Hanover Panthers

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 9-16 - Conference: 6-10
11/22 at Goshen Final L, 68-62
@ Denison
11/23 at Denison Final W, 77-74
11/25 at Wabash Final L, 89-63
11/29 vs. Ind.-Southeast Final L, 81-76
11/30 vs. Wooster Final L, 93-61
12/3 vs. Transylvania * • Final W, 55-53
12/6 vs. Defiance * • Final L, 103-78
12/13 at Anderson * • Final L, 79-73
12/17 vs. Illinois Wesleyan Final - OT L, 76-75
12/19 at Mount St. Joseph * • Final L, 79-61
12/29 vs. Maryville (Tenn.) Final W, 69-61
@ Centre
12/30 at Piedmont Final W, 97-74
@ Centre
1/7 at Manchester * • Final L, 83-79
1/10 vs. Bluffton * • Final L, 58-57
1/14 vs. Rose-Hulman * • Final L, 67-61
1/21 at Franklin * • Final L, 86-71
1/24 at Defiance * • Final L, 50-47
1/29 at Transylvania * • Final - OT L, 74-69
1/31 vs. Anderson * • Final W, 83-78
2/4 vs. Mount St. Joseph * • Final W, 82-78
2/7 at Bluffton * • Final W, 92-78
2/11 at Rose-Hulman * • Final W, 71-66
2/14 vs. Manchester * • Final W, 81-71
2/18 vs. Franklin * • Final L, 92-84
2/24 at Defiance Final L, 69-68

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 9-16 - Conference: 6-10
12/3 vs. Transylvania * • W, 55-53
12/6 vs. Defiance * • L, 103-78
12/13 at Anderson * • L, 79-73
12/19 at Mount St. Joseph * • L, 79-61
1/7 at Manchester * • L, 83-79
1/10 vs. Bluffton * • L, 58-57
1/14 vs. Rose-Hulman * • L, 67-61
1/21 at Franklin * • L, 86-71
1/24 at Defiance * • L, 50-47
1/29 at Transylvania * • L, 74-69
1/31 vs. Anderson * • W, 83-78
2/4 vs. Mount St. Joseph * • W, 82-78
2/7 at Bluffton * • W, 92-78
2/11 at Rose-Hulman * • W, 71-66
2/14 vs. Manchester * • W, 81-71
2/18 vs. Franklin * • L, 92-84

(* Conference; • Region)
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2008-09

Transylvania 15-3 21-6
Franklin 13-4 17-10
Defiance 12-4 18-9
Bluffton 9-7 15-11
Anderson 7-10 15-12
Manchester 6-10 11-14
Hanover 6-10 9-16
Rose-Hulman 4-12 9-16
Mount St. Joseph 2-14 6-19

Past Records

2017-18 (22-7, 14-4 HCAC)
2016-17 (26-4, 16-2 HCAC)
2015-16 (14-12, 12-6 HCAC)
2014-15 (12-12, 9-8 HCAC)
2013-14 (19-9, 13-5 HCAC)
2012-13 (18-9, 14-4 HCAC)
2011-12 (16-9, 12-6 HCAC)
2010-11 (19-8, 14-4 HCAC)
2009-10 (15-10, 12-4 HCAC)
2008-09 (9-16, 6-10 HCAC)
2007-08 (13-13, 8-7 HCAC)
2006-07 (14-11, 9-7 HCAC)

Team Info

Coach: Jon Miller
Conference: HCAC

Hanover

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1004
Location: Hanover, IN
Colors: Red, Blue
Region: Midwest
Arena: John Collier Arena (2000)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

March 11, 2019 D3hoops.com 2019 men's All-Great Lakes Region team Cam Fails succeeds in becoming the Great Lakes Region player of the year.
March 1, 2019 Jostens Trophy finalists announced The Salem Rotary Club announced the 20 finalists for Division III's premier award recognizing excellence on and off the court. The men's and women's award winner will be introduced on Thursday, March 14.
February 16, 2019 Hanover claims third straight HCAC regular season title DEFIANCE, Ohio – With a 72-58 win at Defiance Saturday, the Hanover men's basketball team won its third consecutive Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season championship.
January 30, 2019 Second half surge sends Hanover past Rose-Hulman for eighth straight win HANOVER, Ind. – Despite a slow start offensively, the Hanover men's basketball team heated up in the second half to rally from a double-digit deficit in a 72-68 win over Rose-Hulman Wednesday evening.
January 26, 2019 Fast start sends Hanover to 78-55 win over Bluffton, top spot in HCAC HANOVER, Ind. – The Hanover men's basketball team scored on its opening six possessions and the starting unit combined for 70 points, as the Panthers cruised to a 78-55 triumph over Bluffton Saturday in a battle between two of the top three teams in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference standings.
January 23, 2019 Hanover wins sixth straight, sweeps regular season series with Transylvania LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Hanover men's basketball team extended its longest winning streak of the season to six games and stay tied atop the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference standings by defeating Transylvania on the road Wednesday, 76-66.