Nothing was falling for the Wilmington University women’s basketball team as it dropped a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference contest to Goldey-Beacom, 76-54, on Saturday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.
Wilmington University softball head coach Mike Shehorn has announced the addition of a Winter All Skills Clinics in January to be held at the WU Athletics Complex.
Second year head coach Kevin Day is hosting a Wilmington University Women’s Lacrosse Prospect Day at the WU Athletics Complex on Saturday, January 26 for all girls currently in grades 8-12.
Men’s and Women’s Athletic Teams Lead the 2018-19 Alfred R. Restaino Sr. Cup Following Fall Campaigns
Concluding the fall athletic seasons, the Wilmington University Men’s and Women’s fall athletic teams came out on top in the 2018-19 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Alfred R. Restaino Sr. Cup, as announced by Commissioner Dan Mara.
Men’s Soccer’s Daniel Loyo and Dimitrios Topouzlis Earn 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-American Status
The postseason accolades continue to roll in for the Wilmington University men’s soccer team, this time highlighting the outstanding combined performances of on the field and in the classroom as two Wildcats were named to the 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-America® Division II Men's Soccer teams, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
In its first Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference matchup of the season, the Wilmington University men’s basketball team came out on top against Jefferson, 69-62, Tuesday night at the WU Athletics Complex.
The 19th ranked Jefferson Rams had all five starters reach double figures as they defeated the Wilmington University women’s basketball team, 83-58, to open Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference play on Tuesday night at the WU Athletics Complex.
Hosting the Second Annual Wildcat DII/DIII Invitational, the Wilmington University bowling team went into Sunday’s bracket play with a shot at third place overall, finishing sixth after three days of action at Bowlerama.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. - - Running on the final day of the NCAA Division II season is what every student-athlete strives to accomplish when the first day of preseason begins. Wilmington University cross country senior Mark Corrigan accomplished that goal and finished 144th overall at the NCAA Division II National Championship in Schenly Park on Saturday morning.
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