Simply put, this week is key for Heidelberg Athletics.
Two teams will start their postseason tournaments, two teams will race in the conference meet and one team faces the top team in the nation.
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At next week's football game, Heidelberg will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 1972 football team's victory in the Stagg Bowl. The game will also be the 1,000th game in the history of Heidelberg football.
Men's & Women's Cross Country - October 27
The runners head to Wilmington on Saturday for the OAC Championships.
Football (7-0, 6-0 OAC) – October 27
On a windy Saturday afternoon, Heidelberg pushed past Muskingum 28-14 to remain unbeaten. This week lies the biggest test of the season: #1 Mount Union. The game in Alliance will feature two of the nation's top offenses and defenses. Heidelberg is ranked #14 by the AFCA and #17 by D3football.com.
If you wish to attend the game, please be aware that gates open at noon. If you reserved your ticket earlier this week, you can pick it up at will call. If you did not reserve a ticket, you can still attend the game because no one will be turned away at the gate.
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Men's Soccer (9-6-2, 4-2-2) - October 27
The men's soccer team will host Mt. Union on Saturday. Currently sitting in 4th place, the team will look to secure a home playoff contest with a win in the regular season finale.
Women's Soccer (3-12-1, 2-6) - October 27
The women's soccer team will conclude their season on Saturday as they host Mount Union.
Volleyball (17-11, 5-3 OAC) – October 27 and 28
On Senior Night, Heidelberg swept John Carroll to improve to 5-3 in the OAC. Jacki Street became the 8th Heidelberg player to join the 1,000 kill club. This week, the team travels to Mount Union for the final conference match before the tournament. On Saturday, the team will remain in Alliance to play non-conference matches with Carnegie Mellon and DePauw.