Athletic News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • Girls Lacrosse Headed to State

    With an epic 12-11 victory over Westminster in overtime, the Wolves have punched their ticket to the GHSA State Finals against Pace.  The game will take place at Denmark High School at 12pm, tickets may be purchase at this link for $15.
  • Varsity Track & Field Round-Up

    Congratulations to the following Wolves who have secured a bid to the State Track Meet in Albany, GA this Thursday-Saturday.  Tickets may be purchased at this link.  Schedule of events may be found at this link.

    Thursday 5/11 (all events are finals)
    10am – boys triple jump – Jamie Tremble
    12pm – girls triple jump – Skyla Dau & Johanna Potter
    2pm – boys pole vault – Paul Weidle
    4pm – girls pole vault – Holland Ragsdale
    6pm – 4x800 relay
    • Girls – Julie Ann Bush, Anne McSweeney, Kyra Brubaker, Eva Murphy, Abigail Glover, Caroline Trice, Kate O’Shields, Ansley Voss
    • Boys – Wood Moore, Andrew Cook, Christopher Izzo, Landon Jonas, Henry Wasmuth, Trent DeBow, Paul Weidle, Carter Hayes
    Friday 5/12 (all events are prelims, except the 1600)
    12pm – 100 meter hurdles – Tia Hall
    1:20pm – 1600 FINAL
    • Girls – Anne McSweeney, Julie Anne Bush, Eva Murphy
    • Boys – Wood Moore, Christopher Izzo
    2:20pm – 400 – Johanna Potter
    3:40pm – 800 – Anne McSweeney, Kyra Brubaker
    Saturday 5/13 (all events are FINALS)
    4pm – 3200
    • Girls – Eva Murphy, Julie Anne Bush
    • Boys – Wood Moore, Landon Jonas
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  • Varsity Boys Soccer Round-Up

    Postseason Awards
    D1 Varsity
    AAA Coach of the Year - Guillermo Vallejo
    AAA Player of the Year - Roman Reynolds

    All County - Roman Reynolds
    Gwinnett Co. Scholar Athlete - Thomas Cook
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  • Varsity Baseball Round-Up

    Post-Season Awards:
    Region Player of the Year: Schley Gordy
    First Team All-Region: Grayson McCollum, Reed Purcell, Dominick Scalese
    Second Team All-Region: Bo Britt, Townes Hardy, Stacy Johnson
    Honorable Mention All-Region: Will Tucker, Forrest Lietz
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  • Varsity Boys Golf Round-Up

    The Boys Golf Team won the Area crown by a whopping 17 strokes.  Low Medalist honors for the tournament were shared by Andy Scott and Beau Jackson.
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  • Varsity Girls Soccer Round-Up

    Post-Season Awards
    All-County: Lainey Jerding, Cady Triplett
    Gwinnett Co. Scholar-Athlete: Laurel Edge

    Region Player of the Year: Lainey Jerding
    Region Coach of the Year: Glenn Archer
    First Team: Lainey Jerding, Laurel Edge, Cady Triplett, Anna Sparks
    Second Team: Olivia Cardile, Alex Edgar, Emma Glazier

    D1 Varsity All-Star Game participants: 
    Anna Sparks, Cady Triplett, Lainey Jerding, Laurel Edge
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  • Varsity Boys Tennis Round-Up

    The boys advanced to the Final 4 of the GHSA tournament with their 3-1 victory over Columbus.  Landon Clement, Connor Hewitson, and the doubles combination of Matthew Godfrey and Aidan Abraham sealed the deal.
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  • Varsity Girls Tennis Round-Up

    The Varsity girls defeated Columbus 3-2 behind wins from Sophie Gibbs, Lauren Tucker, and the Doubles combination of Alexa Chase and Chloe Shaia.  That victory pushed them through to the Final 4!

