The Rams practiced at Farrington Field on Wednesday morning to showcase their skills and run plays to prepare for the first football game since 1941, head coach Joe Prud’homme said. The Rams will practice at Farrington Field this week and begin practicing at Polytechnic High School from 6 a.m. to 8
A crowd of 2,500 Rams crowded into Farrington Field on Sat., April 22 to watch Wesleyan’s football team return after a 75-year hiatus, according to ramsports.net. The team’s first football game is on Sept. 9 against Millsaps College. Season tickets are currently available for online-purchase at ramsports.net/tickets.
Texas Wesleyan’s football team held its first practice in full pads at Farrington Field Wednesday to prepare for the scrimmage April 22 and next season, head coach Joe Prud’homme said. “[Practice] went pretty well,” Prud’homme said. “I wasn’t sure what to expect because this is the first time any of
Texas Wesleyan football is gearing up — for spring practices, an intersquad scrimmage in April and, of course, the 2017 season. The team is practicing in the afternoon Monday through Thursday and at 5 a.m. on Fridays and will start practicing in pads on March 28, said head coach Joe
Winter break may have been quiet for many students, but it was exciting for sophomore biology major Danura Wayantha. He saw snow for the first time. Wayantha thought it was raining at first when sitting in Stella Russell Hall on Jan. 6. When he figured out that it was snowing,