New York Times: ‘Ohio Wesleyan Celebrates After a Week When All Seemed Lost’

Coach Jay Martin and the Battling Bishop men's soccer team celebrate winning the NCAA Division III national championship. (Photo by John Albright)

From Sunday’s New York Times:

Ohio Wesleyan beat Calvin, 2-1, on Saturday night in San Antonio to win the N.C.A.A. Division III national championship. The title was the second for Ohio Wesleyan and its coach, Jay Martin, who earned his 608th career victory in the final. That set a record for the most wins by any coach at any level in college men’s soccer.

But the championship, and the milestone, don’t begin to tell the story of the Battling Bishops’ week in Texas.

Read the full New York Times article.

 

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