Scheve guided Wilmington to 518 career victories in his three decades leading the program and departs as one of the winningest coaches in NCAA Division III history as well as collegiately in the state of Ohio. He is one of just over 30 coaches to have crossed the 500-victory plateau. A member of the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame, Scheve led the Quakers to the 2004 national championship, the school’s only team national title to date.
The Wilmington College women's basketball team will play its second Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) Tournament game in as many days on Tuesday when the Fightin’ Quakers travel to top-seeded John Carroll University for a 6 p.m. contest.
The Lynchburg-Clay alumna averaged an astounding 33.0 points per game on 24-of-41 (58.5%) as well as making 10-of-19 (52.6 percent) from distance in helping the Fightin’ Quakers to a sweep of Heidelberg University over the weekend. Binkley also grabbed 6.5 rebounds per game and dished 3.5 assists per contest.
The Wilmington College women's basketball team overcame a slow first half to defeat Muskingum University 72-57 in an opening-round game of the 2021 Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) Tournament at Fred Raizk Arena on Monday evening.
The Binkley twins, Hannah and McKayla, combined for 51 points to lead the Wilmington College women's basketball team to convincing 98-82 Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) victory on Senior Night at Fred Raizk Arena on Friday evening.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the OAC shifted all of its intercollegiate athletic competition to 2021. As such, the Fightin' Quakers will play a conference-only, 12-game schedule beginning on January 22 and concluding with the OAC Tournament from March 4.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that’s resulted in the cancellation and postponement of many athletics events, Wilmington College and its department of athletics remain committed to providing a great student-athlete experience. Both Townsend Field at Williams Stadium and Hermann Court inside Fred Raizk Arena had their playing surfaces revamped over the summer.
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – The Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC), the league Wilmington College has participated in collegiate athletics since the turn of the century, announced on Friday its plans to postpone all intercollegiate athletic competition through the calendar year due to safety concerns amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The conference is committed to collaboration in 2021 to allow the affected sports to compete safely in 2021.