The Argus’ own Gili Lipman ’17 explores a variety of sports unique to the land Down Under
The Wesleyan Invitation inaugurates men’s and women’s cross country’s fall campaign
This season, the golf team inched a little bit closer to their NESCAC opposition
Catch up with women’s tennis coach Mike Fried ahead of the NESCAC tournament
After 30 years, volleyball coach Gale Lackey is stepping down. Hear from new coach Ben Somera
Hoping to disrupt Trinity’s five game win streak, Wes Hockey instead succumbed to the Bantams in a pair of home losses
The Wes men’s hockey team donkey-kicked Colby in a 2-1 overtime victory, before losing to Bowdoin.
Men’s Hockey lost both its contests last weekend against Williams and Middlebury, but will have a chance to rebound on Valentine’s Day weekend against Colby and Bowdoin.
Mike Whalen was named full-time Athletic Director, making room for Dan DiCenzo to become just the seventh head football coach at Wesleyan since World War II. Whalen went 7-1 in the past two seasons and collected a share of the NESCAC championship in 2013.
The men’s hockey team’s in-league losing streak hit double digits after dropping games to Hamilton and Amherst last weekend.
After finishing 0-10 in their late-fall and winter break stretch, Men’s Hockey stands at 2-14 and seeking a momentum surge as the season wears on.
Men’s Hockey picks up a non-conference win against UMass Dartmouth to stop a four-game skid.
For the first time in program history, Wes wins POTY awards in football with Jesse Warren ’15 on offense and Jake Bussani ’14 on defense
James Kline ’17 and Jay Matthews ’16 each score twice in the men’s hockey team’s first two games.
Men’s and women’s XC finish off the fall proudly with impressive finishes at New England Championships.
Speed and depth will prove crucial for men’s hockey this season.
With a 20-19 win over Trinity, the Cardinals notched their first victory over Route Nine Rivals in 14 years.
Captain Jordan Fabien ’15 shoots the breeze with The Argus about finishing the football season on a high note.
Wesleyan football beat Williams on the road for the first time in 30 years for the largest win over the Ephs in 99 years.
Jesse Warren ’15 connected with Josh Hurwitz ’15 on three of his five TD passes in Wesleyan’s 35-0 rout of Bowdoin.
Football’s undefeated run comes to an end in an overtime homecoming heartbreaker against Amherst.
After taking Elms College to a scoreless tie on the road, the Women’s Soccer team looks forward to finishing off the conference schedule.
Cardinal Football dismantled Colby, 24-10 to keep their undefeated record intact.
Football notched one defensive TD en route to a 28-7 victory on the road.
Jesse Warren ’15 connects with Ben Kurtz ’17 for two touchdowns in 43-21 romp.
Wesleyan football puts itself on inside track for a ‘Cac title, with a win over reigning co-champion Middlebury.
Gili Lipman discusses defensive strategy with Captain Donnie Cimino for Saturday’s season-opener at Middlebury.
Assistant Editor Gili Lipman sits down with Cardinal football Captain Jon Day to discuss the Birds’ high expectations.
Vassar College broke a 1-1 tie late in the game to snag a victory, as the women’s soccer team remains winless.
Coach Lackey enters her 37th season with Cards, as Captain Claire Larson ’15 talks about the coming season for the volleyballers.
Captain Anna Howard hopes to build momentum off a strong end to last season, as the field hockey team looks to improve in 2014.
Eighteen Wesleyan student-athletes were awarded a wide variety of honors for their conquests on the field and court this past fall.