Athletic News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • 7th Grade Wolves Advance in League Tournament

    The 7th Grade boys basketball team defeated GACS on Wednesday to advance to the Final Four of the Buckhead Rotary League Tournament. The Wolves jumped out to a quick lead with 6 three pointers in the first half, 3 each from Grant Schelhammer and Brody Bacon. For the ninth time this season, Matthew Wright led the Wolves in scoring with 16 points. Schelhammer and Bacon added 12 and 10 points, respectively.
  • 8th Grade Wolves Edge the Titans

    The 8th Grade boys basketball team defeated Blessed Trinity on Wednesday by one point on a last second putback by Jacob Binney as time expired. The Wolves will face the Titans again on Saturday in the first round of tournament play.
  • JV Boys Basketball Defeats the Scots

    The JV boys basketball team defeated Galloway at home on Tuesday. The Wolves were led in scoring by Nate Kerpics and Carson Ballard with 12 points apiece.
  • JV Girls Basketball Tops Galloway

    The JV girls basketball team defeated Galloway on Tuesday at home. The Lady Wolves were led by Morgan Damm (13 points), Imani Washington (12 points), and Abby Scott (9 points).
  • Region Sweep for Varsity Basketball

    The Varsity girls and boys basketball teams each defeated Galloway in region play on Tuesday at Wesleyan. Click here for recap.
  • 7th Grade Boys Basketball Defeats Perimeter

    The 7th Grade boys basketball team defeated Perimeter Christian on Thursday.  Brody Bacon hit a big three-pointer late in the first quarter to start a 16-0 run to propel the Wolves to a 17-point lead at the half.  Ryan Ward and Matthew Wright led the scoring attack with 10 points each, while Brayden Tidwell and Bacon scored 9 and 8 points, respectively.
  • 8th Grade Wolves Defeat the Eagles

    The 8th Grade boys basketball team defeated Perimeter on Thursday.  The shorthanded Wolves played tough defense and rebounded the ball well to secure a win.  Josh Kavel and Townes Hardy led the scoring with 18 and 10 points, respectively, while Anakin Brown chipped in 9 points.  Owen Hodges added 7 points to go along with an outstanding effort securing critical rebounds in the second half of play.
  • Weekend Sweep for Varsity Boys Basketball

    The Varsity boys basketball team swept their competition over the weekend, defeating Holy Innocents' on Friday and Mt. Paran on Saturday. Against Mt. Paran, Tate Gilley led the Wolves with 22 points, followed by Micah Smith with 13 points. See Friday's recap here.
  • 7th Grade Girls Basketball Defeats Perimeter

    The 7th Grade girls basketball team picked up a win over Perimeter on Thursday afternoon. In a total team effort, the Lady Wolves got strong play from MJ James and Ella Troung (12 points each), CeCe Miller and Camryn Register (6 points each), Lindsay Bobo (4 points, 3 steals), Charley Jackson (5 points), and Reagan McCoy (4 points).
  • 8th Grade Lady Wolves Top the Eagles

    The 8th Grade girls basketball team defeated Perimeter on the road on Thursday. The Lady Wolves were led by Rylee Pierce with 16 points, Lainey Jerding with 8 points, and Maki Edwards who added 6 points in the win.


Alumni News

List of 10 news stories.

  • 2020 Athletics Circle of Honor Inductions

    Congratulations to Cort Coxhead '14, Rhett Delk '13, and Kelly Hall Stafford '07 who were inducted into the Wesleyan Athletics Circle of Honor on Friday evening.
  • Strickland Named to All-Decade Tennis Team

    Congratulations to Sophia Strickland, class of 2016, who was named to the Women's Tennis All-Decade Team for Johns Hopkins. Strickland, a team captain who plays #2 singles and #1 doubles, was one of two active players to receive this honor, along with her current doubles partner. See story here.
  • Love of Baseball Remains Strong for Hall

    A career-ending back injury as a freshman at Georgia Tech derailed plans for Carter Hall (class of 2015) to continue his baseball career, but his hopes of working in professional baseball in a non-playing compacity remain strong. See story here.

  • Jordan Mack '16 Named Jim Tatum Award Recipient by the ACC

    Wesleyan graduate and University of Virginia senior linebacker Jordan Mack has been named the recipient of the 2019 Jim Tatum Award by the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). The award is given each year to the top senior student-athlete among the league's football players.
  • Armstrong Leads Lady Bulldogs to First Road Win

    Natalie Armstrong, class of 2017, scored 24 points and pulled down 14 rebounds in Samford's win over North Alabama. See story here.
  • Weed Earns All-Conference Honors

    Congratulations to Ryan Weed, class of 2017, who was named to the 2019 All-Centennial Conference Second Team. Weed is 2nd on the team in tackles with a career-high 67 on the season for Johns Hopkins. See story here.
  • Big Day for Lloyd and Cedarville Yellow Jackets

    Maddie Lloyd, class of 2018, recorded 17 assists, 7 digs, and 1 ace for Cedarville University in their upset win over #2 conference rival Walsh. See story here.
  • Former Wolves Face Off in Early Season Clash

    Sutton West ('18) and Nikki McDonald ('15) took to the court on Sunday as Furman defeated Georgia Southern. West had a career high 9 rebounds to go along with 7 points and 3 blocks for the Paladins, while McDonald finished with 12 points and 6 rebounds for the Eagles. See story here.
  • Hall Nominated for Salute to Service Award

    Congratulations to Chad Hall, class of 2004, who has been nominated for the Salute to Service Award presented by USAA. This award recognizes NFL players, coaches, and personnel who “demonstrate an exemplary commitment to honoring and supporting the military community”. Currently the Wide Receivers Coach for the Buffalo Bills, Hall played football for the Air Force Academy before serving as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. See story here.
  • Register Back in Action for the Monarchs

    Amaya Register, class of 2018, returns to the court for Old Dominion after suffering a preseason ACL injury last year. Click here for story.