College matching platform, College Raptor Inc., has named Wesley College the best hidden gem institution in the state of Delaware. Hidden gems are defined as high-caliber colleges and universities which receive fewer than 5,000 applicants per year but have a total enrollment of greater than 1,000. The top hidden gem in each state was determined by analyzing colleges based on their enrollment and application data submitted to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System...[more]
Wesley College’s Health Sciences Building, home to the College’s health care programs including the nursing department, was renamed “William and Susan Johnston Hall” during an unveiling ceremony on May 9. The new namesakes are Wesley President Dr. William N. Johnston and his wife Susan, both of whom have been instrumental in advancing the College’s profile statewide. Dr. Johnston is retiring from his position in July following seven years of service to Wesley and a 42 year career in higher...[more]
For the second-straight season, the Wesley College 4x100m Relay earned All-America honors, recording an eighth place finish at the NCAA Championships on Saturday afternoon. The team of freshman Greg Taylor, sophomores, DaJahn Lowery and Dominic McAnulty, as well as senior Matt Bundy clocked a time of 41.15. Patrick Schlosser also took 19th in the decathlon (5,384) and Bundy placed 13th in the 110m hurdles (14.82) on Friday. That same day, Lowery finished 10th in the 100m dash (10.95), just...
Wesley College's men's track & field relay teams and four individuals have qualified for the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships on May 21-23 in Canton, N.Y., it was announced by the NCAA on Sunday afternoon. The 4x100m and 4x400m Relays are both seeded seventh going into the national Championship in times of 41.12 and 3:13.48, respectively. Sophomore Patrick Schlosser (Montgomery Village, Md.) plays a key role in both relays while classmates DaJahn Lowery (Suitland, Md.) and...
Wesley College's Patrick Schlosser won the decathlon at the 2015 ECAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships with a school-record 6,428 points on Thursday-Friday. Schlosser's point total ranks him ninth in NCAA Division III and qualifies him for next week's NCAA Championships on May 21-23 in Canton, N.Y. A sophomore from Montgomery Village, Md. Schlosser won the 100m Dash (11.03), shot put (39' 5") and 400m Dash (49.61) the first day and the discus (140' 8") on day two. Schlosser also set a...
The Wesley College Department of Nursing held their annual Bachelor of Science in Nursing Pinning Ceremony on Friday May 8, 2015 at the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover. During the ceremony 26 students received BSN pins to symbolize completion of their formal nursing program. The BSN pin is fashioned after the Wesley College crest and contains four symbols. Scalloped shells represent an individual continually seeking new life meanings and opportunities. The Christian cross represents the...[more]
Highlighted by Dominic McAnulty and De'Vaughn Trader, seven Wesley College men's track & field athletes earned All-Capital Athletic Conference honors, it was announced by the league office on May 11. McAnulty and Trader were the lone Wolverines to receive First Team honors with McAnulty, a sophomore from Rising Sun, Md., earning the award in the 400m Dash, while Trader, a Delmar, Del., product, took home the honor in the long jump. McAnulty also earned Second Team honors in both the triple...
Wesley College sophomore Elizsha Streeter keeps adding hardware to her collection as she was named the 2015 Capital Athletic Conference Women's Outdoor Track & Field Co-Athlete of the Year on May 12 by the league office. Streeter, who shares the award with Christopher Newport's Enuma Ezenwa, had previously been named the 2013-14 CAC Indoor Rookie of the Year and the 2014-15 CAC Indoor Athlete of the Year. A sprinter from Hagerstown, Md., Streeter won both the 200m and 400m Dash at the...
Wesley College's Matt Domian was named to the All-Capital Athletic Conference Baseball Team, it was announced by the league office on Monday morning. A Second team selection, this is the first time that Domian is receiving All-Conference honors. A senior catcher from Wilmington, Del., Domian led the Wolverines with a .373 batting average and 26 RBIs. Domian performed even better in CAC games, hitting .397 with 18 runs batted in. While having a career year at the plate, Domian also commanded...
Jasbir Deol, a biological chemistry major at Wesley College, received the 2015 American Chemical Society (ACS) Undergraduate Student Award in Environmental Chemistry during the College’s commencement ceremony on May 9. The award is given annually to full-time students enrolled in a chemistry, environmental engineering or related program who have completed at least one full year of study at their school by the date of the award announcement. Honorees are granted a one-year membership to the...[more]