Ten school-records were broken by seven different athletes as the Wesley College women's track & field team placed third of 20 schools at the season-opening Ursinus Bow-Tie Classic on Saturday. The Wolverines finished with 57 points, ranking just behind Rowan, who was seventh at NCAA Nationals last year, and Dickinson.
Wesley College's women's soccer team earned the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the 2012-13 academic year, it was announced by the organization late November.
Wesley College's Madison Leone has been named a Synapse Sports/WomensFieldHockey.com Second Team All-American. This is the second straight year she has received this honor.
Wesley College head men's basketball coach Jerry Kobasa has been named the DIII News/Schelde Coach of the Month for November 2013.
Wesley College's James Livingston has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week, it was announced by the league office on December 2.
After entering last week as the top vote-getter outside the top 25 and a pair of victories over No. 8 Hampden Sydney and CAC rival York (Pa.), Wesley College's men's basketball team entered the D3hoops.com Poll at No. 17, the Wolverines highest national ranking in program history.
Wesley College's 14th-ranked football team advanced to its fifth-straight NCAA Quarterfinal, defeating No. 24 Ithaca College, 23-15, on Saturday afternoon at Scott D. Miller Stadium. The Wolverines (10-2) have now won ten games five consecutive years while the Bombers' season ends at 9-3.
After advancing to its ninth-straight NCAA Second Round Playoff game with a thrilling 29-24 victory at No. 8 Johns Hopkins on Saturday, the 14th-ranked Wesley College football team will host No. 24 Ithaca College at 12 pm on Saturday, November 30.
A 33-yard touchdown pass from Joe Callahan to Steve Koudossou with 13 seconds left gave the 14th-ranked Wesley College football team a 29-24 win over No. 8 Johns Hopkins (10-1) in the First Round of the NCAA Playoffs on a cold & windy Saturday afternoon at Homewood Field. The Wolverines (9-2) advance to its ninth-straight NCAA Second Round where they will take on Ithaca College on Saturday, November 30.
On Friday, Nov. 15, the First Year Student Leadership Retreat commenced with a formal dinner and presentations from faculty members regarding leadership and what makes an effective leader. The retreat included a day trip on Saturday, Nov. 16 to Camp Pecometh in Centreville, MD. While at the camp the students learned about stress management and the influence they can have as leaders. The 63 freshmen who participated were pushed to work as a team in order to train, support, and encourage each...[more]