Women’s Golf Wraps Up First Season in Wesleyan History

October 11, 2019, by Emilio Weber, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The women’s golf team wrapped up their inaugural fall competitive season as a varsity sport this past weekend. The Cardinals sent three players to compete in the NESCAC Women’s Championship qualifier at Williams’ Taconic Golf Club in Massachusetts. While the team did not qualify for the championship tournament, they showed great individual and collective growth […]

Women’s XC Places Three Runners in Top 100 at Paul Short Run

October 11, 2019, by Annie Roach, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

After a three-week break from competition following a second-place performance at the Little Three Championship, the women’s cross country team traveled to Bethlehem, Penn. on Oct. 5 to compete at the 46th Annual Paul Short Run at Lehigh University. The Paul Short Run is a 6K course, with several more runners competing than in typical […]

Men’s Crew Takes First and Women’s Finishes Fifth at Premier Fall Regatta

October 11, 2019, by Zoë Kaplan, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Both Wesleyan crews have splashed back into action with their first regattas of the fall. With races at the Riverfront Regatta in Hartford, the teams both took impressive finishes, boating well (pun intended) for the rest of the short but competitive season. The women’s team made history last semester, taking fourth place at the NCAA Division […]

A New Lease on Life: Learning from LetsSave25000 Founder Todd Mogren ’83

October 11, 2019, by Ben Owen, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

“What I learned on the field and in the classroom at Wesleyan prepared me for the journey,” Todd Mogren ’83 said, on a rainy New England morning. “I am a living example of how the Wesleyan experience prepares you for things you can’t even conceive of.” These words were spoken on Oct. 9, 2019, by […]

Women’s Soccer Takes Little Three Title for the First Time in 37 Years

October 11, 2019, by David Gottlieb, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The women’s soccer team won the Little Three title for the first time in 37 years after tying Amherst 0–0 last Saturday. The draw, combined with the upset win over Williams earlier in the season, gave the Cards the outright title.  “It was pretty surreal and definitely nice to win that for the coaches who […]

After Rare Stumble, Volleyball Keeps Rolling

October 8, 2019, by Drew Kushnir, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

After an uncharacteristic loss on the road against Susquehanna University, volleyball rebounded with the usual dominance fans have become accustomed to, winning four straight games to sit at 12–2 overall (4–1 in conference). Climbing to third place in the NESCAC standings, Wesleyan has a golden opportunity ahead to wrestle the number one spot away from […]

Men’s Soccer Ties Tufts, Continues Strong Defensive Play

October 8, 2019, by John Vernaglia, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Men’s soccer had an up-and-down week that saw them go 1–1–1. The Cards finished up the final Sunday of September with a drubbing of Clark University in front of the home crowd. The Red and Black jumped out early with a goal only 10 minutes into the game from Nick Wallick ’22. Wesleyan did not look […]

Men’s XC Wins Paul Short Run by One Second

October 8, 2019, by Rocky D'Antonio, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

This cross country season began following the pattern of the last few years: The team placed last at the Little Three Championship, with losses at the hands of Amherst and Williams. The Cardinals haven’t mustered even a second place at the Little Three since 2011.  If history were to continue repeating, the Red and Black […]

California Legislation Gives Power to College Athletes

October 7, 2019, by Abby Gray, Contributing Writer. Leave a Comment

Last Monday marked a change in collegiate athletics as California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the Fair Pay to Play Act, allowing college athletes to earn money from outside parties through their name, image, and likeness. This allows athletes access to endorsement and sponsorship opportunities previously banned by NCAA regulations through the amateurism clause. The Act […]

Women’s, Men’s Golf Hit the Links as Fall Season Winds Down

October 4, 2019, by Emilio Weber, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

As the nice September weather and the fall golf season both wrap up, the women’s and men’s golf teams got back on the green for some ’CAC competition. “Our weekend at Middlebury saw a significant improvement from the week before,” team captain Saadia Naeem ’20 said. “Both days of play were really good. I think […]

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