You can stay on top of North Central College athletics right here on NCTV17. Hosted by Zach Groth, "The Red Zone" focuses on the NCC football team, previewing upcoming games while breaking down previous contests. “The Cardinal Report” takes viewers through highlights and analysis of other NCC sports from golf to tennis to track. Both programs include highlights, profiles, and interviews with key players as well as the coaching staff. Learn more about NCC Athletics.
The Red Zone
North Central earned a convincing victory in its home opener against the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, beating the Pioneers 28-7. Head coach John Thorne, running back Ryan Kent, and linebacker Michael Monterrubio join the show to talk about the Cardinals 2-0 start.
The Cardinals start the season off with a decisive 51-17 victory at St. Norbert. Head coach John Thorne, wide receiver Peter Sorenson, and linebacker Nick Samuelson discuss the upcoming home opener against #7 Wisconsin-Platteville.
A touchdown on Mount Union's final drive gives the Purple Raiders a narrow 41-40 playoff victory over North Central. Head coach John Thorne, quarterback Spencer Stanek and safety Shane Dierking reflect on the most successful season in school history.
The Cardinal Report
The spring athletics season comes to a close after fine showings from both the men's and women's outdoor track and field teams at Division III Nationals. The two teams combine for 12 All-America certificates in Delaware, Ohio. Both squads join us to break down the action.
After a historic season, the North Central football team is back on the field for spring practices. Head coach John Thorne lets us in on the team's quest for a ninth straight CCIW crown. NCC SID Clark Teuscher also updates us on softball, baseball and men's volleyball.
Softball wins a regional for the first time since 2001 and now prepares for Division III's first-ever super regional round. The team previews the best-of-three series against St. Thomas (Minnesota). Lacrosse recaps another successful campaign, as well.