A big first half allowed Jefferson to cruise to an 80-43 victory over the Wilmington University women’s basketball team in its Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference opener on Tuesday night at the WU Athletics Complex.
Entering its eighth year, the Wildcat of the Week award focuses on individual performances on the field/court/course over the past seven days. Every Monday, two student-athletes (one male and one female) will be selected and featured on the home page as this week’s Wildcat of the Week.
The Wilmington University women's basketball team rounded out their weekend trip at Bowie State University Sunday afternoon in a 73-30 nonconference loss.
The Wilmington University women’s basketball team won the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t enough as Elizabeth City State took the nonconference contest, 61-34, in the 252 Downeast Women’s Invitational at the Rocky Mount Event Center.
The Wilmington University men’s basketball team survived a second half comeback by Chestnut Hill to win its Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference opener, 70-68, on Saturday in Sorgenti Arena.
Middle hitter Kacey Affrunti adds one more accolade in her student-athlete career, as she was named an American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) East All-Region performer, as voted on by the regions’ head coaches.
For the first time in program history, the Wilmington University men’s cross county team was awarded the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Rob Roman Memorial Team Sportsmanship Award following a vote among the league’s 13 teams.
Randy Rickards earned the Wildcats’ first Central Athletic Collegiate Conference Player of the Week Honor for the week of November 28th for his performance against previously undefeated West Chester University.
The Wilmington University men’s basketball team outscored Kutztown, 18-8, in the final eight minutes of the nonconference contest, earning the 75-67 victory on Monday night inside Keystone Arena.
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