The Wesleyan Cardinals wrestling team ended 2010 with a spirited dual match against Messiah College. Unfortunately, Messiah, ranked 19th nationally in Division III, was able to overcome a strong 14-6 start by the Cards to win 24-14.
Entering Saturday’s game against Amherst, the Cardinal men’s lacrosse team was an underwhelming 2-5 in NESCAC play and badly needed a victory to earn an invitation to the postseason conference tournament it won last year.
A week after a close defeat at the hands of Colby, the Wesleyan men’s lacrosse team traveled to Williamstown, Mass., on Saturday to take on NESCAC and Little Three foe Williams.
The Colby Mules came into Saturday’s game winless against Wesleyan men’s lacrosse since the 2002 season, a span of seven games.
Throughout the first quarter of the Cardinal men’s lacrosse team’s game at Trinity on Wednesday, it looked as though Wesleyan was suffering through a bit of a hangover from their tough loss to Tufts the previous Saturday.
A week after beating NESCAC foe Bates on a heroic last-second shot, men’s lacrosse carried their stellar play over to another conference tilt against Tufts, ranked sixth among Division III lacrosse teams.
Men’s basketball guard Shasha Brown ’13 could not have had a better first season.
Coming into this past Saturday’s game against Bates, the Wesleyan men’s lacrosse team was ranked 20th in Division III, but had only won four of seven games.
The Wesleyan men’s lacrosse team started the 2010 season off with high hopes after advancing to the NCAA Division III Tournament quarterfinals last year.
We sat down with basketball sharpshooter Jason Mendell ’12 in the comfort of his Hewitt dorm room to discuss his team’s improvement, Super Smash Bros., and the New York Knicks.
Killeen has the highest point total of any returning Cardinal after accumulating 42 last season, and his third point this year will make him the 25th player in school history to reach 100 for his career.
How can a competition, occurring only once every four years, between the best athletes from nearly every country, with the eyes of the world on it and national pride hanging in the balance, be anything but riveting?
As a new decade dawns, it seems like each day brings a new story of a high-profile athlete being accused of some sort of unethical behavior.
Since The Argus’ last issue went to press on Thursday night, the Cardinal men’s basketball team played three games away from home, going 1-2. They started off the weekend on Thursday night, traveling to New Haven to play the Albertus Magnus College Falcons.
Cardinal men’s basketball began the season two weeks ago, on Friday, Nov. 20, with a 104-94 win against Johnson State College in Silloway Gymnasium. The game was part of the Inn at Middletown Tip-Off Tournament, which the Cardinals won a day later by beating Becker College.
Mendell spent his first season in Middletown surprising the entire NESCAC with his scoring ability.
The Cardinal football team traveled to Trinity on Saturday hoping to improve its record to 4-4 and finish at or above .500 for just the third time since 2003.
Coming off a disappointing 23-0 loss to Amherst that dropped them to 2-3, the football Cardinals needed a win going into Saturday’s game at Bowdoin.
The Wesleyan football team traveled to Amherst this past Saturday for their first Little Three game of the season, losing 23-0 to the Lord Jeffs. Rain fell for most of the game, contributing to a messy field and a similarly sloppy game by the Cardinals.
The Bates Bobcats football team was no match for the Cardinals on Saturday, as Wesleyan evened its record with a come-from-behind 28-20 victory on Andrus Field and improved to 24-4 all-time against its foe from Maine.
With a 13-0 lead going into the fourth quarter last Saturday against Colby, the Wesleyan football team looked like a sure winner. Unfortunately, the Mules came back in the final quarter, forcing the Cardinals into only the fifth overtime game in their history, and won the game on a 22-yard field goal, 16-13.
Despite an early 14-0 lead, the Cardinal football team fell to the Hamilton Continentals on Saturday after allowing Hamilton to score 26 straight points.
On Saturday, the Wesleyan football team took the field against Tufts, looking for its first win against the Jumbos since 2004 and its first win overall since October 11th of last year.
Team captain Ravenna Neville ’10 qualified individually for the NCAA Championships and placed fifth in the New England Division III regional meet.
While many students were suffering through menial jobs or humiliating internships this summer, the Wesleyan men’s soccer team was training in Argentina.
The men’s lacrosse team continued its outstanding season on Sunday, defeating Tufts 14-10 to win the NESCAC championship and earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III tournament.
The NCAA has said that facebook groups encouraging players to apply to schools are attempts to influence the college choice of a recruit, and therefore violate its recruiting rules.
The Cardinal women’s lacrosse team pulled out a huge win in its final regular-season game, a 13-12 defeat of Connecticut College on Friday, April 24, that allowed it to secure a spot as the seventh seed in the NESCAC tournament.
The men’s lacrosse team lost its third game of the season on Saturday in front of a rowdy homecoming and WesFest crowd.
One of the most remarkable streaks in recent Wesleyan athletics history was in danger over the weekend.
The men’s lacrosse team continued its successful season on Tuesday, improving to 9-2 with a 12-3 win at home over Western Connecticut State.
The men’s lacrosse team followed up a tough loss at Tufts on March 28 with two big home NESCAC wins against Trinity and Colby.
The men’s lacrosse team roared to a 6-1 record after six straight wins, and are currently ranked 12th in the latest USILA Division III poll.
The Cardinal women competed in the NESCAC Swimming and Diving Championships last weekend at Bowdoin, where they accumulated a total of 659 points to place 9th.
Wesleyan men’s lacrosse had a great 2008 season, going 10-5 for its ninth straight winning season, although it was a bit below their astronomical standards.
Almost a week after Ali Fourney ’09 tied her career high with 29 points against Colby to give the Cardinals the #6 seed in the NESCAC Championship, the team traveled to play #3 Tufts this past Saturday
The men’s basketball team entered last weekend needing to win at least one game to have a shot at making the NESCAC tournament
The men’s basketball team endured another tough loss Saturday, losing to visiting Connecticut College 85-70.
The men’s basketball team continued its recent run of close losses this week, as the Cardinals lost at Salve Regina on Monday and at Eastern Connecticut on Wednesday.
The men’s basketball team had a pivotal pair of games over the weekend, playing host to Tufts on Friday night and then Bates on Saturday afternoon
The men’s basketball team snapped a 16-game losing streak to Amherst and also defeated Trinity to highlight its winter break action.