After losing two starters due to knee injuries, the women’s basketball team struggled to find consistency this season. However, the V-Hawks had some individual highlights as seniors Anne Wilson (first team all-conference) and Alyssa Kammel (honorable mention all-conference) each received MCC honors. Wilson was also named to the NAIA Division II All-America Honorable Mention Team. As a team, the V-Hawks finished 9–22 overall and 3–11 in MCC play.
After starting the season out slowly, the V-Hawk men’s basketball team won 10 of their final 12 games to finish in second place in the MCC. Three V-Hawks were named first team all-conference: Jeremy Fradette, Kyle Hines, and Greg Kumlien. Viterbo’s Wayne Wagner was named MCC Coach of the Year. Justin Kirking was also honored as he was named a NAIA All-America Scholar Athlete. The V-Hawks finished the season 15–16 overall and 10–4 in conference play.
The V-Hawk baseball team and new coach Chad Miller started the season with a 14-day trip to Kentucky and Florida. Miller is the first V-Hawk baseball coach to have graduated from Viterbo. The first year was a struggle as the V-Hawks finished 12–37–1 overall and 4–23 in conference play.
The V-Hawk softball team had a roller coaster of a season as they finished 21–24 overall and 12–10 in conference. Three V-Hawk players received first team all-conference honors including Alicia Hynek, Jenny Oberhart, and Jen Pintz. Hynek also broke the all-time home run record this season as she now has 13 homeruns in just two seasons.