Heidelberg women's volleyball kept rolling, winning its seventh straight by defeating Capital in an Ohio Athletic Conference contest 25-19, 22-25, 25-14, 25-20 in four sets Wednesday.
After a back and forth in the first two sets, the Student Princes were able to capture the last two sets and finish off the Crusaders in a timely fashion.
Heidelberg's Amber Welfle led the way with four aces, 16 kills, and 11 assists in the team's victory.
Jamie Kluding served two aces and added 12 kills, while teammate Sarah Botts added seven kills and five digs.
Heidelberg now sits 11-9 overall and 3-0 in the OAC.
Heidelberg wins in double OT
Gassed, hurting, and relieved must be the sentiments of each one of the members Heidelberg's men's soccer team after defeating Wilmington 2-1 in double overtime.
Wilmington was able to fire the first shot at the 10-minute mark when the Quakers' Daniel Wicks scored off an assist from teammate Ethan Zimpfer.
The 'Berg was able to strike back shortly at the 14th minute after Christopher Koczak netted a goal off the corner to tie the match 1-1.
The Student Princes were able to find their way to the six-yard box on several occasions, out-shooting Wilmington 25-11. Yet, Wilmington was able to make 11 saves to keep the match tied at the end of regulation.
As if one overtime wasn't enough, it took two to finally seal the win for the Student Princes. At the 107-minute mark when Koczak made the assist off a defensive counter to Kriss Piddy. Piddy lofted the shot over the goalkeeper to end the game 2-1.
Domingues, Tiffin get it done early
Giulliane Domingues didn't wait long to give Tiffin women's soccer team all it needed offensively in a 1-0 win over Cedarville Tuesday.
Domingues scored from the right side, one of the Dragons two shots on goal.
Tiffin goalkeepers Kellie Gruber and Hayley Coppola combined on the shutout.
The Dragons improved to 2-7-1, while Cedarville dropped to 8-4.