Coming Out Swinging: Tennis Makes History En Route to NCAA Play

May 7, 2019, by Annie Roach, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The fourth-ranked Wesleyan women’s tennis team finished its regular season with two brilliant wins, further solidifying this season’s success. Last weekend, the team competed in the NESCAC Championships at Middlebury. Wesleyan was the second seed and managed to top both No. 14 Bowdoin and the first-seeded Panthers to claim the NESCAC Championship for the first […]

Baseball Battles Game-Packed Week to Mixed Results

May 7, 2019, by John Vernaglia, Staff Writer . Leave a Comment

Cardinal baseball fought through another tough week, going 3-3. The team once again dominated in non-conference play early, but struggled to finish strong against tough NESCAC opponents. On Tuesday, April 30, Wesleyan started off the week with a matchup against Saint Joseph’s College. After falling behind by two runs in the first inning, the Cardinals […]

Track and Field Makes Individual Strides at New England Championships

May 7, 2019, by Drew Kushnir, Assistant Sports Editor . Leave a Comment

While other students were getting ready for their various formals and end-of-year events last weekend, Wesleyan’s track and field teams were donning their uniforms for competition. The racing, jumping, and throwing Cardinals traveled to compete at the New England Division III Championships in Williamstown, MA. 34 women’s teams and 31 men’s teams from across the Northeast competed […]

Rowing for Gold: Men’s Crew Wins New England Championships

May 7, 2019, by Hannah Berman, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

With spring drawing to a close, Wesleyan crew has been working devilishly to end their seasons on a high note. On Sunday, April 28, men’s crew competed in the Norm Graf Cup against Trinity, Conn. College, College of the Holy Cross, and Saint Joseph’s University. The V8 and 2V8 boats were not victorious, each taking third […]

Vicious Victory: Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Heads to Nationals

May 7, 2019, by Emmy Hughes, News Editor. Leave a Comment

The women’s Ultimate Frisbee team, Vicious Circles, is heading to the DIII National Competition in Bryan College-Station, Texas, on May 18 and 19. This is the fourth year in a row the team will be attending nationals, but this year in particular was an unpredictable one, given that 13 players, including more than seven members […]

History-Maker: Abby Horst ’19 and Women’s Lacrosse’s Journey to Perennial Success

May 6, 2019, by Zoë Kaplan, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Abby Horst ’19 wanted to study business in undergrad. She dreamed of going to college near a big city and playing a sport; she considered hockey and cross country. Instead, she landed at Wesleyan, where she will graduate this month as an economics and environmental studies double major. She will also graduate as a four-year […]

Men’s Lax Conquers Conn. College, Falls in Postseason Play

May 3, 2019, by David Gottlieb, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The men’s lacrosse team’s push for another NESCAC and Division III crown came to a sudden halt last Saturday. The second-seeded Cards were upset by seventh-seeded Middlebury at home in the quarterfinals of the NESCAC Tournament. The Cards had capped off their regular season with a tight win over Connecticut College. They narrowly edged out their […]

Softball Slides to Season Close

May 3, 2019, by Zoë Kaplan, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Softball’s season started off with sunny match-ups in Florida, yet has recently ended in chills as the team fell to last in the NESCAC West. The team finished off their regular season—their entire season, since they will not advance—last weekend with three games against Williams. The Ephs vs. Cardinals action started with two home match-ups […]

Golf Wraps up Season With Williams Invitational, Women’s Team to Play in Fall

May 3, 2019, by Emilio Weber, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

As Wesleyan warms up for springtime and the year winds to an end, our Cardinal golf team has been busy wrapping up their season. With two tournaments this past week, the men’s contingent of the co-ed team has wrapped up competitive play. The women’s portion of the team is gearing up for their last tournament […]

Drew’s Draft Day Musings

May 3, 2019, by Drew Kushnir, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

The 2019 NFL Draft was held last Thursday through Saturday in Nashville, TN, and like a true champion I watched every. single. pick. in rounds one, two, and three. As such, I can’t think of a single person more qualified to rattle off takes on what happened at the draft, so I’ll be running through […]

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