Athletic News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • Middle School Softball Round-Up

    The MS Lady Wolves pushed their season record to 9-5 on Saturday with a 15-8 victory at Woodward Academy.  Collins Gifford led the offensive output driving in for runs; eight different girls crossed home plate for the visiting Lady Wolves.  May May Miller and Haley Roebuck each had three hits while Brooke Parkes scored four runs with Roebuck and Siena Myers each scoring three.  Parkes pitched three innings striking out five to record her 7th win on the season.
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  • 2022 Varsity Volleyball Team

    Varsity Volleyball Round-Up

    The Wolves lost to Peachtree Ridge in a tight 3-game match (17-25, 25-18, 15-17), but rebounded with a win over Duluth (25-9, 25-22) in the Gold Bracket of the Gwinnett County Championships.  Nadia Desbordes had 14 kills and MJ Reinhard had 3 aces.
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  • Register for Hit & Howl

    Save the date, Thursday, November 3rd, (*NEW* Men's Night) 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. and Friday, November 4th, (Ladies' Day) 8:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., and plan to join your friends at the Atlanta Athletic Club! On Thursday evening, the guys will enjoy tennis, heavy hors d'oeuvres, and fellowship at the first ever Hit & Howl Men's Night. Friday will be a fun day of tennis for the ladies followed by a delicious catered lunch outside in the 1898 House. Both events will feature unique raffle prizes and awesome silent auction items! 
    Don’t miss this signature Wolf Trackers event benefiting Wesleyan Athletics! Players will be placed into flights by ability and grouped into teams. This social tennis event is fun for players of all levels!  The registration deadline is Monday, October 24th!  CLICK HERE to register and/or sponsor TODAY! Please contact Hit & Howl Chairs, Lee Callahan ( and Tricia Miller (, with questions. 
  • 2022 Team Photo

    Varsity Softball Round-Up

    The Wolves came from behind to pull out a close Region win over White County, 3-2.  Ryley Kutter pitched 7 inning and went 2-2 from the plate including the go-ahead solo homerun in the 6th inning.  Sarah Wren went 2-3 on the night.
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  • JV Softball Round-Up

    The Junior Varsity Wolves softball team dropped their game versus Chamblee last night by the score of 3-2.  We battled back from a one-run deficit to take a 2-1 lead going into the bottom of the 6th inning, but we surrendered 2 runs to Chamblee in the bottom of the 6th inning.  Jessica Epps tallied 2 hits and had an RBI and Audrey Doss hit a double and had an RBI.
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  • Middle School Tennis Round-Up

    The Middle School Boys tennis team returned to their winning ways by defeating Westminster at home on Wednesday by a close score of 3-2.  Jack Manning was a standout in singles, as were Andy Mo and Ried Oetting in doubles. In exhibition play, both Shaan Sancheti and Harrison Baughman posted convincing wins.  The final match of the regular season will be played next Thursday at Woodward Academy, and then the Wolves will be on to the playoffs!

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  • Cross Country Round-Up

    The Running Wolves set Personal Records all over the place this Saturday at the Southern Stampede in Hunstville, AL, an invitational event for some of the top programs across the Southeastern region.  The girls team was led by our top 3 runners who all set new lifetime PR’s: Julie Anne Bush (20:17), Ella Richards (20:40), and Abigail Glover (20:49).  The boys team was led by Wood Moore (16:43), Andrew Cook (17:08) and Christopher Izzo (17:48). Andrew and Wood set lifetime PR’s, and Wood's perfomance landed him 15th in school history.
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  • Ella Richards Honored by MileSplit Georgia

    Senior Ella Richards was honored as an "Unsung Hero" for the Wesleyan Girls Cross Country team for her work at the Big Peach Stampede last weekend!  Read more at this link.
  • JV Volleyball Round-Up

    Your JV Volleyball team continued their strong season with wins over Gilmer and West Hall yesterday.  Leading the Wolves statistically were Caroline Stickney with 21 assists, 12 aces, and 6 kills and Katie Leeming with 14 kills while Emma Runyon provided outstanding defense from as the Libero.
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  • Middle School Volleyball Round-Up

    B Team:  Volleyball B team went 3-1 and ended 3rd in the Gold Bracket at the MS Gwinnett Championship hosted by Hebron after defeating Brookwood, Seckinger, and Hebron 2-0 each, and falling short to GAC 0-2.  The whole team aced 51 times in the four matches. Grace McLeod led the Lady Wolves with 20 aces and 14 kills. Emery Dekreek had an incredible performance too with 13 aces and 4 kills.
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Alumni News

List of 10 news stories.

  • 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.
  • 10 Baseball Alums Playing in College

    This Spring, 10 Wesleyan Baseball alums will take the diamond from Hawaii to New Hampshire.
  • 2015 Baseball State Championship

    Alumni spotlight: Q&A with Carter Hall '15, certified MLB agent

    Share a little about your story- what experiences or opportunities led you to your current role? 
    My story really started the day I was born. I have had the privilege to watch my dad coach at Georgia Tech since the day I was born, and I watched him impact so many lives. The days spent on that campus growing up and as a student-athlete is where my passion blossomed. After a spinal fusion my junior year at Georgia Tech, I knew my playing career was over, and I started to inquire about potential jobs in Major League Baseball front offices. I had conversations with a couple different teams, but I ultimately settled on the Blue Jays due to the thoroughness of their vetting process. I knew that if they took hiring this seriously, it was the place for me.
  • 6 Softball Alums Playing College Ball

    Six Wesleyan Softball alums will be lacing up their spikes across the country to play college softball this spring.