Friday, March 28, 2014

Championships? We Got Championships!

Championships? We Got Championships!

By Kate Hoshimiya
The Daily Magi
July 1, 2067

Canada is officially 200 years old, and not only is Mitakihara University celebrating 200 years of Canadian Confederation...they are celebrating a record national championship heist. Mitakihara University has won 42 national championships this year, including their first-ever cross country national championships since starting the program last season. The most successful programs, historically, have been the football and women's volleyball teams.

Baseball
2067 West Coast Conference Champions (20th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (20th)

Men's Basketball
2066-67 West Coast Conference Champions (30th)
2066-67 NCAA Division I National Champions (30th)

Women's Basketball
2066-67 West Coast Conference Champions (30th)
2066-67 NCAA Division I National Champions (30th)

Men's Cross-Country
2066 West Coast Conference Champions (1st)
2066 NCAA Division I National Champions (1st)

Women's Cross-Country
2066 West Coast Conference Champions (1st)
2066 NCAA Division I National Champions (1st)

Men's Fencing
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (25th)

Women's Fencing
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (27th)

Field Hockey
2066 NorPac Field Hockey Conference Champions (35th)
2066 NCAA Division I National Champions (35th)

Football
2066 BCS National Champions (57th)

Men's Golf
2067 West Coast Conference Champions (15th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (20th)

Women's Golf
2067 West Coast Conference Champions (20th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (23rd)

Men's Handball
2066-67 USHA Division I National Champions (10th)

Women's Handball
2066-67 USHA Division I National Champions (5th)

Men's Ice hockey
2067 WCHA Champions (40th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (45th)

Women's Ice hockey
2067 WCHA Champions (45th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (50th)

Men's Lacrosse
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (15th)

Women's Lacrosse
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (10th)

Men's Rowing
2067 Pac-12 Conference Champions (25th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (25th)

Women's Rowing
2067 Pac-12 Conference Champions (30th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (30th)

Men's Sailing
2066-67 ICSA National Champions (12th)

Women's Sailing
2066-67 ICSA National Champions (10th)

Men's Skiing
2066-67 NCAA National Champions (30th)

Women's Skiing
2066-67 NCAA National Champions (30th)

Men's Soccer
2066 MPSF Champions (40th)
2066 NCAA Division I National Champions (40th)

Women's Soccer
2066 West Coast Conference Champions (35th)
2066 NCAA Division I National Champions (38th)

Sand volleyball
2067 AVCA National Champions (30th)

Softball
2067 West Coast Conference Champions (30th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (30th)

Men's Squash
2067 National Champions (10th)

Women's Squash
2067 National Champions (6th)

Men's Swimming and diving
2066-67 MPSF Champions (20th)
2066-67 NCAA Division I National Champions (15th)

Women's Swimming and diving
2066-67 MPSF Champions (20th)
2066-67 NCAA Division I National Champions (15th)

Men's Tennis
2067 West Coast Conference Champions (23rd)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (15th)

Women's Tennis
2067 West Coast Conference Champions (27th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (18th)

Men's Indoor Track and field
2067 MPSF Champions (10th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (5th)

Women's Indoor Track and field
2067 MPSF Champions (11th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (8th)

Men's Volleyball
2067 MPSF Champions (30th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (40th)

Women's Volleyball
2067 West Coast Conference Champions (50th)
2067 NCAA Division I National Champions (55th)

Men's Water Polo
2066 MPSF Champions (26th)
2066 NCAA Division I National Champions (23rd)

Women's Water Polo
2067 MPSF Champions (30th)
2066 NCAA Division I National Champions (30rd)

Men's Wrestling
2066-67 Big Ten Champions (15th)
2066-67 NCAA Division I National Champions (20th)

Women's Wrestling
2066-67 Big Ten Champions (3rd)
2066-67 NCAA Division I National Champions (3rd)

In addition, the men's and women's rugby teams won their 15th and third straight National University Rugby Sevens Championships, respectively, defeating the Victoria Vikes 35-5 and 25-10, also respectively. All in all, this was a landmark year for Mitakihara University Athletics, something that won't be seen for a very long time. The Prophecy of the Supersonic Salvation has indeed been fulfilled.

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