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Men’s basketball team takes win against Arlington Baptist University

Hannah Parker
Richard Amaefule is a leading offensive player for Texas Wesleyan coming out of the first half.
Jaylen Anderson shoots for two points from the free throw line. (Hannah Parker)

Rams men’s basketball team won their first home game against Arlington Baptist University with a score of 107-78 in favor of the Rams. The game took place at 6 p.m. on Nov. 4 at the Sid Richardson Center.  

The Rams have turned it around following their exhibition last week against Texas Christian University.  

“I definitely believe we will win a conference championship this year,” said Montez Young Jr, junior sports communication major and forward on the court, “It always feels good to score the ball, but at the end of the day, the goal is to win so that isn’t something I focus on.” 

Leading into the second half of the game, junior finance major and forward on the

court, Richard Amaefule was a lead scorer, helping his team win Saturday evening’s game. 

“I was most proud to see everybody check into the game and lace up, especially the freshmen on the team,” Amaefule said. “This season we will get to put out the product we have worked on. 

Students, faculty, cheerleaders, and dancers were in attendance to support the game including first-year English education major and Goldline dancer Landry Hardee.  

Adetokunbo Bakare takes a shot during the first half to further the Rams’ lead. (Hannah Parker)

“I love getting to cheer on our rams,” first-year English education major and Goldline dancer Landry Hardee said. “I think the crowd was also excited to watch and cheer on our boys.”  

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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.
Hannah Parker, Managing Editor
Hannah Parker is from Arlington, Texas and joined The Rambler in 2023. She is a first generation college student and as Managing Editor, she is excited to help her team and get into the flow of things each semester. Hannah loves listening to music and writing until her hands hurt. She is looking forward to getting to write stories for the Wesleyan community and giving students an opportunity to read about what happens on campus.

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