Homecoming Events

Micah Preston, Sports Writer

October 23, 2015

It is Homecoming Week, and there are many activities going on. On Tuesday, voting polls were open to vote for this year's Homecoming Court. In addition to voting for a campus event, students can also donate clothing that will go to need people to get through the upcoming winter weather. On Wednesday,...

Wear Black to the Homecoming Game

Darius Chandler, Features Writer

October 23, 2015

The Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers have finally ended their five game road trip to establishments such as Murray State, Limestone Delta State, Central State, and Davidson. They are now playing their second home game of the year on October 24, 2015 and expecting a packed house against visiting opponent Louisiana...

Panther Football Update

Brian Thomas, Sports Writer

October 23, 2015

In the past week the Panthers hosted Davidson Wildcats 14-7 in overtime at Davidson, N.C. on Saturday afternoon. After a scoreless first quarter, the Wildcats scored shortly after the second period began on a one-run by Jeffrey Keil and a Trevor Smith kick to take the lead 7-0.The Panthers responded...

Wesleyan Football’s First Win This Season

Tim Jeffries, Sports Writer

October 11, 2015

On October 3rd, the football Panthers traveled to Wilberforce, Ohio to battle the Central State Marauders. The Panthers came out and got on the Marauders quick. The Panthers' defense, controlled the majority of the first half, held the Marauders offense to only seven points. With slight offensive adjustments,...

Women’s Basketball Prepares for Its Season

Asia Coates, Sports Writer

October 11, 2015

We on the Kentucky Wesleyan women’s basketball team are our working our tails off to get in tiptop shape before the season. We have one more week left of workouts and conditioning before we start our 20 hours a week for practice. This will extend the time on the floor and enable us to go full force...

Prowling Panthers

Darius Chandler, Sports Editor

September 14, 2015

The Kentucky Wesleyan Football Team is coming off of one of their best years since 1999, when they went 7-4. The team looks on to this upcoming season, looking nowhere but up. They even have the privilege to return 20 seniors. The football team is fortunate in having plenty of talent and potential...

Serena Williams and the U.S. Open

Katie Laughlin, Sports Editor

September 14, 2015

Serena Williams is ranked number one in the singles women’s tournament this year. Williams has played in 16 U.S Opens since her career began in 1995. She has won six titles playing singles and two titles playing doubles, all of which came from playing in past U.S. Opens. Williams has earned 69 titles...

New Football Season Begins

Micah Preston, Sports Writer

September 14, 2015

Football season is here and it is something to be excited about, despite the 52-12 loss to D1 School Murray State University in the season opener on September 3rd. The Panthers will be taking on two more Division 1 teams in their season and would be very happy to be able to shock one of those teams with...

Baseball Fighting the Grind

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

May 1, 2015

This season has been a test for the Panthers as they have had to incorporate lots of new faces on the mound. They have been searching for that mix for the pitchers and hitters to be going on the same wave length. The team has still been winning games, but they have been unable to get on a long winning...

Softball Dashes for the Top

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

May 1, 2015

Gaining momentum is huge for sports because it allows the team that is winning to feel invincible. That feeling of superiority is huge because of the mental aspect of the game. The Kentucky Wesleyan softball team was feeling just that way after the Salem International series. The team won nine more...

Ed Ryan Lecture on Israel Held On Campus

Micah Preston, Features Editor

April 1, 2015

Benjamin Pogrund was brought up in Cape Town. He began a career as a journalist in 1958, writing for the Rand Daily Mail in Johannesburg, where he eventually became deputy-editor. The Rand Daily Mail was the only newspaper in South Africa at that time to report on events in black South Africa townships....

A Good Season for Golf

Larry Robinson, Sports Editor

March 31, 2015

The Kentucky Wesleyan Panther’s golf team is divided into men’s and women’s Teams. The men's is made up of nine individuals while the women's consist of five. The golf team is one of the smallest athletic programs we have in terms of numbers per sport. Summer Newsome is the strongest player we...

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