• Team of the Week
    February 13, 2017
    D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll returns for its 20th season honoring the best players at each position for the past week. It's the D3hoops.com Team of the Week, presented by Scoutware.
  • Friday women: Bishops bust a bubble
    February 27, 2015
    Ohio Wesleyan stunned DePauw in the NCAC semifinals, dashing someone's hopes for an at-large bid. Baruch finished its sweep through the CUNYAC and UW-Oshkosh blasted UW-Eau Claire in the WIAC semis. Get the women's wrap here.
  • Ohio Wesleyan Upsets DePauw in NCAC Semifinal
    February 27, 2015
    Sophomore post Taylor Dickson and junior post Emily Julius combined for 29 second-half points to lead Ohio Wesleyan to a win over seventh-ranked DePauw in a semifinal contest of the North Coast Athletic Conference tournament on Friday in Greencastle, Ind.
  • Julius Sparks Ohio Wesleyan Past Oberlin
    February 24, 2015
    The junior post scored a career-high 24 points to lead the Bishops over Oberlin on Tuesday.
  • Hoopsville On Demand: Bubble watch
    February 23, 2014
    Just a week left in the regular season means plenty of teams are fighting for a postseason berth. Dave McHugh talked to Emory, Lyndon State, and MSOE men's programs along with Baruch, Ohio Wesleyan, No. 21 Rhodes, UW-Stevens Point, and Wheaton (Mass.) women's programs. Watch it On Demand!
  • Women's wrap: DePauw's 58-win streak ends
    February 22, 2014
    Four teams finished perfect regular seasons, but not DePauw. Ohio Wesleyan handed the Tigers their first loss in nearly 24 months and head into the NCAC tournament on a high note. More in Saturday's women's wrapup.
  • Ohio Wesleyan Upends Top-Ranked DePauw
    February 22, 2014
    Freshman post Taylor Dickson scored with :17 to play to give Ohio Wesleyan the lead, and the Battling Bishops held on to upset top-ranked DePauw in North Coast Athletic Conference action on Saturday at Branch Rickey Arena.
  • OWU coach leaves to take AD job
    April 19, 2011
    Nan Carney-DeBord, who led Ohio Wesleyan to the 2001 Final Four among her 400-plus career wins, is leaving coaching to become athletic director at NCAC rival Denison.