Wabash Little Giants

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 11-15 - Conference: 7-11
11/15 vs. Blackburn Final L, 75-66 BX
11/19 vs. Rust • Final W, 77-72 BX
@ Birmingham, Ala.
11/20 at Birmingham-Southern Final L, 72-65 BX RC PH
11/27 vs. Rose-Hulman Final W, 69-53 BX
11/30 at Evansville Final L, 83-39 BX
12/3 vs. Wooster * • Final L, 66-62 BX RC
12/7 at Ohio Wesleyan * • Final L, 68-63 BX
12/10 at Kenyon * • Final W, 74-65 BX
12/17 vs. Hiram * • Final W, 58-52 BX
12/19 at Franklin Final W, 71-65 BX
12/30 at Earlham Final W, 101-63 BX
1/4 vs. Allegheny * • Final L, 68-62 BX
1/7 at Oberlin * • Final W, 58-48 BX
1/11 at Wittenberg * • Final L, 68-39 BX PH
1/14 vs. Denison * • Final L, 66-53 BX
1/18 vs. DePauw * • Final - OT W, 86-80 BX PH
1/21 at Wooster * • Final L, 95-54 BX RC
1/25 vs. Ohio Wesleyan * • Final L, 73-65 BX
1/28 vs. Kenyon * • Final L, 70-45 BX
2/3 at Hiram * • Final W, 70-64 BX
2/4 at Allegheny * • Final W, 68-63 BX
2/8 vs. Wittenberg * • Final L, 73-58 BX
2/11 vs. Oberlin * • Final W, 65-59 BX
2/15 at DePauw * • Final L, 70-50 BX PH
2/18 at Denison * • Final L, 76-65 BX
2/21 at Wooster Final L, 89-68 BX RC

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 11-15 - Conference: 7-11
12/3 vs. Wooster * • L, 66-62 BX RC
12/7 at Ohio Wesleyan * • L, 68-63 BX
12/10 at Kenyon * • W, 74-65 BX
12/17 vs. Hiram * • W, 58-52 BX
1/4 vs. Allegheny * • L, 68-62 BX
1/7 at Oberlin * • W, 58-48 BX
1/11 at Wittenberg * • L, 68-39 BX PH
1/14 vs. Denison * • L, 66-53 BX
1/18 vs. DePauw * • W, 86-80 BX PH
1/21 at Wooster * • L, 95-54 BX RC
1/25 vs. Ohio Wesleyan * • L, 73-65 BX
1/28 vs. Kenyon * • L, 70-45 BX
2/3 at Hiram * • W, 70-64 BX
2/4 at Allegheny * • W, 68-63 BX
2/8 vs. Wittenberg * • L, 73-58 BX
2/11 vs. Oberlin * • W, 65-59 BX
2/15 at DePauw * • L, 70-50 BX PH
2/18 at Denison * • L, 76-65 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/NCAC/Men/2016-17/standings-div1 : /conf/NCAC/Men/2016-17/standings-div2 : /conf/NCAC/Men/2016-17/standings

2016-17

Ohio Wesleyan 16-2 21-7
Denison 15-3 22-5
Wooster 15-3 21-8
Wittenberg 11-7 18-9
Hiram 8-10 11-15
DePauw 8-10 12-14
Wabash 7-11 11-15
Kenyon 4-14 5-22
Allegheny 4-14 7-18
Oberlin 2-16 3-22

Past Records

2017-18 (12-14, 8-10 NCAC)
2016-17 (11-15, 7-11 NCAC)
2015-16 (13-13, 7-11 NCAC)
2014-15 (18-9, 12-6 NCAC)
2013-14 (8-17, 7-11 NCAC)
2012-13 (9-17, 7-9 NCAC)
2011-12 (18-8, 10-6 NCAC)
2010-11 (20-6, 11-5 NCAC)
2009-10 (18-8, 12-4 NCAC)
2008-09 (14-13, 7-9 NCAC)
2007-08 (18-10, 10-6 NCAC)
2006-07 (11-16, 7-9 NCAC)

Team Info

Coach: Kyle Brumett
Conference: NCAC

Wabash

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 883
Location: Crawfordsville, IN
Colors: Scarlet
Region: Great Lakes
Arena: Chadwick Court (1800)
Official Website: Men |
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News Releases

February 20, 2018 Wabash Rally Falls Short In Overtime Loss at Ohio Wesleyan Wabash erased a ten-point second-half lead by Ohio Wesleyan to force overtime in the quarterfinal game of the North Coast Athletic Conference men’s basketball tournament to force overtime before falling to the host Battling Bishops 89-86.
February 10, 2016 Men's wrap: BW knocks JCU from unbeaten ranks The Yellow Jackets took down their No. 3-ranked crosstown rival, while No. 4 St. Thomas and No. 10 Ohio Wesleyan fell as well. That and more in Wednesday's men's action.
January 26, 2016 OAC, NCAC team up to honor Goodwin Members of the Ohio Athletic Conference and North Coast Athletic Conference are teaming up this week to raise funds and raise cancer awareness during Suits and Sneakers Week to honor Capital men’s basketball coach Damon Goodwin.
May 28, 2014 Defiance coach moves to Wabash Kyle Brumett, who has coached at Defiance for the past six years, takes over for Antoine Carpenter at Wabash.
February 2, 2013 Little Giants Hand Wooster First NCAC Loss The Little Giants used a lock-down defense to stifle its second straight opponent Saturday afternoon. Wabash defeated the eight-ranked College of Wooster Fighting Scots 55-48 Saturday, three days after earning a 52-48 win against DePauw.
November 24, 2012 Wabash Hangs with Eighth-Ranked IWU in Six-Point Loss A young Wabash team proved it could play with the best teams in the nations, taking eighth-ranked Illinois Wesleyan to the wire before losing 62-56 at home Saturday afternoon.