Wesley tight end Kyle George was named the Wolverine of the Week on September 29. In football's win over Southern Virginia, he had seven catches for 141 yards and two touchdowns. He was also named to the D3football.com Team of the Week.
James H. Gilliam Sr., a World War II veteran and former member of Wesley College's board of trustees, recently had the medals he earned while serving as a Buffalo Soldier returned to him.
Wesley College Joe Callahan has been named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week, it was announced by the league office on Sept. 23. This is the second time this season that Callahan has been named the ECAC Player of the Week.
Will Mileski had a hand in each Wesley College goal to lead the Wolverines men's soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Cairn University on Sept. 24 at Scott D. Miller Stadium, scoring once and assisting on two.
Wesley Professor of Political Science Dr. Tony Armstrong gave a presentation at TEDx Wilmington, where he discussed how he tries to make a difference in students' lives by leading them down the path of happiness.
Morgan Warrington of the women's soccer team has been named the Wolverine of the Week after leading Wesley College to a perfect 3-0 record the week of Sept. 14-20. Warrington tallied a goal, five assists and a pair of saves in last week's victories.
More than 50 Wesley College field hockey players, alumni and friends came together on Saturday afternoon at the DuPont Athletic Field on campus to celebrate head coach Tracey Short's 20th season as head coach of the Wolverines field hockey program.
Arriving at Wesley in 1995 after a star-studded playing career at Salisbury University, Short has led Wesley to three NCAA Tournaments and received five Coach of the Year Awards, including the Regional Coach of the Year Award in 1997 when she led...
Field hockey's Lauren Mears has been named the Wolverine of the Week, it was announced on Sept. 15. She recorded a hat trick in Wesley's 5-4 overtime victory over Richard Stockton on Sept. 13.
Wesley College's Eman Amao was named the Capital Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week, it was announced by the league office on Sept. 15. This is the first weekly honor that Amao has received in his collegiate career.
Wesley's football team is now ranked fourth in the D3football.com polls following their win against Thomas More. They entered the game ranked fifth in the nation and moved up one spot after earning a 35-20 victory in Week 1.