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Wesley College Giving Drass His Due

Demetrius Stevenson distinctly remembers hearing the voice of Wesley coach Mike Drass as it thundered across the field before practice during his time as a defensive tackle during the mid-1990s. “You don’t walk on my field!” Now that field will bear the veteran coach’s name when the Delaware school dedicates the playing surface of Scott D. Miller Stadium to the veteran coach before their game against Christopher Newport on Saturday. Mike Drass Field.

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Shade, Speidel Highlight NJAC Weekly Honors

The Wesley College football team began their New Jersey Athletic Conference era with a decisive 44-3 victory over Forstburg State University on Saturday, and on Sunday two players received the team's first NJAC honors. Bryce Shade was named NJAC Offensive Player of the Week and Eric Speidel was selected as NJAC Special Teams Player of the Week. Shade becomes the first Wolverine to earn an NJAC weekly honor after helping No. 5 Wesley open its season with a 44-3 conference road win at Frostburg...

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Graves-Brown Named Wolverine of the Week

After leading the Wesley College volleyball team to a 3-2 start to the season, Tionne Graves-Brown has been named Wolverine of the Week. The sophomore played with outstanding effort in the team's opening week and earned MVP honors at the Scranton Invitational. In five matches, Graves-Brown nearly averaged a double-double, registering 10.4 kills per match and 9.2 digs per match. If the sophomore were to continue her torrid pace throughout the entire season, she would demolish the former...

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Wesley's Drass Honored, Humbled by Field Name

Understandably, Mike Drass is a little embarrassed by the words. There’s not too many football coaches who go to work every day on a field named for them. But the veteran Wesley College football coach is also grateful to the people who honored him by naming the playing surface in Miller Stadium after him. The words ‘Drass Field’ were painted along both sidelines when a new artificial surface was installed a few months ago.

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Wolverines Recognized as IWLCA Academic Honor Squad

The Wesley College women's lacrosse team was honored by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) on Monday. The Wolverines were named as an IWLCA NCAA Division III Academic Honor Squad. As a team, the Wolverines compiled a 3.25 GPA for the spring semester, qualifying them for the award. The IWLCA honors all teams, across all institutions that earn a team GPA higher than a 3.0. Wesley was one of 128 teams at the NCAA Division III level to receive the distinction.

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Wesley College Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Class

Wesley College is proud to announce the Wesley College Athletics Hall of Fame class of 2015. The 10-member class is comprised of nine former student-athletes, including one from the institution’s junior college era, and one legendary coach. Wesley College will recognize the Class of 2015 as a part of the Wolverines’ Homecoming Weekend, October 16-18. Rob Frazier, Vandrick Hamlin, Anthony Johnson, Megan Marvel, Rick McCall, Amanda Neff, Virginia Roma, Dave Treiber, Michele Yost and Trevor Zimmer...

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Callahan Selected as D3football.com Preseason All-American

After a record-breaking campaign in 2014, quarterback Joe Callahan was selected as a D3football.com Preseason All-American. Callahan's selection marks the third Wolverine on the presitigous list in two seasons. The Wesley College football team posted a 12-2 record last season, with Callahan leading the Wolverine offense to 48.9 points per game. As a junior, he finished second in the nation in passing yards and passing touchdowns, throwing for 4,190 yards, a single-season program record, and 46...

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The Greatest Home-Field Record on Turf

As far as we know, Wesley College’s 73-4 home-field record at Scott D. Miller Stadium is the best performance ever on a FieldTurf football field. “We probably had the worst grass field in college football in 2003,” says Mike Drass, athletic director and head football coach at the Division III liberal-arts college in Dover, Del., acknowledging that weather conditions in that state can be difficult and unpredictable. “Since 2004, when we put FieldTurf in, we’ve had great success.” And how!...

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Wolverines Add Top-Tier Opponent to Schedule

The Wesley College football team has made a change to bolster their strength of schedule, adding North Central College (Ill.) to their 2015 slate. The Cardinals finished the 2014 season ranked 18th in the final American Football Coaches Association poll and 15th in the final D3Football.com poll. The Wolverines will travel to Naperville, Ill. on Sept. 26 to take on the Cardinals at Benedetti-Wehrli Stadium. The time for kickoff is to be determined later. This meeting marks the first time the...

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Wolverines Land 88 on CAC All-Academic Team

The Capital Athletic Conference announced that a record 1,355 student-athletes were named to the 2014-15 All-Academic Team, among them were 88 Wesley College student-athletes. Student-athletes in one or more CAC championship sports that attain a 3.20 grade point average for the academic year earn a spot on the All-Academic team. A record 44.7% (1,355 out of 3,030) of CAC student-athletes posted a 3.20 GPA this year.

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