For the second-straight week, the 25th-ranked Wesley College men's track & field team swept the Capital Athletic Conference weekly awards as sophomores DaJahn Lowery and Patrick Schlosser were named the Track & Field Athletes of the Week, it was announced on April 28. Lowery started off his week at the Penn Relays where he led the 4x200m Relay to a school-record 1:26.69, taking 12th of 44 squads and defeating several major Division I schools in the process. The following day, Lowery won both...
Pat Schlosser had been through concussions before. But, for whatever reason, the concussion he suffered in Wesley College’s preseason football camp last August affected him much more deeply. “After those concussions in high school, I was able to get back to myself fairly quickly,” said the 6-foot, 180-pound sophomore wide receiver. “This one had kind of a deep impact emotionally. I went through some rough spells emotionally. “I was really in a rut for a while and I couldn’t really get out of...
Wesley College's softball team closed out its historic regular season with a doubleheader sweep of Juniata College on April 26 at DuPont Softball Field. Blanking the Eagles, 4-0, in the opener, before taking game two, 3-1, the Wolverines now stand at 23-12 overall and will await the selections for the ECAC Tournament on May 4. Lindsay Siok (10-9) tossed six scoreless innings, allowing just four hits while striking out five in game one before Destiny Davis closed the door on Juniata in the...
Elizsha Streeter win the 400m Dash in a school-record 57.39 to lead the Wesley College women's track & field team to a 4th place finish at the Delaware Classic at Grant Stadium on April 25. A sophomore from Hagerstown, Md., Streeter broke her own school-record in the 400m by 17-hundredths of a second. Streeter, who is tops in the CAC in the 400m Dash, also took third in the 200m dash in 26.02 despite a brutal headwind. Finishing just behind Streeter in both races was classmate Angel Hall, who...
The 4x200m Relay for the No. 25 Wesley College men's track & field team finished 12th of 44 squads and tops among non Division I schools at the historic Penn Relays at Franklin Field on April 24. The Wolverines took third in their heat in a school-record 1:26.69, falling just 1.4 seconds behind Texas and just over a second behind Boston University. Making up the record-breaking relay that defeated teams including Delaware State, Pittsburgh, Maryland, Delaware and Missouri, was DaJahn Lowery,...
Wesley College women's soccer head coach Ed Muntz announced on Friday afternoon that rising junior Kristen Griffith has been named the Wolverines Most Outstanding Spring Player. "Each year, the players vote for the Most Outstanding Spring Player, and I could not be more excited to announce that this year's recipient is Kristen Griffith," said Muntz. "Kristen's commitment to work on her play, and desire to be an outstanding leader, is everything we look for in student athlete".
Wesley College first lady Susan S. Johnston generously donated $4,024, the proceeds from her final show at Parke Green Galleries in Dover, titled “Shared Spaces," to the College “Many alumni, including Anne (Pittinger) ’62 and Lew Buckler and Carolyn (Case) ’62 and Angelo Nicolai, traveled from other states to purchase some of my artwork and support the College,” said Johnston. “I was really pleased with the interest and support.”
Johnston’s work is mostly in watercolor and features everything...[more]
Wesley College's Psi Chi International Honor Society held an induction ceremony to welcome its new members on April 23. The purpose of the organization is to encourage, stimulate and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all academic fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
Twelve students, Cara Baldridge, Rose Bondoe, Samantha Corbett, Jaimie DeJaynes, Beverly Joy Gordy-Stith, Courtney Gross, Molly Johnson, Chelsea Marriner,...[more]
Wesley College head men's soccer coach Steve Clark announced on Wednesday afternoon that Zach Gaudlip has been named the 2015 Most Outstanding Spring Player. A rising junior midfielder from Lewes, Del., Gaudlip has been very consistent this offseason to work on his game, fitness and academics. This past season, Gaudlip saw playing time in seven games and attempted a pair of shot attempts and he has tallied one goal in 12 career games as a Wolverine.
Competing in his second decathlon on just two days' rest, Wesley College's Patrick Schlosser is in third place in the event after the first day of the historic Penn Relays at Franklin Field. Cornell's Austin Jamerson leads with 3,728 points, followed by Vinny Biunno of Franklin Pierce (3,508), Schlosser (3,383), David Karabinos of Cornell (3,240) and Penn's Sean Collins (3,018).
A native of Montgomery Village, Md., Schlosser was victorious in the 100m Dash (11.02), shot put (38-11.50") and...