It’s a time of major decision making for senior business management major Lauren Kee as she approaches her final days of attending Texas Wesleyan. For the past five years, Kee has been involved in soccer but unfortunately had to give up the sport due to an injury during her junior
This past season, the Lady Rams finished second in the SAC with an 11-6-1 record. The season’s brutal 0-4 start matched the program’s longest losing streak, but after that the team rattled off eight straight wins, going 10 games without a loss, according to ramsports.net. Going into off-season practices, head
Texas Wesleyan’s women’s soccer team began the preseason ranked sixth in the Sooner Athletic Conference. So far, the team’s season has been very up and down: After an opening win over Dallas Christian College in late August, the Lady Rams first lost four in a row and then reversed themselves,
Bubble soccer came to Wesleyan on Sept. 30, with students suiting up for a no holes barred match on the mall. Students from various majors, dressed in various attires, showed up for the friendly competition, which followed the second annual fashion show. Muhammad Hasona, freshman biology major expressed his enthusiasm
Texas Wesleyan sports graduated many players after last season. The Lady Rams’ softball team lost over half of last year’s team. After a disappointing 24-26 season in 2014 the Lady Rams look to rebuild. “We have eight freshmen,” Lady Rams’ second basemen Kendall Kizer states, “eight freshman and three transfers.