Membership in Wesley College’s Athletic Hall of Fame expanded from 96 to 110 when 14 newly-elected members were inducted in a ceremony on Friday, October 12 at the Schwartz Center for the Arts.
Recap of Wesley’s spring sports this past season.
For the past couple of years, Ben has been one of the first students I see in the morning and one of last I see in the afternoon at my job as a science teacher at Dover High School. Though I haven’t had him as a student since ninth grade Honors Biology, his big blue backpack full of his baseball equipment always sat in my classroom – until last October.
In a ceremony held on Oct. 7 at the Schwartz Center for the Arts in downtown Dover, Wesley College inducted 14 new members into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
Both cross country teams finished ninth at the CAC Championships with the women getting edged by one point for eighth.
Wesley began the Juli Greep era in 2011 and finished 5–26 on the year.
Despite a roster loaded with underclassman and just two seniors, Wesley, after winning just three games in 2010, matched its largest increase in wins by going 7–10 in 2011.
You can add another winning season to the highly successful Wesley College field hockey program under the leadership of longtime head coach Tracey Short.
Only one other school (N.C. Wesleyan) in the nation settled for more ties than the 8–7–5 Wolverines in 2011. Wesley started the season off with a bang, blowing out CCNY, 5–0 in the season opener. After fighting Johns Hopkins for 110 minutes in a 1–1 tie, the Wolverines scored another five goals in a win […]
Already recognized as a perennial power in the East, Wesley College continues to make strides to prove they are among the elite college football programs in the country. A third-straight South Region Championship and its fifth trip to the NCAA Semifinals in the last seven years have done just that.