08 May 2017

Baseball never stops for several Rams

The 12th-ranked Texas Wesleyan University baseball team is wrapping up its season, but that doesn’t mean baseball is ending for several players. Many of the players go right from playing for Wesleyan to summer baseball, either in the area or in other states. Some leagues require an invite, while others

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01 May 2017

Roman leads the Rams to a successful season

Luis Roman, the Rams’ offensive leader, started playing baseball in Puerto Rico when he was three years old. At 16, Roman moved to Houston with his uncle in hopes of working toward his dream of playing professional baseball. Roman graduated from Klein Oak High School, and from there he played

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14 Apr 2017

Franey retires, Trachier takes over

Bill Franey says he will remember the smiles the most. Franey, who is retiring after six years as the head coach of the women’s basketball team, said he will take with him the memories of smiles of the women he coached. “I have had the great fortune to work with

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23 Mar 2017

University fan bus burst into flames

Texas Wesleyan University’s fan bus burst into flames Tuesday morning when the group was on the way home from watching the men’s basketball team win the NAIA national championship in Kansas City. The bus had apparently been driving on a flat tire for two to three miles, when a pop,

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09 Mar 2017

Be aware of dangers on spring break

Texas Wesleyan students and staff have already began taking precautions for any dangers spring break might bring. Chris Beckrich, Wesleyan’s director of campus safety and security, said that drinking is by far the most common safety issue affecting college students on spring break. “We actually have very few drunk incidents

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