The Argus catches up with the softball players Amanda Roosa ’16 and Izzy Linzer ’17
The Cardinals beat Western Connecticut State University on Wednesday, April 8.
Baseball Coach Woodworth and Sports Editor Brett Keating discuss Wes diamond-dwellers.
Nine seniors played their final game for the Birds, including Jordan Schildhaus and Cara Jankowski, who combined for 132 points in four years.
Net-minder Corinne Rivard ’16 recorded her second straight shutout, Wesleyan’s first to do so in 11 years, in Wes’s Friday night win over Hamilton.
In its final non-conference game, women’s hockey outshoot the Bison 42-20.
The women’s hockey team was unable to string together back-to-back wins over winter break, and must string together wins in the CAC-heavy part of their schedule.
Captains Jordan Schildhaus and Cara Janikowski both rank top-five in the league in points, but the Cards have lost three of their last four.
After losing their opener, the women’s hockey team pounded the Ephs for their biggest win over Williams in 20 years.
Coming off their most successful season since NESCAC play began, the women’s ice hockey team hopes to take the conference by storm in the 2014-15 season.
Sports Editor Brett Keating ’15 forecasts playoff hopes for the fall Redbird squads.
Marisa Yang ’15 and Tess Daggett-Edenholm ’17 both scored in their win over ECSU, after a loss to Bates.
Argus Sports Editors discuss the NFL, domestic violence, and refusing consumption of the league.
The women’s soccer team has a strong backfield, but offensive questions loom as the team enters its 2014 season.
Keep an eye out for these Wesleyan athletes as the season begins.
How to do athletics and make new friends.
The men’s soccer team was eliminated from NESCAC playoff contention last Saturday, Nov. 9, in a 2-1 loss to Little Three rival Williams. Wesleyan’s season ended in NESCAC play for the first time since 2010. The team made the Division III national tournament both of the past two seasons; the Cardinals did not receive an at-large bid this year.
The men’s soccer team earned a first-round home playoff game, defeating then second-place Middlebury 1-0 on Saturday, Oct. 26 and leapfrogging the Panthers in the NESCAC standings. The Cardinals, winners of two in a row after going winless in five of their previous six games, scored off of an Omar Bravo ’15 (pictured) free kick nearly from midfield.
Despite a series of suspensions that left the team without 2012 standout Chris Kafina ’16 and newly-minted captains Ben Bratt ’15 and Danny Issroff ’15, the remaining men’s soccer players performed just fine without that help. The team kicked off its 2013 season off in impressive fashion on Wednesday, defeating Framingham State 3-0.