May 15, 2012
For Immediate Release
Fort Wayne, Ind. – Indiana Tech finished in second place for the 2011-12 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) All-Sports Trophy behind Davenport University for the second straight year.
The Warriors topped their point total from 2010-11, accumulating 54.5 points during the athletic year. That amount equaled Davenport’s winning point total from a year ago, but was 6.5 points behind the Panthers this year.
Tech captured four WHAC titles in 2011-12, matching the amount won a year ago. The Warriors claimed three championships on the women’s side in volleyball, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. The baseball team won the lone championship on the men’s side.
The conference uses the highest regular-season finish in eight conference sports (four women and four men) for each school to determine the All-Sports winner. The number of schools participating in each sport determines the amount of points awarded. A sport with all 10 schools participating gives 10 points to first place, nine points to second place, and so on. A tie results in adding the total points for the tied spots together and dividing by the number of teams tied, with the teams sharing the points.
2011-12 All-Sports Trophy Final Standings
1. Davenport 61
2. Indiana Tech 54.5
3. Madonna 54
T4. Aquinas 53
T4. Cornerstone 53
6. Siena Heights 49
7. UNOH 35.5
8. Concordia 26
9. Lourdes 12.5
10. Michigan-Dearborn 11.5
To see the official WHAC release visit http://www.whac.net/article/2228.php
For more information on Indiana Tech athletics please call the Athletic Office at 260-422-5561 ext. 2262 or visit our website at http://www.indianatech.edu/athletics