CCIW

AcronymDefinition
CCIWCollege Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin
CCIWCanada Centre for Inland Waters (International Aquatic Research Centre; Burlington, Ontario)
CCIWChristian Church in Illinois and Wisconsin
CCIWComputational Color Imaging Workshop
CCIWCommercial Crime Investigation Wing (India)
CCIWChristian Camps in Wales (UK)
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Elmhurst freshman second baseman Mia Tran (York) also made first-team CCIW after leading the Bluejays with a .398 average and .492 slugging.
North Central College sophomore Charlie Klemm (Hinsdale South) was named CCIW pitcher of the year.
All samples were stored at 4 [degrees] C after collection prior to shipment to CCIW. Details of water analysis for Hg using atomic fluorescence spectroscopy (AFS) are from Gantner et al.
The Thunder made it to the CCIW championship game this season.
I've enjoyed leading the CCIW flag for 17 years," said Martin, an Aurora resident forced to step down due to hearing loss, a genetic condition.
Millikin University will be the only school in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) with an on-campus baseball-only facility with a full turf field and a clubhouse.
She jumped 11.57 meters (37-11 1/2) in the triple jump, which currently ranks first in the CCIW and fourth on the Division III national list.
In addition, the CCIW will add Loras College of Iowa and Greenville University in Illinois as associate members in men's volleyball.
Her scoring output against the Beavers is tied for the 22nd-highest point total in NCAA Division III this season and the highest single-game scoring total by a CCIW player this year.
A three-time CCIW first-team pick, Rutter twice passed for 5 touchdowns this season, and his 35 completions against Washington University (St.
Fellow senior Nolan McKenna (Wheaton Warrenville South) placed 68th and finished fourth in the CCIW meet -- where Wheaton College sophomore Jonah Jones (Wheaton Academy) took 10th.