On their first play in overtime, David Estevez ran 25 yards for the game-winning touchdown as the Wesleyan football team defeated Williams, 27-21 during Homecoming Weekend on Andrus Field at Corwin Stadium Saturday. With the win, the Cardinals, who defeated Amherst in double-overtime a week ago, claimed the Little Three title outright for the third time in the past seven seasons.
results & upcoming eventscomposite schedule nescac standings
Little Three archrivals Wesleyan and Williams meet on the gridiron for the 125th time Saturday and both enter the game with 6-1 records. The Ephs hold a 76-43-5 advantage in the all-time series but the Cardinals have won six straight dating back to the 2013 season. During the win streak, Wesleyan has outscored Williams 180-49.
The Wesleyan football team continues to rack up NESCAC weekly honors as sophomore wide receiver Matthew Simco earned the Offensive Player of the Week award and sophomore defensive back Danny Banks secured the Defensive Player of the Week laurel as the duo helped guide the Cardinals to a thrilling double-overtime win at Amherst yesterday, 31-28.
Mason Von Jess hit the game-winning field goal in double overtime as the Wesleyan football team defeated Little Three archrival Amherst in a thriller on Saturday afternoon at Pratt Field, 31-28.
When searching for a life-long commitment, drive, and dedication towards Wesleyan football, look no further than Dave Patterson ’86. Throughout his time during and after his Wesleyan career, the program has remained central to Patterson’s life.
Wesleyan (5-1) and Amherst (4-2) meet on the gridiron this Saturday, October 26th for the 125th time in the storied rivalry between Little Three foes. After shutting out the Mammoths 20-0 in 2016, Amherst has rallied by winning the last two games. Both teams are coming off a loss and will look to get back to their winning ways this weekend. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Pratt Field at Lehrman Stadium.