Fall break begins this weekend, but there is no break in the action for Heidelberg’s student-athletes.
Five teams are in the thick of the OAC competition and one team will face nationally ranked non-conference competition.
In addition to the teams in season, wrestling, indoor track and field, and the basketball programs have started their preseason workouts.
Here are all of the notes and links you need to keep up with your Student Princes.
Men's & Women's Cross Country - Off
The runners have a weekend off before heading down to Wilmington next Saturday for the OAC Championships.
Football (6-0, 5-0 OAC) – October 20
In the battle of unbeaten teams, Heidelberg defeated Otterbein 21-0. While Mount Union looms in Week 8, the #19 Student Princes won’t look past a dangerous Muskingum team. If you look into the Fighting Muskies’ 1-5 record, you’ll see that they have played the toughest schedule in the OAC thus far.
Video from all of the home games is streamed online.
Full Schedule & Results | Season Stats | Roster | Game Notes | Week Six Highlights | vs. MUSK: Live Video Live Stats
Men's Soccer (8-6-1, 3-2-1) - October 20 and 24
The men’s soccer team split a pair of matches last week, as they defeated Otterbein and lost to Ohio Northern. Two more OAC matches are on the horizon, at Muskingum and at John Carroll.
Women's Soccer (2-11-1, 1-5) - October 20 and 24
Battling many injuries at key positions, the women's soccer team lost both OAC matches last week. The team will look to bounce back with two road contests, at Muskingum and at John Carroll.
Volleyball (16-8, 4-3 OAC) – October 19-20 and 26
The volleyball team dropped a pair of heartbreaking five-set matches to two of the top teams in the Ohio Athletic Conference. The ladies will pack up the bus and head east to the Wid Guisler Invitational, hosted by Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania.
On Wednesday, the three seniors - Marian Bevington, Rachel Ferguson and Jacki Street – will play their final home match for Heidelberg. The match against John Carroll starts at 7 p.m.