Owens Named D3hoops.com All-RegionWesley College's Angie Owens was named to the D3hoops.com All-Atlantic Region third team after leading the Wolverines to the championship game of the ECAC South Tournament.
Wesley Falls in ECAC Championship GameWesley College's Colleen Thomas broke the Wolverines' single season record for made threes, but Wesley was bested by Juniata in the ECAC South Championship game, 72-52.
Wesley Advances to Championship GameColleen Thomas became the seventh player in school history to score at least 1,000 career points as Wesley College topped Manhattanville 70-66 in the semifinals of the ECAC South Championship Tournament.
Owens Powers Wesley Past GMCAngie Owens had 17 points, 17 rebounds, six blocks and four steals as Wesley College advanced to the semifinals with a win over Gwynned-Mercy in the ECAC South Championship Tournament.
Owens and Boyd Earn All-CAC HonorsWesley College's Angie Owens was named to the All-Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) first team, while teammate Cory Boyd was named to the second team in voting by the conference coaches.
Wesley Earns ECAC Championship BidThe Wesley College women's basketball team has been awarded a berth to the 2009 ECAC South Women's Basketball Championships and will travel to Gwynned-Mercy on Wednesday, March 4 at 7:00 PM.
Wolverines Fall in CAC SemifinalsWesley's Colleen Thomas (Howell, NJ/Howell) led all scorers with 20 points, but it wasn't enough to thwart the powerful York College Spartans from earning their 25th straight victory of the season 72-53.
Wolverines Outshoot Sea GullsWesley College shot 58 percent from the floor as a team as the Wolverines advanced to the semifinals of the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament with a 71-50 win over Salisbury.
Thomas Leads Wesley Past St. Mary'sWesley College's Colleen Thomas poured in 21 points and hit five threes as the Wolverines defeated St. Mary's (Md.) 67-60 on the road in Capital Athletic Conference action.
Wesley Falls at Mary WashingtonWesley College received 22 points and 11 rebounds from sophomore center Angie Owens, but it was not enough as Mary Washington won a defensive struggle 57-52.
Wesley Falls to #10 York CollegeDespite the efforts of Colleen Thomas and Angie Owens who score 19 and 18 points respectively, Wesley fell to the powerful #10 ranked York College 76-67.
Wesley Shoots Past BlazersMichele Mules scored a season-high 18 points as Wesley College claimed a 78-48 win over Hood on the road in Capital Athletic Conference play.
Wesley To Host Pink Zone GameThe Wesley College women's basketball team will participate in a Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Pink Zone game when York (Pa.) visits Wesley on Saturday, February 14.
Buzzer Beater Beats WesleyJanay Johnson scored at the buzzer as Wesley College fell 61-59 at Salisbury in Capital Athletic Conference play. The ending overshadowed a career-high 27 by the Wolverines' Cory Boyd.
Wolverines Ice Cold at No. 24 MarymountWesley College shot just 22 percent from the field against a stifling defense by No. 24 Marymount in a 71-37 loss on the road in Capital Athletic Conference action.
Wolverines Hold Off MustangsWesley College won for the 11th time in their last 13 games with a 54-49 win over visiting Stevenson in Capital Athletic Conference action.
Wesley Defense Keys VictoryWesley College held Gallaudet to just 28 percent shooting as the Wolverines picked up a season sweep over the Bison with a 68-51 win.
Wesley Shocks Mary WashingtonWesley College pulled off its biggest win of the season, upsetting No. 19 Mary Washington 52-48 in a defensive struggle.
Ranked YCP Team Too Much for WesleyIn a battle of a pair of streaking teams, Wesley College fell victim to a York (Pa.) ranked No. 17 by D3hoops.com in an 89-59 Spartan victory at the Grumbacher Center.
Wolverines cruise past HoodWesley's Colleen Thomas led the Wolverines (8-6, 4-1 CAC) to a romping 80-50 victory against the overmatched Blazers of Hood College (3-12, 1-5 CAC) at the Wentworth Gymnasium.
Three Pointers Lead to VictoryColleen Thomas and Latasha Torres combined to go 9-of-9 from three point range as Wesley College picked up a 69-60 win over Washington College in a battle for Delmarva Penninsula bragging rights.
Wesley Women Lose First CAC GameWesley's Angie Owens led the way with 18 points and 12 rebounds, but it was not enough as the Wolverines dropped their first Capital Athletic Conference game to visiting Marymount University
Wesley Wins Fourth StraightWesley College sophomore forward Angie Owens matched her school record set just nine days ago with 22 rebounds as the Wolverines claimed a 56-48 win at Stevenson in CAC play.
Owens Honored by ECACWesley College sophomore forward Angie Owens was named the ECAC Division III South Co-Player of the Week after her performance in the Wesley College Classic December 28-30.
Owens Named CAC Co-Player of the WeekWesley College sophomore forward Angie Owens was named the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Co-Player of the Week after her performance last week in the Wesley College Classic.
Owens' 24 Leads Wesley to VictoryAngie Owens made 10-of-14 field goals on her way to a game-high 24 points as Wesley College defeated Mount Saint Vincent on the first day of the Wesley College Classic.
Wesley Herds Bison, 86-41The Wesley College women's basketball team started CAC play in style with an 86-41 win in its home opener against visiting Gallaudet.
Wesley Falls at CatholicA 12-0 run by Catholic late in the second half erased a Wesley College lead as the Cardinals defended their home floor with a 76-64 win over the Wolverines.
Wesley Falls in Thriller at RowanA pair of free throws with 2.2 seconds left by Gina Catanzariti lifted Rowan to a 69-68 win over Wesley College in non-conference action.
Owens All-Tourney; Wesley WinsAngie Owens turned in another monster effort with 23 points, 17 rebounds and four blocked shots as Wesley College notched its first win 76-68 over Centenary (N.J.) at the Rinso Marquette Tournament.
Wesley Falls in OvertimeStaten Island's Megan Sullivan had 24 points and 24 rebounds as Wesley College dropped a 73-67 final in overtime at the Rinso Marquette Tournament at Lebanon Valley College.
Season Opener Spoiled at No. 9 DeSalesWesley's Angie Owens and Colleen Thomas combined for 33 points, but the rest of the team managed just 20 more as the Wolverines were overpowered 93-53 by No. 9 DeSales in Wesley's season opener.
Wolverines Add MayfieldWesley College women's basetball coach James Wearden has announced that 2008 Lacey Township High School graduate Stephanie Mayfield will continue her academic and athletic careers at Wesley.