Otterbein Cardinals

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 5-20 - Conference: 3-15
11/28 vs. Wesley Final L, 75-73
@ Christopher Newport
11/29 at Christopher Newport Final L, 87-83
12/1 at Birmingham-Southern Final W, 78-68
12/2 at Sewanee Final L, 78-70
12/6 vs. John Carroll * • Final L, 86-81
12/13 at Muskingum * • Final L, 84-77
12/17 vs. Marietta * • Final W, 76-68
12/20 at Mount Union * • Final L, 80-58
12/22 vs. Wittenberg Final L, 87-66
12/27 vs. North Central (Ill.) Final L, 73-56
12/28 vs. Thomas More Final W, 80-65
1/3 vs. Ohio Northern * • Final L, 82-61
1/7 vs. Baldwin-Wallace * • Final L, 84-64
1/10 at Heidelberg * • Final L, 72-62
1/14 at Wilmington * • Final L, 71-62
1/17 vs. Capital * • Final L, 79-60
1/24 at John Carroll * • Final L, 101-65
1/29 at Marietta * • Final L, 84-76
1/31 vs. Muskingum * • Final L, 69-59
2/4 at Ohio Northern * • Final L, 71-63
2/7 vs. Mount Union * • Final W, 80-73
2/11 at Baldwin-Wallace * • Final W, 78-72
2/14 vs. Heidelberg * • Final L, 88-75
2/18 vs. Wilmington * • Final L, 87-77
2/21 at Capital * • Final - OT L, 83-78

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 5-20 - Conference: 3-15
12/6 vs. John Carroll * • L, 86-81
12/13 at Muskingum * • L, 84-77
12/17 vs. Marietta * • W, 76-68
12/20 at Mount Union * • L, 80-58
1/3 vs. Ohio Northern * • L, 82-61
1/7 vs. Baldwin-Wallace * • L, 84-64
1/10 at Heidelberg * • L, 72-62
1/14 at Wilmington * • L, 71-62
1/17 vs. Capital * • L, 79-60
1/24 at John Carroll * • L, 101-65
1/29 at Marietta * • L, 84-76
1/31 vs. Muskingum * • L, 69-59
2/4 at Ohio Northern * • L, 71-63
2/7 vs. Mount Union * • W, 80-73
2/11 at Baldwin-Wallace * • W, 78-72
2/14 vs. Heidelberg * • L, 88-75
2/18 vs. Wilmington * • L, 87-77
2/21 at Capital * • L, 83-78

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/OAC/Men/2008-09/standings-div1 : /conf/OAC/Men/2008-09/standings-div2 : /conf/OAC/Men/2008-09/standings

2008-09

John Carroll 16-2 25-6
Capital 15-3 26-5
Ohio Northern 12-6 18-9
Wilmington 12-6 16-10
Muskingum 10-8 14-13
Marietta 7-11 12-14
Mount Union 6-12 12-14
Heidelberg 5-13 8-18
Baldwin-Wallace 4-14 8-17
Otterbein 3-15 5-20

Past Records

2017-18 (1-24, 1-17 OAC)
2016-17 (7-18, 3-15 OAC)
2015-16 (4-21, 2-16 OAC)
2014-15 (3-22, 2-16 OAC)
2013-14 (4-22, 3-15 OAC)
2012-13 (8-19, 4-14 OAC)
2011-12 (9-17, 6-12 OAC)
2010-11 (13-13, 9-9 OAC)
2009-10 (8-17, 6-12 OAC)
2008-09 (5-20, 3-15 OAC)
2007-08 (7-18, 6-12 OAC)
2006-07 (16-11, 11-7 OAC)

Team Info

Coach: Dick Reynolds
Conference: OAC

Otterbein

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 2312
Location: Westerville, OH
Colors: Tan, Cardinal
Region: Great Lakes
Arena: Rike Center (0)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

March 25, 2019 Winters is coming to Otterbein Andy Winters is staying in the Columbus area and the OAC for his next job. Otterbein named the Capital University men's assistant as its next head coach.
July 15, 2018 We are D3 falls in TBT opener The Sons of Westwood, composed primarily of UCLA alumni, proved too much to handle down the stretch and the fourth seed advanced past No. 13 seeded We are D3 in The Basketball Tournament.
January 19, 2018 Nothing lost in translation for Gibbs Jeff Gibbs was an undersized, overpowering forward who pushed Otterbein to the 2002 Division III national championship. Years later he's still grabbing boards and blocking shots in Japan. We check in with Division III basketball's version of Charles Barkley in Around the Nation.
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.
November 18, 2015 Playing for a purpose The NCAC/OAC Challenge took on an even bigger meaning this year. The games raised awareness and money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society while Capital coach Damon Goodwin is battling leukemia. More in Around the Great Lakes.
April 7, 2015 Oilar gets call to turn Otterbein around Otterbein selected DePauw assistant coach Brian Oilar to turn around the Cardinals' men's basketball program that hasn't had a winning record since 2007.