Wesley College’s Tristin Burris has been selected by the Capital Athletic Conference athletic directors and sports information directors as the 2012-13 CAC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, it was announced by the league office on Monday afternoon.
Sosthene Kapepula of the football team was named the Wesley College Male Athlete of the Year while field hockey/golf's Madison Leone and five-sport athlete Tristin Burris shared Female Athlete of the Year honors, it was announced at the Annual Senior Honors Banquet held at the Outdoor Amphitheater on campus Wednesday night.
Nina Cornog matched a career-high with five goals to lead the Wesley College women's lacrosse team to a 15-9 victory at Centenary (N.J.) on Saturday afternoon. The Wolverines improve to 5-7 on the year while the Cyclones fall to 3-6.
Despite rallying from an early four goal deficit to tie the game, the Wesley College women’s lacrosse team fell at Capital Athletic Conference rival Frostburg State, 19-11 on Sunday afternoon at Bobcat Stadium.
Both Wesley College lacrosse games that were scheduled for today, men’s lacrosse vs. United States Merchant Marine Academy and women’s lacrosse at Notre Dame (Md.), have been cancelled due to inclement weather.
In a very low scoring affair, the Wesley College women’s lacrosse team fell at St. Joseph’s (L.I.), 5-2, on Sunday afternoon at Danzi Stadium. The Wolverines fall to 1-3 on the season while the Eagles improve to 2-1.
Jen Jacobs and Alyse Obermeyer both recorded hat tricks and Rylee Gould finished with four points as the Wesley College women’s lacrosse team defeated the United States Merchant Marine Academy, 16-2, on a rainy Saturday afternoon at Scott D. Miller Stadium.
Despite a game-high six points from Jen Jacobs, the Wesley College women’s lacrosse team fell to Neumann University, 11-7, on Wednesday night at Scott D. Miller Stadium in the 2013 season opener. Jacobs tallied three goals and three assists on the night.