23 Apr 2017

Scrimmage gives high hopes for Wesleyan football

After more than seven decades, football returned to Texas Wesleyan on Saturday. Held at Farrington Field, the Blue & Gold game drew an estimated 2,500 people, and head coach Joe Prud’homme was happy with what he saw. “I thought it was a little sloppy but I thought all in all

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22 Apr 2017

Lady Rams look for first national title

Texas Wesleyan women’s golf team is one of the best in the nation, but that’s not enough. The Lady Rams, which have been ranked in the top 10 in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics most of the season, are hungry for their first national championship, sophomore finance major Alex

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19 Apr 2017

Table tennis continues 15-year legacy

Dynasty. What else can you call the 65 national championships Texas Wesleyan’s table tennis program has won in the past 15 years? Wesleyan’s domination of college table tennis continued earlier this month, with the program winning five of a possible six titles at the 2017 TMS College Table Tennis National

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12 Apr 2017

Blue & Gold Game to preview season

Texas Wesleyan’s football team is ready. Ready to play in front of fans. Ready to tackle. And ready to figure out who the team’s leaders will be. Ready, in other words, for April 22 and the Blue & Gold Game, an intrasquad scrimmage at Farrington Field that head coach Joe

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31 Mar 2017

Student-athletes make the Dean’s List

Balancing class and athletics can be challenging but good study habits make a big difference, softball pitcher Lauren Wernet said. “We usually practice at least three times a day and it’s Monday through Friday. My guess is about 20 hours per week but usually we start playing games too,” said

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