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November 9, 2016 Football Wesleyan Football Attends Second Annual 'Battle of the Birds' Press Luncheon MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The head coaches and captains of the Wesleyan University and Trinity College football programs spoke in front of media members and alumni at the second annual ‘Battle of the Birds’ press luncheon Wednesday at the Hartford Club, in advance of Saturday’s matchup.
November 9, 2016 Football Week 8 Preview: Wesleyan vs. Trinity Two of the NESCAC’s hottest teams meet on the gridiron Saturday, Nov. 12 as Wesleyan (6-1) and Trinity (7-0) square off in the 116th-meeting of the “Battle of the Birds” at 12 p.m. The Cardinals enter Saturday’s contest riding a six-game winning streak, which is the second longest win streak in the conference behind the Bantam’s eight-straight victories, dating back to last season.
November 6, 2016 Football Mark Piccirillo '19 Named NESCAC Offensive Player of the Week MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – Sophomore quarterback Mark Piccirillo of the Wesleyan University football team was named the NESCAC Offensive Player of the Week for his stellar performance in the Cardinals’ 59-14 rout of Little Three archrival Williams College.
November 5, 2016 Football Wesleyan Wins Little Three Title; Cruises to 59-14 Rout Over Williams The Wesleyan University football team scored eight touchdowns in the first half, led by a terrific performance from sophomore quarterback Mark Piccirillo, as the Cardinals cruised to a commanding 59-14 win over Williams College Saturday afternoon to claim the Little Three title for the second time in the past four seasons, and the first since 2013.
November 2, 2016 Football Week 7 Preview: Wesleyan at Williams This Saturday, Nov. 5, the Wesleyan University football team eyes its 14th Little Three title – and first since 2013 – when the Cardinals square off against Williams College at the Weston Athletic Complex at 1 p.m. Wesleyan (5-1) is riding a five-game winning streak, while the Ephs (0-6) are still looking for their first win of 2016.
November 1, 2016 Football WesFiles Player Profile: Ben Kurtz ’17 Ben Kurtz knew he wanted to come to Wesleyan. In fact, it was the only school he applied to coming out of Wyoming High School in Wyoming, Ohio, where he set team records as a wide receiver for most receiving yards in a season (1,022) and a game (301). But when Kurtz came to campus as freshman, he learned he would be lining up in a different position, tight end.