Wesley's Eman Amao has been named the CAC Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season. He played a large role in the Wolverines' victory over Mary Washington on October 25, tallying two assists and scoring the game-winning goal.
Wesley quarterback Joe Callahan currently ranks first among Division III quarterbacks with 31 touchdown passes so far this season. The junior threw for five scores in football's 75-12 win over Virginia University of Lynchburg on October 25 and has already surpassed his total from 2013 (29).
Several Wesley football players and coaches read to students at Fairview Elementary last week as part of the Jumpstart Read for the Record program. The book of choice was "Bunny Cakes," a comical story of sibling bonding and story shenanigans.
Wesley running back Ben Martin was named to the D3football.com Team of the Week following the game against Menlo on October 18. Martin scored three touchdowns and gained 194 yards on just five carries in the 70-2 blowout victory.
Wesley running back Ben Martin was featured in the Delaware State News following his impressive game against Menlo on October 18. Martin gained 194 yards and scored three touchdowns on just five carries in the team's 70-2 win.
Wesley kicker Eric Speidel was named the ECAC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against Menlo on October 18. He set a school record by going 10-10 on extra point attempts in the 70-2 victory.
Wesley College retired the numbers of two field hockey standouts, Middletown resident Brooke Tadlock and Dover resident Madison Leone. During their time at Wesley, the two student-athletes put together some of the most impressive careers in the program's history. Tadlock played for the Wolverines from 2007-10, amassing 53 goals and 17 assists in those seasons. She currently ranks fourth all-time in goals scored and tenth in career assists. Her 123 total points is the fourth-best mark...[more]
Delaware State Senator Colin Bonini '92 was able to arrange a tour of Stanford's Cardinal Stadium for the Wesley football team on Oct. 17, a day before the Wolverines' game against Menlo. Following that contest, Bonini also held a cookout for the team at a park in Atherton.
Wesley College's Nasia Denegal has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week, it was announced by the league office on September 20. This is the first time that Denegal has received a weekly honor in her collegiate career.
Wesley College’s music department dazzled a packed house of guests at Wesley Chapel last year with the opera “Suor Angelica.” This weekend will see an encore of that production but, this time around, the department will be taking the show on the road for two performances at Epworth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth Beach. Opening night is Oct. 24 with a finale on Oct. 26.