The men’s soccer team wrapped up its record-breaking season on Nov. 21, losing 2-1 in double overtime to the University of Rochester in the sectional semifinals of the NCAA tournament at Messiah College in Grantham, Pa.
Layne returns to the rink this winter to lead the men’s ice hockey team as a co-captain with Sam Robinson ’10.
Over Homecoming/Family Weekend, five new honorees were inducted into the Wesleyan Athletics Hall of Fame, including four individuals and one team.
On Saturday, the fourth-ranked men’s soccer team suffered its first defeat of the season, a 2-0 loss to Middlebury in the NESCAC tournament semifinals.
The undefeated men’s soccer team hosted Colby on Sunday for the first game of the NESCAC tournament and dominated the field, beating the Mules 5-0.
Last Saturday, while most of campus was enjoying the first day of Fall Break, the men’s soccer team was challenging Amherst on the Lord Jeffs’ home turf, looking to break two school records and continue its magical season.
The nationally ranked, conference-leading men’s soccer team snagged two more wins this weekend, blanking two NESCAC rivals by identical 2-0 scores.
On Saturday afternoon, the men’s soccer team battled Bowdoin for 110 minutes before the teams settled for a scoreless tie. The home game featured excellent defense, a waved-off Wesleyan goal, three yellow cards, and questionable calls by the referees.
20 seconds–That’s how long the men’s soccer team gave the United States Coast Guard Academy on Tuesday afternoon before the Cards took the lead and never looked back.
The stakes were high as Wesleyan and Trinity faced off in Hartford on Saturday afternoon: barring a tie, the final result would leave one soccer team with its first loss of the 2009 campaign.
On Tuesday afternoon, the men’s soccer team pulled off a 1-0 victory at Wheaton College, ranked 13th in the country, maintaining their undefeated record.
On Saturday afternoon, the men’s soccer team continued its unbeaten streak shut with a 2-0 shutout of Tufts at home.
The men’s soccer team competed in two matches this weekend, beating Colby at home 4-1 on Saturday before traveling to Western New England College on Sunday and battling for a 0-0 tie.
Playing under gray skies that threatened rain, the men’s soccer team won its first home game of the season on Wednesday, defeating Springfield College 1-0.
The Wesleyan men’s soccer players wasted no time showcasing their determination and high hopes for this season with a 1-1 tie against Williams on Saturday.
It is safe to say that almost every athlete’s dream is to play for a major league team. It is a lofty goal, often unrealistic, but it provides motivation and determination for every person who rushes out onto a field, court or rink.
Co-captain Alexa David ’10 will be a strong offensive presence on the turf this fall as the Wesleyan field hockey team looks to bounce back from a disappointing season.
After a strong showing in the spring during the outdoor track season, Justin Spring is prepared for his final cross country season.
The Wesleyan baseball team had a triumphant weekend, as everything fell into place to propel the Cardinals into the postseason.
After a 14-6 victory over Westfield State College on Tuesday, the Cardinal baseball team is looking towards this crucial weekend that will determine whether they make the postseason.
Over the weekend, the Cardinal baseball team squared off against Little Three rival Williams in a three-game series played both in Middletown and Williamstown
The baseball team traveled to Maine this past weekend and snatched two wins from Bates to win the three-game series.
The Stanley Cup playoffs began on Wednesday, ensuring hockey fans everywhere over two months of on-ice battles.
On Wednesday evening, the Cardinal baseball team traveled to Springfield, Mass. and dominated Springfield College on the diamond.
The Cardinal baseball team took the field this weekend against Hamilton and came away with a 2-1 series victory.
On Wednesday night, the Cardinal baseball team traveled to Elms College in Chicopee, Mass. to challenge the Blazers on the field.
After a rainy Saturday washed away the first game of a weekend series at Middlebury, Wesleyan was ready Sunday for a double-header in Vermont.
Over the weekend, the baseball team came out strong against Amherst to open NESCAC West play, capturing the three-game series 2-1.
While most of campus was enjoying spring break over the last two weeks, the baseball team was hard at work in Arizona and California, playing a total of 12 games, including three double-headers.
As the baseball team takes the field this spring, watch for Drew Dominguez ’09.
The men’s hockey team skated off the ice for the last time this past weekend, eliminated from the playoff race as the season ended with a loss and a tie.
The women’s hockey team was eliminated from playoff contention this weekend after two losses to NESCAC rivals Colby College and Bowdoin College.
The men’s hockey team faced off against two of the best this past weekend, traveling to both Middlebury and Williams.
The men’s hockey team tied St. Michael’s College 2-2 and lost to nationally ranked Norwich University 6-1 in its first action after winter break.