Two members of the Wells College baseball team earned honors as the North Eastern Athletic Conference announced its all-conference teams and award winners for the 2018 season. Sophomore Brandon Shirley and sophomore Dylan Nolan earned spots on the NEAC Second Team, as voted on by conference coaches.
The Wells College baseball team concluded its 2018 season with a 9-5 loss to Ithaca College on Saturday, May 5 at the Wells Turf Field. Wells finished its season with a 15-20 record, a two-win improvement over its inaugural season in 2017. Ithaca is 25-14.
Three members of the Wells College men?s lacrosse team earned all-conference recognition for the 2018 season. Tanner Mingen earned NEAC First Team honors as a short-stick defensive midfield specialist, Aaron Heisey made the NEAC Second Team at midfield, and Brady Hoose was a NEAC Third Team attackman.
Four members of the Wells College women?s lacrosse team earned all-NEAC recognition for the 2018 season. Mackenzie Maloney was a first-team pick, and Anna Bozeat, Savanah Connors, and Quinn Doubet were on the NEAC Third Team.
The Wells College women?s lacrosse team returned to postseason action for the first time since 2011 and fell at Bryn Athyn College by a 17-10 score on Tuesday, May 1 at Bryn Athyn, Pa. in a North Eastern Athletic Conference first-round matchup.
The Wells College baseball team picked up another split in a North Eastern Athletic Conference doubleheader at Keuka College on Tuesday, May 1. Wells won the first game 9-8 in eight innings, and Keuka took the second game by a 12-9 score.
The Wells College Intercollegiate Athletic Department honored its varsity teams and presented individual awards at the 2017-18 Wells College Athletics Award Ceremony and Senior Recognition. The event took place Monday, April 30 at Phipps Auditorium on campus.
The Wells College baseball team dropped two games in a North Eastern Athletic Conference doubleheader against Lancaster Bible College on Sunday, April 29 at the Wells Turf Field. Lancaster Bible edged the first game 4-3 and took the second game 10-4.
The Wells College baseball team set program records for offense in a 22-11 game two victory over Gallaudet University on Saturday, April 28. Wells scored 15 runs in the seventh inning of that game. Gallaudet won the first game 3-2.
The Wells College men?s lacrosse team wrapped up its 2018 season with a 20-6 loss at Keuka College on Saturday, April 29. Wells finished its season with a 4-9 overall record and a 2-6 mark in the North Eastern Athletic Conference.
The Wells College women?s lacrosse team went on the road and took on second-place Medaille College on Friday, April 27, and the host Mavericks came away with a 22-9 victory. Both teams have clinched berths in the NEAC playoffs next week.
Wells College women?s lacrosse junior Mackenzie Maloney earned recognition as the North Eastern Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week. It is the second time this season that Maloney has earned a weekly honor for women?s lacrosse.
The Wells College baseball team got back in the win column with a 10-3 victory over Cazenovia College in the first game of a doubleheader Sunday, April 22 at Rome, N.Y. The Wildcats took the second game 8-5.
Naomi Kubo homered three times over two games and was the winning pitcher in the opening contest during a doubleheader sweep by the Wells College softball team against Lancaster Bible College. Wells won 8-7 in the first game and 11-2 in the second game.
The Wells College women?s lacrosse team defeated visiting Lancaster Bible College 17-14 on Saturday, April 21. The victory secured a spot in the upcoming North Eastern Athletic Conference playoffs. It is the first time that Wells has qualified for the playoffs since the 2011 season.
The Wells College softball team won a pair of games in conference action Saturday, April 21 at home against Gallaudet University. The Express rallied for a 10-9 win in eight innings in the opener, and Jessica Conover pitched a two-hit shutout as Wells won the second game 3-0.
Wells College women?s lacrosse midfielder Mackenzie Maloney earned North Eastern Athletic Conference Student-Athlete of the Week honors for the week ending April 15, 2018. Maloney, a junior from Huntington, N.Y. was the Women?s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week.
The Wells College women?s lacrosse team dominated the middle portion of the game and cruised to a 17-8 victory over Cazenovia College on Sunday, April 15 at the Wells Turf Field. Wells overcame an early deficit and scored 12 straight goals to claim the victory.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team lost in four sets to Lancaster Bible College in the North Eastern Athletic Conference tournament championship match on Sunday, April 15.Wells concluded the 2018 season with a 21-8 overall record, which set program bests for total wins and winning percentage.