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Sat Oct 13
at Bates W, 44-13
Sat Oct 20
Amherst L, 33-3
Homecoming Weekend
Sat Oct 27
Bowdoin W, 24-0
Citrin Field
Sat Nov 03
at Williams W, 21-14
Sat Nov 10
Trinity (Conn.) L, 9-0
Senior Day
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Wesleyan Loses to Trinity in Defensive Battle, 9-0


The Wesleyan University football team held Trinity College scoreless in the first half but the Bantams got on the board in the final 30 minutes to defeat the Cardinals, 9-0 in the 2018 season-finale. Trinity (8-1) claimed its third-straight NESCAC Championship and league-high ninth overall, while Wesleyan concludes the year with a 5-4 mark.

Week 9 Preview: Wesleyan (5-3) vs. Trinity (7-1)


Saturday’s game marks the 118th meeting between in-state NESCAC rivals Wesleyan and Trinity. The Bantams hold a slight 63-53-1 advantage in the series, which began in 1885, and have won three straight against the Cardinals.

Jackson Eighmy Named NESCAC Defensive Player of the Week


Sophomore defensive lineman Jackson Eighmy was named the NESCAC Defensive Player of the Week following a stellar performance in yesterday’s 21-14 win on the road against Little Three arch-rival Williams College.

WesFILES Alumni: Mike Fogarty '90


Mike Fogarty ’90 grew up in Melrose, Mass., a Northshore community of Boston, and attended St John’s Prep, an all-boys Catholic high school located in Danvers, Mass. Growing up as one of four boys, spanning only eight years, a strong competitive spirit was instilled in him at a young age as the brothers challenged each other often. In high school, he competed in three varsity sports; football, indoor track & field (winter), and outdoor track & field (spring).

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