Women’s Track and Field Races to Strong Postseason Finishes at NESCAC and New England Championships

May 9, 2023, by Jem Shin, Erin Byerly, Executive Editor & Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

The women’s track-and-field team has had an incredible showing in the postseason, earning the highest team finish at the NESCAC Championships since 2003 and the best team finish at the Division III New England Championships since 1995. Setting multiple school records along the way, the Cardinals are on track to close out the year with […]

Vicious Circles A-Team Advances to Nationals for the First Time in Four Years

May 9, 2023, by Oliver Cope, Executive Editor. Leave a Comment

After going undefeated at the D-III Women Metro East Regionals, the A-team for Vicious Circles (Vish), Wesleyan’s non-cis male Ultimate Frisbee team, has clinched a coveted spot at this year’s D-III Ultimate National Tournament. The tournament will be held in Obetz, Ohio from Saturday, May 20 until Monday, May 22, and will feature 16 teams from across the country […]

Striding Through the Spring Season: Men’s Track and Field Talks Values, Culture, and Cheesy Eggs

May 8, 2023, by Oluchi Chukwuemeka, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

The men’s track and field team placed 9th out of 20 teams in the Tufts Snowflake Classic on Saturday, April 1, following an impressive amount of notable finishes. Kyle Roshankish ’24 and Jonah Rosenthal ’25 both finished ninth in their respective sprinting events. Roshankish ran a 22.75 seconds in the 200 meter while Rosenthal ran […]

A Reflection on Learning to Care About Hockey

May 8, 2023, by Oscar Kim Bauman, Executive Editor. Leave a Comment

I’ve never really been one for sports. That’s not much of a surprise. You might be able to guess that from the fact that this article, appearing in the final issue of the semester, is my only one written for the Sports Section. Or you could just take a brief look at me and make […]

2023 Formula One Season Speeds to a Solid Start

May 8, 2023, by Jem Shin, Executive Editor. Leave a Comment

Following the end of the 2022 season, where Red Bull’s Max Verstappen earned his second world championship title, Formula One has finally returned. Though just five races have sped by, the defending world champion has made his current standing at the top of the sport—with the RB19, this year’s Red Bull car, in his hands—all […]

No. 2 Nationally Ranked Men’s Crew Caps Off Incredible Regular Season With Victory Over Trinity

May 4, 2023, by Sam Weitzman-Kurker, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

After an up-and-down fall season, the Wesleyan men’s crew team has begun the spring season capturing first place in five of their six meets, giving them an overall record of 11–1. This strong campaign has propelled them to a second overall national ranking. On March 18, the team started off their spring season down in […]

Women’s Tennis Claims Fourth NESCAC Championship Crown in a Row

May 4, 2023, by Jem Shin, Executive Editor. Leave a Comment

The women’s tennis team sealed an incredible fourth NESCAC Championship crown in a row this past weekend with a 5–2 victory over Middlebury. The team became the first Wesleyan program in school history to win four straight NESCAC titles as they avenged their only regular season loss to the Panthers, claiming a resounding victory to […]

Baseball Team Beats Hamilton to Win NESCAC West Division Title

May 1, 2023, by Ethan Lee, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

On Saturday, April 29, Wesleyan baseball secured their first West Division title since 2016 with a series win over Hamilton. It is their third consecutive conference series win this year, which shows great momentum that the Cardinals will carry into the NESCAC playoffs this weekend. As always, the baseball season is long and grueling, but […]

Teddy’s Second-Round Playoff Previews

May 1, 2023, by Teddy Benchley, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The playoffs continue! After an incredible first round full of upsets and thrilling finishes, eight teams have moved on to round two with dreams of holding the Larry O’Brien Trophy. Although I’m flying solo this week without my friend Sam, I’m here to break down each matchup and give my predictions for the four teams […]

Women’s Tennis Seals Stunning Regular Season With Fourth Straight Little Three Title

April 27, 2023, by Jem Shin, Executive Editor. Leave a Comment

The women’s tennis team has rounded off an impressive spring season, closing out the regular season with a 14-1 overall record and a 9-1 conference record. Along the way, the Red and Black also sealed the team’s fourth straight Little Three title and set themselves up to enter the 2023 NESCAC Championship as the second seed.  […]

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