Men’s Swimming Flounders At NESCAC Championships

February 25, 2019, by Nicholas Keating, Staff Writer . Leave a Comment

Men’s swimming competed in the NESCAC Championships this past weekend, finishing the four-day meet in 11th place of the 11 teams. The Red and Black traveled to chilly Middlebury for the event. Williams took the top honor, its 17th NESCAC title, with 1,822 points, while Tufts was close behind with 1,775.5 points. Amherst rounded out the […]

Men’s Squash Seniors Set Sail After Nationals Matchups

February 21, 2019, by John Vernaglia, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

This past weekend, our No. 28-ranked men’s squash team faced a grueling three-match national tournament in New Haven, Conn. The Cardinals’ first match was against local rival Conn. College. It was the third meeting of the year for these Connecticut powerhouse programs, with the two teams splitting the first matches. In Nationals, however, it was […]

NBA All-Star Break: Mid-Season Outlook

February 21, 2019, by Franklin Ribli, Staff Writer . Leave a Comment

With All-Star Weekend at Charlotte coming to a close and only around four weeks left in the NBA season, it’s time to make some predictions for the playoffs! Last week, Emilio Weber ’20, my colleague and fellow sports columnist, detailed some of his predictions for the NBA landscape. Below, I will weigh in on some of […]

Hockey Teams Fall to ’CAC Competitors En Route to Quarterfinals

February 21, 2019, by David Gottlieb, Staff Writer . Leave a Comment

The Wesleyan men’s hockey team is dealing with its first bit of adversity this season, having lost three games in a row following two tough close losses to Trinity last weekend. First on Friday night, the team lost a tough 6-5 game at home after holding a one-goal lead going into the third period. Chad […]

Wesleyan’s Ultimate Frisbee Teams Tackle Gender Equity, Inclusivity on the Field

February 21, 2019, by Emilio Weber, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Ultimate Frisbee is the prototypical college sport. Practically every college advertises their lawn or quad as the perfect place to toss a Frisbee with friends. Wesleyan is no different; if you walk by Foss or Andrus Field on a warm day in the fall or spring, chances are high that you will find at least […]

All-American Swimmer Murphy ’20 Paces Cardinals to Historic Finish at NESCAC Women’s Championships

February 18, 2019, by Nicholas Keating, Staff Writer . Leave a Comment

This past weekend, Wesleyan hosted the women’s NESCAC Swimming and Diving Championship. After a tough meet at the start of February with losses to Conn. College, United States Coast Guard Academy, and Fairfield University, the women’s team recovered in time for a strong finish to the season. The team came in sixth place in the […]

Gorman ’19 and Bonner ’19 Reach 1,000-Point Milestone

February 18, 2019, by Drew Kushnir, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

On Saturday, Feb. 9, fans of Wesleyan basketball got to see not just one, but two Cardinals etch their names into the record books. Women’s basketball’s Olivia Gorman ’19 and men’s basketball’s Jordan Bonner ’19 both notched their 1,000th career point, becoming the 12th and 24th players in program history to do so, respectively. The Argus […]

Track and Field Sprints to Record-Breaking Finishes at Last Chance Invitational

February 18, 2019, by Zoë Kaplan, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

“Trust the process and enjoy the uncertainty,” Rhoen Fiutak ’19 said. In her last year as a tri-season runner and captain of women’s track and field, Fiutak uses this motto to stay confident and excited on competition days. Whether it was the result of her motto or just hard work, Fiutak ran her way to […]

Wesleyan Ski Team Prepares for Xtreme Skiing at Middlefield X Games

February 15, 2019, by Zoë Kaplan, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

“We’re not Division I, we’re division FUN!” yelled Darcy Neureiter ’18, proclaiming one of the Wesleyan ski team’s many fun phrases in the middle of Exley. Her enthusiasm speaks to the energy of the club team that has been racing down the slopes for the past five weeks. As part of the United States Ski […]

Women’s Hockey Splits Weekend Series, Men’s Team Loses First Conference Game

February 15, 2019, by David Gottlieb, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Women’s Hockey The women’s team had a successful weekend, going 1-1 against Trinity. The Red and Black fell to 6-1 on Saturday, but came back with a 2-1 win on Sunday. This pushed their record to 8-13-1, and 4-9-1 in conference. In the loss on Friday, Sydneé Goyer ’21 scored the lone goal for the […]

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