Several Cardinals snagged their first career victories, and Wesleyan graciously (and devastatingly) steamrolled their opponents.
The men’s team has won every game after an opening-day loss.
The men’s and women’s teams ran into stiff opposition in UVA and Bates this weekend at the Boston Round Robin.
While the men’s team returns eight of last year’s top ten, the women welcome five new faces to the squad
Government professor Douglas Foyle doubles as a loyal Kansas City fan, and The Argus caught up with him after the Royals’ World Series win.
The red and black will look to continue their Cinderella run when they take on Middlebury this weekend.
On an unseasonably beautiful day in Saratoga Springs, men’s and women’s crew outpaced all but the fastest competition in the Northeast.
Five local religious congregations collaborated with the men’s and women’s basketball teams to hold clinic for local youth.
The men’s and women’s squads performed admirably against the nation’s top teams, despite inclement conditions
Both teams saw contributions from their newest members on a stormy day in Lowell, Mass.
Wesleyan and Yale commemorate the 150th anniversary of their respective programs.
With three goals in his last two games, Chris Kafina is one of the hottest player in the NESCAC
Spikeball combines reaction time, teamwork, and pure spiking power.
Wesleyan’s newest head coach talks mentors, life on campus, and goals for the upcoming season
One editor muses on his experiences with sports superfandom in college.
The University’s athletic director talks about his transition out of football and shares what to look forward to in sports next semester.
Catch the reflections of three senior men’s lacrosse captains at the end of amazing careers!
The men’s lacrosse team’s season is over after a loss to Bates in the NESCAC Quarterfinals.
Men’s lacrosse clinches first-round home game with win at Bowdoin, will play Bates in first round on Saturday.
With just two games to go until playoffs, take a minute to reflect on what has been a great season for the men’s lacrosse team
Men’s lacrosse downs Williams to bolster hopes of a home playoff game
The Cardinals will play an important game this weekend against Williams after going 1-1 against Tufts and Trinity.
Goaltender Justin Schick ’15 earned a NESCAC POTW for his performance.
The men’s lacrosse team won their NESCAC opener against Hamilton before dropping a game to out-of-league RPI.
After losing the NESCAC semifinals to Amherst in 2014, men’s lax looks to clinch an NCAA bid in 2015.
After winning its first national championship matchup, men’s squash finished in 4th place in the C division.
Raheem Logan ’16 spoke with Argus Sports about the squash team’s mindset going into Nationals this weekend and the squad’s expectations for the crucial tournament.
Women’s squash finishes tied for 21st in the nation after win over UVA.
Guy Davidson and David Sneed each end the NESCAC tournament with 4-0 records, as the team finishes in career-best fifth place at 2-1. The women overcome an early loss with two more wins to secure ninth place @NESCAC
Squash goes a combined 0-4 in Little Three matches, but Kamisher ’17 and Samy ’18 each end the weekend undefeated.
Men’s and Women’s Squash cap off winter break run with weekend victories at home.
Women’s squash number one Laila Samy took down this season’s top-ranked recruit in the country last weekend.
Men’s Squash goes 1-2 and Women’s Squash goes 3-2 during opening weekend with great efforts from David Sneed ’17 and Laila Samy ’18
Wesleyan Squash looks to start off the season strongly with their home opening Round Robin Invitational.