The Cards managed only one goal in two matches against the Ephs, dropping their record to 1-4 on the season.
The men’s and women’s teams finished third and second respectively, beating out Trinity in the process.
The addition of 17 freshman swimmers and divers could prove the spark that both teams need to earn a spot among the ‘CAC’s top teams
Today’s linebackers and runningbacks pick up where the Roman gladiators of yesteryear left off.
The pair’s total dominance at nationals could be the beginnings of a dynasty that will go down in tennis history
Wesleyan and Yale commemorate the 150th anniversary of their respective programs.
Strong play in both singles and doubles contribute to an impressive showing at the Lindsay Morehouse Invitational.
First-year Head Coach Ben Somera faced first test on Thursday night
The cardinal is singlehandedly raising the bar for DIII women’s tennis after a 22-0 singles campaign.
The men’s tennis team overpowered their final three opponents as they gear up to come back strong in the fall.
The Argus sat down with first year phenom Eudice Chong to discuss the future of Wesleyan tennis
Men’s Tennis handed two difficult losses this weekend in Maine with more challenges up ahead
Men’s Tennis returns from spring break experienced and ready for success.
The Argus speaks with Coach Lackey about life, sport and what lies ahead for Wes Volleyball.
The volleyball team won 3-0 in Head Coach Gale Lackey’s final match before retirement, in which she finished with 490 career wins.
With wins over Smith and Hamilton, Volleyball secures its first winning season since 2008.
Volleyball split contests with Trinity and Hamilton, but was nonetheless eliminated from NESCAC tournament contention.
The volleyball team fell to Conn College and Tufts last weekend in two in-conference matches.
The volleyball team split its weekend road trip matches in Maine, beating Colby before falling to Bowdoin.
The team was tripped up by conference foe Trinity, before bouncing back against Husson.
Amherst, Williams, WCSU all down volleyball in straight sets.
The Cardinal volleyball women improved to 5-1 for the first time since 2007.
Captain Claire Larson ’15 leads the way, as the volleyball team goes 3-0 over a successful weekend.
The volleyball team finished as runner-ups in last weekend’s matches hosted by Brandeis University.