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  • Nydam and Chipman Win Dooley Awards

    Seniors Thomas Chipman and Lily Nydam each won the Vincent J. Dooley Award, presented annually by Athletes for a Better World and the Georgia High School Association. Each year, every high school in Georgia is invited to select one male and one female senior athlete to receive the Vincent J. Dooley Award. The award recipients are chosen for their distinguished individual character, outstanding teamwork, and citizenship.  The purpose of the awards and scholarships is to call attention to the high esteem in which the values of hard work, sportsmanship, and community service are held, so that they may become a stronger part of the ethos of participation in Georgia high school sports. 

    Learn more at this link!
  • 14 seniors to play college athletics

    Students, faculty, and parents recently gathered on the Morris-Fletcher Quadrangle for the Spring Signing Ceremony! Among those celebrated were 14 senior Wolves. 
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Alumni News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Nea Sanders '22 Enters SMU Record Book

    In her Freshman campaign, Nea Sanders is already making her mark on the SMU Indoor Track and Field program and record book.  She recently broke the school record for the 60m dash with a blistering time of 8.71s!
  • Tucker Cannon '16

    Wesleyan School inducts Cannon, Kavel, and Reed into the Athletic Circle of Honor

    On Friday, Jan. 6, Wesleyan School inducted the 2023 class to the Wesleyan School Athletic Circle of Honor. This year’s inductees were Tucker Cannon ‘16, Jameson Kavel ‘17, and Kylie Reed ‘16. 
  • Coxhead Named Academic All-District

    Liam Coxhead '18 recently earned Academic All-District honors from the organization of College of Sports Communicators!  Coxhead played in 17 games this season and started the final seven for the Bears. The midfielder from Peachtree Corners, Georgia had one assist this season which came in a win versus VMI in October. Coxhead is an Industrial Engineering and engineering management major.  To qualify for the College Sports Communicators Academic All-District Team, each of these students was required to maintain at least a 3.5 GPA while playing in a majority of the team's games. 
  • James Ramsey ‘08 inducted into FSU Athletics Hall of Fame

    James Ramsey ‘08 was recently inducted in the Florida State University (FSU) Athletics Hall of Fame.  
  • Druw Jones '22

    Druw Jones '22 drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks

    Wesleyan School graduate Druw Jones ’22 was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks as the second overall selection in last night’s Major League Baseball draft.

    A Wesleyan evergreen who attended Wesleyan from kindergarten through twelfth grade, Jones completed his high school baseball career alongside his teammates and coaches when the team won the state championship in May of this year. This summer, Jones was named the Gatorade Georgia Baseball Player of the Year, and he is a two-time Gwinnett Daily Post high school baseball player of the year. Jones currently holds Wesleyan School records for career and single season batting average, as well as most hits.
  • Kavel '17 Finalist for USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year

    Jameson Kavel continues to make waves for the Duke Blue Devils in her final year of NCAA eligibility.  This season Kavel has become the Blue Devil career Home Run leader, and Runs Scored leader.  She is poised to also set the mark for career Doubles and RBI.  On the season she sports a .436 average with 15 HR, 42 RBI, and 14 doubles.  For her efforts, USA Softball has named her to the group of 25 finalists for Collegiate Player of the Year.  Click here to read more.
  • Boston Globe profiles David Andrews and his Heart for Service

    The Boston Globe recently profiled David Andrews for his service work in the Boston area.  Click Here to read more!
  • Mikayla Coombs '17

    Mikayla Coombs ’17 named SEC women’s basketball scholar-athlete of the year

    Congratulations to Wesleyan alumna Mikayla Coombs ’17, who was recently named the Southeastern Conference women’s basketball scholar-athlete of the year! Coombs is in her second year playing for the University of Georgia (UGA) after transferring from the University of Connecticut, and she is pursuing a master’s degree in sports management. While at Wesleyan, Coombs led the varsity girls basketball team to a state championship in 2017, as well as state runner-up finishes in 2014 and 2016.
  • Coombs earns spot on SEC Community Service Team

    Mikayla Coombs, a Senior basketball player at UGA, has earned recognition from the Southeastern Conference for her community service work in the Athens area.
  • Wolves in College Lacrosse, Track, and Golf

    Tabitha Conrad, Will Stakel, Jada Richardson, and Mac Howie represent Wesleyan in the College Ranks.