Wesley College junior mathematics major Riza Bautista and senior biological chemistry major Dionne Williams have both received an undergraduate tuition award of $3,000 from the NASA Delaware Space Grant College Program (DESGC). This program annually grants awards to highly qualified students studying at a DESGC Consortium institution in the areas of science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and geography.
Recipients of the award have excelled in their STEM field of study, are...[more]
Wesley College President Dr. William and Susan Johnston donated funds to create a matching mileage sign for international locations. The original signpost showcases the proximity to major cities and beaches to Wesley and the international sign demonstrates the distance between campus and several other countries.
“This is a wonderful reminder to our students that overseas travel is possible and it helps our international students feel a greater connection to their home countries,”...[more]
Wesley College's men's track & field team took third overall at the Capital Athletic Conference Championships hosted by York (Pa.) at Graham Field. The Wolverines recorded a program-best 100 points over the two-day meet. De'Vaughn Trader and Dominic McAnulty both broke school-record while winning individual events on the day. Trader set a meet record in the long jump, traveling 23' 6.0" which ranks in the top 20 nationally while McAnulty broke his own record in the 400m dash, clocking a...
Led by sophomore Elizsha Streeter and three school-records on May 3, the Wesley College women's track & field team finished fourth at the Capital Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Graham Field. The Wolverines tallied 107.50 points which is a program-record for the Navy & White at the conference championships. Streeter opened her day with a leg on the winning 4x100m Relay which finished in 48.66. Streeter was joined by sophomores Kameko Webb and Angel Hall, along with...
Wesley College's Sam Seibert has been named to the Capital Athletic Conference Men's Lacrosse All-CAC Team, it was announced by the league office on Friday afternoon. This is the first time that Seibert has received All-Conference honors and he is the first Wolverines to earn the honor since 2013. A junior from New Castle, Del., Seibert was one of Wesley's top all-around players, leading the Wolverines with 28 goals along with seven assists for 35 points. Seibert's goal and points total were...
Wesley College has announced that Dr. Richard Ekman, president of the Council of Independent Colleges, will be the speaker at the 2015 Commencement ceremony on May 9. Ekman has served in his position since 2000, and is a member of several boards, including the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute, the National Humanities Alliance and the Overseers' Committee to Visit the Harvard University Library.
Ekman has worked in a variety of roles in the higher education field. His previous experience...[more]
Football's Joe Callahan and Elizsha Streeter of the women's track & field team have been named the Wesley College Male and Female Athletes of the Year, it was announced at the Wolverines' annual All-Athletics Awards Ceremony on Tuesday evening at the Wesley College Chapel. A junior quarterback from Absecon, N.J., Callahan led Wesley to its tenth-straight NCAA Playoff and sixth National Semifinal during that stretch. Callahan was one of four finalists for the Gagliardi Trophy, which goes to the...
Over 80 boys and girls from ages 4-to-14 attended the Sixth Annual Wesley College Soccer Free Youth Clinic on Friday, April 24, at Scott D. Miller Stadium. Members of the Wesley Men's and Women's soccer programs assisted the youth players in various skills and games throughout the evening. Since 2009, both programs have worked with over 800 youth players from the surrounding communities.
"There were a lot of smiles out there from both our own student-athletes, and the young players...
For the third time this year and first during the outdoor season, Wesley College's Elizsha Streeter has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Track Athlete of the Week, it was announced by the league office on April 28. A native of Hagerstown, Md., Streeter won the 400m Dash at the Delaware Classic, breaking her own school-record with a time of 57.39. Her mark in the 400m Dash is tops in the CAC and ranks 36th nationally. Later in the day, Streeter also took third in the 200m...
For the second-straight week, the 25th-ranked Wesley College men's track & field team swept the Capital Athletic Conference weekly awards as sophomores DaJahn Lowery and Patrick Schlosser were named the Track & Field Athletes of the Week, it was announced on April 28. Lowery started off his week at the Penn Relays where he led the 4x200m Relay to a school-record 1:26.69, taking 12th of 44 squads and defeating several major Division I schools in the process. The following day, Lowery won both...