13 Feb 2016

New tennis coach aces first season

Angel Martinez has played soccer, football and tennis most of  his life – but he didn’t think he would ever become a college tennis coach. Martinez, who coached at Grapevine High School for 16 years, was contemplating retirement before being hired by Texas Wesleyan in 2014; the women’s tennis team

11 Feb 2016

Rams extend win streak to nine games while rising to No. 8 in the NAIA

Texas Wesleyan men’s basketball team is enjoying a very successful season, and head coach Brennen Shingleton wants his players to live in the moment. “We’re living for the now,” Shingleton said last Friday, one day before the Rams beat Southwestern Christian University 97-78 to extend their winning streak to nine

10 Feb 2016

Football returns to Wesleyan

Texas Wesleyan University President Frederick G. Slabach announced Wednesday afternoon that football will return to the campus for the first time since 1941. Speaking at press conference in the Baker Building, Slabach said adding football is an essential part of Wesleyan’s overall growth. “Texas Wesleyan is on the move,” Slabach

07 Feb 2016

Hall of fame adds four members

The Texas Wesleyan Athletic Department Hall of Fame added four members on Friday. At a ceremony at the Ridglea Country Club, longtime supporter Jan Fersing and three former athletes – Irvin Rue, Diane Urey and Robert Wood – became members of the hall.  Fersing, a board of trustees member and

05 Feb 2016

Look for the Panthers to defeat Manning and the Broncos

The 2015 NFL season was filled with excitement, drama, heartache and some memorable games, and it all comes down to one game to decide who will be the Super Bowl champion. This year presents an interesting matchup as the Denver Broncos will take on the Carolina Panthers from Levi Stadium