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
Texas Wesleyan University may receive yet another national title this season courtesy of the baseball team. Last year, the Rams won the Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) regular season title with a conference record of 19-5 before being knocked out of the conference tournament via a loss to Wayland Baptist University,
This spring is bittersweet for Texas Wesleyan soccer player Samantha Moore. She and three other juniors on the women’s team are working hard in the off-season to prepare for next season – their last competing for Wesleyan. “It is very sad,” said Moore. “However, we worked really hard to prepare for next season, so
Football came back strong at Wesleyan this Saturday at Farrington Field. Wesleyan’s new football team held the Blue and Gold Game, a scrimmage where the team was divided into two colors (Gold was offensive; Blue was defensive) and played a game that consisted of two 30-minute halves.
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