Texas Wesleyan’s 2017 homecoming was seven points from being perfection. By Saturday afternoon, the women’s basketball team had won their game against the University of Science and Arts Drovers 83-58, securing head coach Bill Franey’s 100th win at Wesleyan, according to ramsports.net. The crowd’s spirit was high and the men’s
Faculty and students squared off during free period Thursday in the annual homecoming-week game. The two teams played to 28-28 tie in front of around 50 people, and after the game was over, student player Anthony Harper, a junior forensic accounting major and football player, said the contest was a
Junior mass communications major and basketball player Jeremy Crane is looking forward to his first homecoming at Wesleyan. “I’m excited for it because at my high school all the homecoming stuff was centered around football,” Crane said. “So I think it’s cool being a part of a small school that
Due to road conditions, all Homecoming events have been cancelled. King and Queen crowning and the faculty and staff vs. student basketball game are tentatively scheduled for Thursday, March 5. The block party will also be rescheduled, details will be posted soon. The basketball games are still on, watch them online
North Texas has experienced brutal winter weather this week. Wesleyan closed campus for the third time this week, forcing another cancelled homecoming event. Stay warm and safe! A Winter Weather advisory will be in effect until 6 p.m. Saturday.