Individual Standout Performances Mark Track NESCACs

April 30, 2019, by Zoë Kaplan, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

With finals on the horizon and graduation less than a month away, spring sports are wrapping up their regular season competition, either moving forward into competitive ’CAC postseason play or packing up their equipment altogether to end their spring runs. After months of long, wintry indoor meets and now outdoor competition, track and field took their talents […]

Fielding Questions: Jenny Aguiar ’19 Talks Track and Field Career

April 30, 2019, by Stuart Woodhams, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Jenny Aguiar ’19 has excelled at track and field since her freshman debut in 2016. Dedicated to sprinting, Aguiar’s main event is the tough 400m race. She also runs the 100m, 200m, and 600m. Last season, Aguiar placed first in the 600m, contributing to the Cardinals’ eighth-place finish at the New England Division Ⅲ Championships. […]

Club Sailing Takes Fourth Place at Spring Regatta

April 30, 2019, by Claire Isenegger, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

On Sunday, April 28, the sailing team concluded its 2018-19 season with the fourth annual Wesleyan Invite Regatta. The team competed against five other teams from across New England on Lake Pocotopaug in East Hampton, Conn. Despite the dreary weather, expectations were high as the team began its only spring regatta as the defending champions. […]

Baseball Swings Strong Out of Conference, Falls to Middlebury

April 30, 2019, by John Vernaglia, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

In my last article, I wrote that the Cardinals had a “prove it” week ahead of them, with two midweek games and then a weekend series against Middlebury putting them to the test. The Red and Black answered the call but had some difficulty keeping the momentum going through such a demanding schedule. Starting with […]

Volleying to Victory: Women’s Tennis Wins Little Three, Men Take Trinity

April 26, 2019, by Annie Roach, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Throughout the spring season, the women’s tennis team has showed remarkable strength, depth, and skill. The team has an overall record of 10-2, dropping matches only to Middlebury and Emory. Even the losses of the season were hard-fought, impressive matches, and the team has never failed to continue its momentum, hardly missing a stroke as they trounce opponent after […]

Second-Annual Cardinal Community Classic Brings Wesleyan, Middletown Together

April 26, 2019, by Franklin Ribli, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

In an attempt to bridge the gap between Wesleyan students and alumni and members of the Middletown community, Jordan Bonner ’19 co-founded the Cardinal Community Classic, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, with Ernesto Vargas, owner of Main Street barbershop Finesse Cuts. Building on the success of the first tournament, which took place last spring, the second annual Cardinal […]

Softball Struggles En Route to Playoff Berth

April 26, 2019, by Drew Kushnir, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Softball continued an up-and-down season, recently getting swept by Middlebury two weekends ago before beating Mitchell College in a doubleheader the following Tuesday. With play continuing this week, the team went on to split a series against Trinity on Tuesday, April 23. Although the team has a decent record overall at 12-18, Wesleyan is in a […]

Women’s Lax Makes History With Record Program and Conference Wins

April 26, 2019, by Zoë Kaplan, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Women’s lax has dominated its regular season this spring, finishing with an impressive 13-2 overall record. The two losses come at the hands of formidable NESCAC foes Middlebury and Tufts, who currently reside at the number one and two spots in the conference, respectively. The Cardinals have racked up numerous dominant wins in the regular season, ending […]

Men’s Lax Conquers ’CAC Competition on Senior Day

April 23, 2019, by David Gottlieb, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The men’s lacrosse team extended its winning streak to four games over the weekend with a win over Hamilton on Saturday, April 20. The win against the Continentals, coupled with a previous win over Bowdoin, has pushed the team’s record to 11-2 overall and 7-2 in NESCAC play. In the win over Hamilton, the Cards […]

Baseball Battles Bates, Falls in Non-Conference Play

April 23, 2019, by John Vernaglia, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Since we last left our fearless Cardinals in early April, the team has tallied some exciting wins and rough losses. Going 2-2 since April 11, the Cardinals’ latest spell of games had them slated against the mighty Western New England University Golden Bears, who sport an 18-10 record so far this season. This game was […]

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