The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference is proud to continue a new winter highlight series titled "Academics Outside the Classroom." The conference will highlight student-athletes and what they are studying away from the classroom, such as internships, student teaching, studying abroad, research in the field, certification classes, etc.
The 2018 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Fall All-Academic Teams have been announced by Commissioner Dan Mara, with Wilmington University placing 25 student-athletes on the list for their respective sports.
The Wilmington University women's soccer team were oh so close to tying the game in each half in the First Round of the CACC Tournament. Emily Navarrete nearly tied the game in the first half when trailing, 1-0, before both Jessica Unsihuay and La'Dae Boykin had chances in the final minute of the game. The 6th seeded Wildcats fell, 2-1, to the 3rd seeded Tigers. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
A pair of Wilmington University women’s soccer student-athletes have been named First Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference ahead of appearing in the CACC Tournament First Round contest on Tuesday, as voted on by the league’s head coaches.
Two chances in the final minute of play stayed out of the back of the net and the sixth seeded Wilmington University women’s soccer team’s upset bid in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament First Round was thwarted by third seeded Holy Family, 2-1, on Monday afternoon at RAMP Playground.
The Wilmington University women’s soccer team earned the No. 6 seed in the upcoming Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament, reaching the postseason for the seventh year in a row and looking for their first Tournament Championship since 2012.
Goldey-Beacom scored two goals in the second half to break a 1-1 halftime score, as the Wilmington University women’s soccer team wrapped up the regular season on the road, 3-1, on Wednesday at Nancy Churchman Sawin Field.
The Wilmington University women’s soccer team had a lead in each half against the top team from the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference, but Georgian Court responded each time and the two played to a 2-2 tie at the WU Athletics Complex on Tuesday afternoon.
The Wildcats nearly gave Georgian Court its first conference loss of the season, but settled for a 2-2 tie against the CACC top team. Rebecca Dolhansky scored in the fifth minute and Kiana Jedlicka gave the Wildcats a 2-1 lead in the 71st minute! Copyright 2018 Wilmington University. All Rights Reserved.
Maegen Doyle scored three times in the second half to lead Bridgeport past the Wilmington University women’s soccer team, 4-0, in its final nonconference contest of the season on Monday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.
A pair of first half goals by Jefferson sinks the Wilmington University women’s soccer team, 2-0, snapping a five-game Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference winning streak on Tuesday afternoon at Ravenhill Field.
Less than a minute into the game, freshman Emily Navarette scored the first goal and set the tone for Homecoming in the Wilmington University women’s soccer team’s 8-1 win over Concordia Saturday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.
The women's soccer team rolled to an 8-1 victory over Concordia on Homecoming. La'Dae Boykin and Krysta Memis scored second half goals to secure the victory in front of the large home crowd. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
Redshirt junior Kelly Robbins and freshman Cassidy McErlain scored the only two goals the Wilmington University women’s soccer team needed in a win over Central Atlantic Colligate Conference opponent Holy Family for a 2-0 shutout at the WU Athletic Complex on Wednesday afternoon.
The Wildcats have won four of their last five overall and four straight in the CACC with a 2-0 victory over Holy Family. Kate Tubo came up with big saves to keep the game scoreless before the Wildcats broke through early in the second half with a goal from Kelly Robbins in the 48th minute. Cassidy McErlain made it 2-0 in the 67th minute with her second of the season. Tubo finished with seven saves for the shutout. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
The Wilmington University cross country teams went off the normal path of its schedule this weekend and competed in the 30th Annual Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival at the Arkansas Experimental Farm, hosted by the University of Arkansas on Saturday afternoon.
The Wildcats came out and scored three goals in the first half, without allowing Nyack to take a shot, en route to a 4-0 shutout over the Warrios for their third straight CACC victory. Kelly Robbins ('10), Krysta Memis ('40), La'Dae Boykin ('41), and Jessica Unsihuay ('79) all scored for the Wildcats. Kate Tubo made four saves for the shutout. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
Jessica Unsihuay tied the match, 1-1, early in the first half, but the Wilmington University women’s soccer team dropped a 4-1 nonconference decision to LIU Post on Thursday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.
Redshirt Sophomore Jessica Unsihuay scored two goals in the first half for the Wilmington University women’s soccer team, holding firm in a 2-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory at Felician on Saturday night.
Playing its third nationally ranked opponent in its fifth game of the year, the Wilmington University women’s soccer team hung right with No. 8 Mercy, but dropped a close decision, 2-1, on Wednesday afternoon at Mercy Field.
The Wilmington University Women’s Soccer team hung tough throughout the first half of the non-conference matchup against the nationally No. 8 West Chester team, but were outscored in the second half, as West Chester took the 3-0 victory on Wednesday afternoon at the WU Athletic Complex.