Confident Volleyball Squad Prepares for NESCAC Tournament

November 2, 2017, by Rose Griffin, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The air is finally getting cooler, Halloweekend has come and gone, and the NESCAC Volleyball Championship is here! This weekend, the women’s volleyball team will travel to Medford, Mass. to play their chance to be NESCAC champions. Despite falling to Tufts three sets to one last weekend, the team is more than ready for a run deep […]

Villains In Sports: Making Victory That Much Sweeter

November 2, 2017, by Ben Owen, Contributing Writer. Leave a Comment

Every sports fan knows the feeling: You’ve just watched your favorite team get beaten by its biggest rival. For some people, it’s anger. For others, it’s sadness. Either way, it sucks. It’s not the fact that you lost; it’s that you lost to them. The bad guys beat the good guys. The villains beat the heroes. I […]

Football Defeats Bowdoin, Anticipates Homecoming Matchup Saturday Versus Williams

October 30, 2017, by Jacques Slaughter, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

After a close loss last week at the hands of Little Three rival Amherst, the Cardinals needed a victory on Saturday. The Cardinals’ balanced offensive attack helped them take and keep a commanding lead to pummel Bowdoin. Even though Bowdoin’s losing streak is now seven games, the Red and Black still played a strong game, improving […]

Women’s Crew Takes Second at Charles, First at Fish

October 30, 2017, by Cormac Chester, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

But in order to even be prepared for races, both teams have been hard at work in the gym and on the water, early in the morning and late in the day. It’s no surprise, then, that at the Head of the Charles Regatta, one of the most famous regattas in the world, the women’s […]

Field Hockey Finishes Season With Conn College Conquest

October 30, 2017, by Zoë Kaplan, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

After a tough few months, field hockey finished the season strong with a win against ’CAC competitor Conn College. With an overall 4-11 record and 1-9 in conference, the team took the penultimate place in the NESCAC and some individual titles as well: goalie Delaney Wood ’20 dominated for most saves, with a total of […]

Men’s and Women’s Soccer Seasons End Prematurely

October 30, 2017, by Emilio Weber, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Through triumphs, loses, and many overtimes, the Wesleyan soccer teams have had anything but a predictable season. Though their seasons didn’t end as the teams had hoped, there is certainly much to build on for next year. The men’s team ended the season on a positive note, taking down Conn College in New London, 2-1. However, […]

Wes Football Tops Bates With Little Three Face-Off Against Amherst on Deck

October 16, 2017, by Jacques Slaughter, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

This week’s victory over Bates improved the Cards’ football record to 4-1 and extended their winning streak to four straight games. After a strong showing last week against Colby, the Red and Black was a bit lackadaisical to start Saturday’s contest against Bates, as it quickly fell behind, but that didn’t last long. Wesleyan managed to cut […]

Wes Volleyball Crushes Colby, Loses to Bates

October 16, 2017, by Rose Griffin, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Vacationland did not quite live up to its name for the volleyball team this weekend. The Cardinals headed north, to Maine, and even though the Maine Tourism Board might lead you to believe otherwise, it wasn’t all lobsters and L.L. Bean: it was mostly volleyball. The team faced the Colby Mules in Waterville on Friday night […]

Cross Country Falls at Little Three

October 16, 2017, by Zoë Kaplan, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

The men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Williamstown, Mass. this past Saturday, Oct. 14 to face off at the annual Little Three Championship. Despite individual successes, both teams found themselves at the bottom of the barrel as the day came to a close. The Red and Black’s third-place finish, behind Williams and Amherst, […]

Chong ’18 and Yu ’19 Dominate ITA Oracle Cup in Georgia

October 16, 2017, by Cormac Chester, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

For a small liberal arts school, Wesleyan sure knows how to recruit top athletes. This year, both football and volleyball have had very successful seasons, but no Wesleyan athlete’s sports career has been as spectacular as that of senior Eudice Chong’s. She is a three-time defending national singles champion and the defending doubles champion with […]

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