The Cards finished 11th out of 32 teams, due in large part to outstanding races by Taylor Titcomb ’16 and Will Dudek ’17.
A late surge by the Cardinals wasn’t enough to overcome a 10 point deficit, and the Birds finished the 2015 season 5-3
The victory on Saturday was the third consecutive over the Ephs and put the Cardinals in a hunt for second in the ‘CAC.
The former offensive coordinator has led the Cardinals to 4-2 record in his first season as Head Coach.
The Cardinal defense forced four turnovers to give Wesleyan its fourth win of the season
Up 12-0 in the second quarter, the Cardinals were unable to stop Amherst’s explosive offense when it mattered most
The Cards (3-1) prolonged Bates’ search for its 1st win of the season with a 24-16 victory.
The Cardinals eventually tamed the Mules in a game that saw six lead changes.
The Cardinal defense limited the Continentals to a measly 164 yards of total offense
Despite securing a 19-7 lead in the 3rd quarter, a late surge by the Panthers handed the Cards a loss in their season opener.
The Cards hope to build on the success of the past two seasons under new leadership.
A summer league in Cape Cod proved vital to the success of three Wesleyan baseball players.
Tate Knight ’18 and Erik Hall ’16 compete in DIII Championships, and certain track athletes prepare for further competition
Track and Field competes in NESCAC Championships with sparkling individual performances.
Wes Track & Field has plenty to look forward to next week as several competitors excelled at this weekend’s home meet.
The Argus spoke with sprinter and captain Idara Foster ’15 about NESCAC Track and Field Championships
Women score 124.5 points and men score 95 to place third in Silfen Track Invitational at Conn. College