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News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • Coach Wolf Named State Strength Coach of the Year

    Congratulations to Dustin Wolf who was named the 2019 State High School Strength Coach of the Year by the National High School Strength Coaches Association (NHSSCA). This award is given annually to a High School Strength and Conditioning Coach in recognition of his or her coaching achievements and passion for the profession.
  • Mitchell Earns MVP Honors in All-Star Game

    Congratulations to junior Lucy Mitchell who was named MVP of the Divarsity All-Star Soccer Game on Sunday. Mitchell scored 2 goals, including the game winner, with 3 minutes left to play.
  • Three Wolves Named First Team All-State

    Congratulations to Chloe Hangartner, Whitaker Welch and Tabitha Conrad who earned First Team All-State honors for lacrosse. See story here.
  • DiVarsity All-Star Lacrosse Game

    Congratulations to Cardo Gottlich, Whitaker Welch & Anna Rae Copeland who represented Wesleyan at the Divarsity All-Star Lacrosse games at Sprayberry on Sunday and to Coach Rider & Myrick who were chosen to help coach.
  • Second State Championship in Three Years for Varsity Girls Soccer

    The Varsity Girls Soccer team defeated Pinecrest to win the Class A State Championship on Thursday at McEachern. Congratulations to the players and coaches on an outstanding season. See story here.
  • Varsity Boys Soccer Wins State Championship

    Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Soccer team and coaches who defeated Whitefield Academy to win the GHSA Class A State Championship on Thursday at McEachern. Click here for story.
  • Athletes Shine at State Track and Field Meet

    The Girls and Boys Track teams competed in the state finals at Berry College over the weekend, with the girls finishing 6th in state and the boys coming in 10th place. Highlights include the following: Matthew Stainback (State Champion Pole Vault), Nea Sanders (2nd 400m, 3rd 300m hurdles), Margaret Dudley (2nd 100m hurdles), Josh Aspinwall (5th shot put), Mac Howie (5th 3200m, 8th 1600m), Imani Washington (5th shot put), Danielle Kelly (6th 3200m), Emrie Harbour (7th 100m hurdles), Kensie Pierce (8th high jump), and the Boys 4x400m Relay (8th Jamarcus Davidson, Micah Smith, Trent Bartlett, Mac Howie). See full meet results here.
  • Varsity Baseball Splits with Savannah Christian

    The Varsity Baseball team defeated Savannah Christian, but fell short in game two on Tuesday in Savannah. The Wolves will play the deciding game three today at 3:30 p.m. See story here.
  • Wesleyan Lacrosse Players Earn All-County Honors

    Congratulations to the following lacrosse players who were honored by the Gwinnett Lacrosse League at their annual awards banquet: Tabitha Conrad (Girls Defensive Player of the Year), Chloe Hangartner (1st Team Attack, Leadership Award), Whitaker Welch (1st Team Attack), Lauren Oakes (3rd Team Defense), Katie Tanner (3rd Team Midfield, Scholar Athlete), Michael Nicklaus (3rd Team Midfield), Jackson Turner (3rd Team Face-Off), Daniel Woods (Scholar Athlete) and Davis Chapman (Leadership). See story here.
  • Family Legacy Proves Strong for Jones and Blauser

    From the start of the season, the freshmen duo of Druw Jones and Cooper Blauser have made their mark as valuable assets on the Varsity Baseball team. Click here for Gwinnett Daily Post feature story.
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Alumni News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Hall Leads Jackets to Victory Over Pitt

    Colin Hall, class of 2017, went 4-4 at the plate to lead Georgia Tech to victory over Pittsburgh on Thursday. See story here.
  • Henning Lands on Big East Honor Roll

    Congratulations to Cassie Henning, class of 2018, who earned a spot on the Big East Weekly Honor Roll for the first time this season. Henning helped lead the Georgetown Softball team to two wins over Butler, recording 3 RBI’s and a run in game one and pitching her first complete-game win in game two. See story here.
  • Hodges Wins First Place in High Jump

    Jalen Hodges, class of 2016, took first place in the high jump for Winthrop at the UNC Wilmington Invitational. See story here.
  • Strickland Leads Johns Hopkins to Conference Win

    Sophia Strickland, class of 2016, helped lead Johns Hopkins to a win over Swarthmore to open conference play on Saturday. With the win, Strickland moved into the top 25 in school history for career singles wins. See story here.

  • Kavel Continues to Shine for Duke Softball

    Jameson Kavel, class of 2017, went 2-3 with 1 RBI and 2 runs for Duke in their win over Campbell. Kavel was also recently named to the All-Tournament team at the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge in Mexico. Click here for story.
  • Sweet Victory for David Andrews

    Congratulations to David Andrews, class of 2011, who helped lead the New England Patriots to their second Super Bowl win in three years. Several of Andrews' Wesleyan coaches and teammates were in attendance at the game to show their support. Click here for story. See video here with Head Football Coach Franklin Pridgen after the game.
  • Hall Named Wide Receivers Coach for the Bills

    Congratulations to Chad Hall, class of 2004, who was promoted to Wide Receivers Coach for the Buffalo Bills after spending the last 2 seasons as an offensive assistant for the team. See story here.
  • Andrews Headed to Atlanta for Super Bowl

    David Andrews, class of 2011, is headed to Atlanta with the New England Patriots to take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII. Andrews, starting center and a captain for the Patriots, will be making his third Super Bowl appearance in four seasons in the NFL. See story here.
  • Armstrong Leads Bulldogs in Points and Rebounds

    Natalie Armstrong, class of 2017, tied her career-high scoring with 19 points and grabbed 8 rebounds for the Samford Bulldogs in their overtime loss to Mercer on Saturday. See story here.
  • Ramsey Named Assistant Coach at Georgia Tech

    Congratulations to James Ramsey, class of 2008, who was named Assistant Baseball Coach at Georgia Tech. Ramsey was a standout player at Wesleyan and Florida State followed by 7 years of minor league baseball. Click here for story.
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