cardinals’ football passing game that was unrivaled for nearly 40 years.



Women’s soccer players kicked for high school football teams

Women’s soccer players kicked for high school football teams

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Cardinal soccer players Mackenzie Wenger ’14 of Davis, Ill., and Hannah Magiera ’16 of Zion have many memories of time on the soccer field. But perhaps their most vivid experiences as student-athletes aren’t from kicking a soccer ball past the goalkeeper, but kicking a football through the uprights.  

The prospect of kicking on their respective high school varsity football teams started as a joke for both Wenger (photo, left) and Magiera (right). Eventually, with a little persistence and supportive coaching staffs, the opportunities were there for the taking.



Men’s track & field wins 34th CCIW championship title, women claim second place

Men’s track & field wins 34th CCIW championship title, women claim second place

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At the CCIW Outdoor Track & Field Championships hosted by Illinois Wesleyan University May 4-5, the men’s team cruised to its second straight conference championship, and its third in the last four years. The fourth-ranked Cardinals placed first in just three of the 21 events, but collected 13 second-place finishes and eight third-place showings to put up 285 points and claim the 34th CCIW title in the program’s history. Ninth-ranked Augustana College was second in the final standings with 216.5 points.



Catch up on Cardinal Close-Up profiles

Catch up on Cardinal Close-Up profiles

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During winter term, several student-athletes have been profiled in extensive featured articles at northcentralcardinals.com. The series, titled Cardinal Close-Up, is authored by student sports information assistant Jeremy Rushing ’14, who’s majoring in English print journalism.

Check out these profiles posted during winter term:



Cardinal Close-Up features standout student-athletes

Cardinal Close-Up features standout student-athletes

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Each week be sure to check out Cardinal Close-Up, a weekly online feature series about North Central student-athletes at northcentralcardinals.com.



Cardinals 15th among all DIII winter programs

Cardinals 15th among all DIII winter programs

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North Central College is ranked 15th among all NCAA Division III programs in the final winter Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup all-sports standings, released by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics.



Spring sports teams on the move

Spring sports teams on the move

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Many of the College’s athletics teams have already opened their spring seasons. To follow your favorite Cardinal team and all competitions, visit northcentralcardinals.com regularly throughout spring term.



North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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Media sources report recent news about Cardinal track and field student-athletes and team successes and College venues and events.



Check out Cardinal athletics

Check out Cardinal athletics

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With the wrestling and men’s and women’s basketball teams and men’s and women’s indoor track and field seasons fully underway, be sure to che



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