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Rams win homecoming 24-13

Chiara Watson
The Rams celebrate homecoming at this years game against Wayland Baptisit University.

The Texas Wesleyan Rams football team faced Wayland Baptist University on Oct. 21 where they won with a score of 24-13. This homecoming game took place at Crowley ISD Stadium with kick-off at 2 p.m. following the university’s tailgate.  

SAC defender of the week and junior exercise science major Zeno Marchaselli said his energy coming into the game was to match the previous week’s performance.  

“We had to lock in and do our job to get the [win],” Marchaselli said.  

The Rams are down at half-time with a score of 10-13. (Chiara Watson)

During halftime, the winners of this year’s homecoming court were announced after a performance from the Goldline dancers.  

Goldline was not the only team bringing the spirit. 2010 alumna cheerleader Nikkina Robinson was there to join the current squad and other alumni to cheer on the Rams.  

“It feels great to come back and give back to the community and see the new squad,” Robinson said. 

Alumna Nikkina Robinson helps the cheer team support the Rams. (Chiara Watson)

The spirit at the stadium was supported by Texas Wesleyan’s Ram Band. 

“We are like the hype man in the crowd,” said Silas Powers, freshman musical theatre major and member of the Ram Band. “The football team may not see it the same way as the crowd, but the cheerleaders and Goldline love it because we are their music.”  

The Rams will play Texas College in their next game on Oct. 28 in Tyler, Texas. 

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Chiara Watson, Editor-in-Chief
Chiara Watson is an international student at Texas Wesleyan University, born and raised in Johannesburg South Africa. As Editor-in-Chief for the Rambler Media Group, she loves the idea of connecting with the students, parents, faculty and staff at Wesleyan through her writing. Chiara loves a good story, whether it comes in the form of a book, film, poem, or song, and is excited to share the stories closest to the hearts and minds of the Texas Wesleyan community.

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