A new Baker Match record highlighted the day for the Wilmington University women’s bowling team, as it is in first place at its own 2019 DII/DIII Wildcat Invitational, 331 pins over second place, after five Baker Matches on Friday afternoon at Bowlerama.
A fast start by the opposition and an early red card doomed the top seeded Wilmington University men’s soccer team in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Semifinals against fifth seeded Georgian Court, 4-2, on Friday afternoon at Municipal Stadium.
A 19-6 start to the second half helped lead Millersville past the Wilmington University men’s basketball team, 98-87 in a nonconference matchup at the Pucillo Gym on Thursday night.
A halftime lead would disappear in the third quarter for the Wilmington University women’s basketball team, as a strong second half carried West Chester to a 72-59 victory at the WU Athletics Complex on Thursday night in the 2019-20 home opener.
Wilmington University has a tremendous tradition that includes success at the conference, regional, and national levels. There have been numerous All-Americans who have excelled during competition and in the classroom. But did you know before the Wildcats joined the NCAA in 2004, there was an impressive tradition of excellence already established?
Holy Family evened the series season and extended their winning streak to 13 straight on Wednesday night, defeating the Wilmington University volleyball team, 3-0, in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference South Division action at the WU Athletics Complex.
With their postseason win in the beginning of the week, the Wilmington University men’s soccer team was ranked third in the latest NCAA Division II Super Region 1 rankings which are conducted by the 2019 men’s soccer Regional Advisory Committee.
In a vote of the league’s sports information directors, Wilmington University cross country coach Keith Jones has been named the CACC Men’s Cross Country Coach of the Year, as announced by the conference office.
An early start for No. 2 Georgian Court would put them up 2-0 after the first half, leading them to a 3-0 win over No. 7 Wilmington University women’s soccer team in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Quarterfinal game at Investors Bank Field on Tuesday afternoon.
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