Volunteer Power Outage: What and Why

Jaclyn Parker, Guest Contributor

March 20, 2015

Tuesday, March 24! Save the date! On March 24, some of Kentucky Wesleyan’s students will to conduct a school wide black out. That means, we need your help! On average, the school spends around $30,000 dollars on electricity each month. Professor Connelly, who teaches Writing Workshop at KWC, wants...

Spring Break Baseball Will Be Good Test

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

March 12, 2015

After the opening two series, the Panthers baseball team looks to travel even farther south to prepare for the grueling conference season. The first two weekends were great for the team to build confidence and come together to prepare for what lies ahead. The Panthers opened up the season on a high...

Softball Battles Weather

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

March 12, 2015

The Softball Panthers were stymied by the weather, but they will not allow this to be an excuse. The Panthers weekend at Bellarmine would have to be cancelled due to an immense snow storm that tore through the state. They would have to wait to play in the dome at Lewis. They would travel up north...

Baseball Ready to Take Next Step

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

February 18, 2015

It’s that time of the year again, ladies and gentleman. It’s time to fill up the right field corner and drop the tailgates and cheer on the baseball Panthers. This year’s team is poised to build of the success of last season. They return several key members from last year’s team and look to...

Softball Looking to Make Some Noise

Michael Hellmueller, Managing Editor

February 18, 2015

The softball Panthers opened up their season this past weekend in Alabama playing in the Charger Chillout, and they were more than ready. The Panthers had six tough games against quality opponents culminating in a contest with the 5th ranked team in the nation Wayne State. However, before the ladies...

Wesleyan Basketball

Micah Preston, Sports Editor

February 18, 2015

The basketball program is coming down the stretch of the basketball regular season, and both men's and women's teams have great hopes of hosting the Great Midwest Athletic Conference. The men stand at a 17-6 overall record and 6-3 while stealing first place away after this Thursday night taking down...

Wesleyan Football Ends Winning Season

Larry Robinson, Sports Reporter

December 5, 2014

The Kentucky Wesleyan football team just finished the last game of the football season. Now that the season is over, Coach Holsclaw can smile at the turn-around season. The current record of seven wins and four losses ties the Kentucky Wesleyan single season record is the best in Kentucky Wesleyan football...

Kenjah Bosley named GMAC Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week

Tim Jefferies, Sports Reporter

December 3, 2014

As there have been strong guard play around the Great Midwest Athletic Conference reigned supreme again, Kentucky Wesleyan floor general Kenjah Bosley was selected as the GMAC Men's Basketball Athlete of the Week on Monday, December 1. Bosley guided the Panthers to a pair of non-conference wins against...

Women’s Basketball Wins Against Berea

Brian Thomas, Sports Editor

December 3, 2014

Still searching for their first win, the Kentucky Wesleyan women's basketball team returned home for a meeting with Berea College, a team they hadn't played since 1979. That night Bria Wright's double-double of 11 points and 14 rebounds was more than enough for KWC, who never trailed in the game and...

Panther Cross Country Hosts GMAC Champrionships

Sam Porter, Sports Reporter

November 16, 2014

The Kentucky Wesleyan Cross Country teams hosted the GMAC championships this past weekend at Yellow Creek Park. The Men and Women’s team both finished 5th in the conference, both improvements from last season. The Men were once again led by sophomore Seth Applegate, who finished 18th in the conference...

Panther Football Finishes Winning Season

Summer Alford, Sports Reporter

November 10, 2014

Coming into the 2014 season, Coach Holsclaw was looking to change things around. At the beginning of the summer, he developed a theme that would stick with the players – “Operation Turnaround.” This turnaround started with a change in the coaching staff and spread to the incoming class of recruits...

Volleyball Season Mixture of Wins, Losses

Linda Albrecht, Features Editor

October 29, 2014

KWC volleyball has so far had a season of ups and downs. After losing senior setter Jordan Rickert, the team had to rely on freshman setters Morgan Switalla, Courtney Gildae, and Sarah Swenson to lead the team. They also look to seniors Chelsea Brothers, Bridget Johnson, Summer Alford, Rae Garvison,...

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