The Wells College men?s volleyball team won two matches Sunday, March 17 at home, both in straight sets, over Wilson College and Penn State Behrend. The Express improved to 18-7 overall and 3-2 in the North Eastern Conference with the victories.
The Wells College baseball team lost 12-8 at Dickinson College on Sunday, March 17 to wrap up its spring trip. Dickson led 6-0 and 11-3 before a late rally for Wells came up short. The Red Devils are 11-2 on the season and Wells is 4-6.
The Wells College women?s lacrosse team rallied from a halftime deficit and took a lead late in the game, but eventually fell by a 19-18 score against Wesley College on Sunday, March 17 at Drass Field in Dover, Delaware.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team split a pair of matches at home Saturday, March 16 at the Schwartz Athletic Center. In a North Eastern Athletic Conference meeting, Lancaster Bible College rallied for a five-set victory over the Express. Wells closed the afternoon with a three-set win over John Jay College.
The Wells College baseball team swept a doubleheader against Centenary University to wrap up its week of games at Myrtle Beach, S.C. Wells took the opening game 7-6 and won the second game 10-3 on Friday, March 15. The Express is 3-5 on the year and Centenary is 3-8.
The Wells College baseball team picked up a win over Clarks Summit in a neutral site game at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on Thursday, March 14. Wells took control with four runs in the second and two more in the third to take a 6-1 lead en route to the victory. Wells is 2-5 on the season and Clarks Summit is 0-6.
The Wells College baseball team dropped a pair of games as it continued its spring-break series of games in Myrtle Beach, S.C. On Tuesday, March 12, Wells lost 9-6 in extra innings to Albertus Magnus. On Wednesday, March 13 the Express lost 13-0 against Penn College.
The Wells College men?s lacrosse team rallied from a four-goal deficit early in the second half to tie the score, but Elmira College scored the game-winning goal midway through the fourth quarter and held on for a 9-8 victory over Wells on Wednesday, March 13 at the Wells Turf Field.
The Wells College women's lacrosse team got off to a winning start for the 2019 season as the Express went on the road and came away with an 18-9 win at Houghton. Three players combined for 14 goals and 12 assists and Mackenzie Maloney continued to make her mark on the Wells College record boards with another high-scoring performance.
The Wells College baseball team picked up its first win of the season with a 5-2 victory over Mount Aloysius on Monday, March 11. Wells scored three times in the top of the first and led the rest of the way as Zach Kemp pitched a complete-game victory.
The Wells College men?s lacrosse team played its 2019 home opener on a sunny, cool afternoon at the Wells Turf Field and were defeated 15-5 by visiting SUNY Delhi. The Broncos built an 8-2 lead at halftime and went on to the victory.
Josh Undari of the Wells College men?s volleyball team is the North Eastern Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the week ending March 3, 2019. In a five-win week for the Express, Undari surpassed a career milestone and set a program record.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team completed a perfect four-match run on its home-opening weekend for the 2019 season. Wells won both of its Saturday matches, a three-set win over Purchase and a four-set win over Daemen. In the opening set of the first match of the day, junior setter Josh Undari became the program?s all-time leader in assists.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team won both of its matches on Friday, March 1 as the Express played on its home court for the first time this season. Wells defeated Misericordia College and Lasell College, each in straight sets.
The Wells College baseball team will not play its originally-scheduled weekend games for March 2 and 3 at the Wells Turf Field due to snowy field conditions. Saturday's doubleheader against SUNY Canton and Sunday's doubleheader against Alfred State have been postponed, and hope to be rescheduled later in the season.
The Wells College men's volleyball team cruised to a three-set win at Daemen College on Tuesday, Feb. 26. Wells won by set scores of 25-17, 25-16, 25-17. Wells improved to 11-6 overall this season in the victory over Daemen, a first-year program competing in NCAA Division II.
The North Eastern Athletic Conference honored two Wells College men?s volleyball athletes as its Student-Athlete of the Week selections for the week ending Feb. 24. Caden O?Loughlin was the NEAC Player of the Week and Ryan Turner was the NEAC Defensive Player of the Week.
The Wells College baseball team fell behind early and lost 14-2 against Pitt Bradford on Sunday, Feb. 24 at the Wells Turf Field. Pitt Bradford completed a three-game series sweep over Saturday and Sunday in the season-opening weekend for both teams. Tyler Young homered for Wells.
The Wells College baseball team opened its 2019 season with a home doubleheader against Pitt Bradford on Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Wells Turf Field. Pitt Bradford won the opening game 8-1 and took the second game 10-6. Dylan Nolan homered in each game for Wells.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team battled through a pair of five-set matches Saturday, Feb. 23 hosted at Rivier University in Nashua, N.H. In the opening match, Wells took the top-ranked team in the nation, Springfield College, to the brink but fell in five sets. Wells responded with a five-set victory over Rivier.
Wells College men?s basketball senior Rich Ross earned all-conference honors for the fourth year in a row as he was voted to the North Eastern Athletic Conference Second Team. The 2018-19 All-NEAC teams and individual award winners were announced Thursday, Feb. 21.
Wells College men?s volleyball junior Caden O?Loughlin earned North Eastern Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors for the week ending Feb. 17, 2019. It was the third time this season that O?Loughlin has earned a NEAC weekly honor, and the fifth time in his career.
The Wells College men?s swimming team placed second at the 2019 NEAC Championships, hosted by Cazenovia College. Over the course of the three-day meet, the six Wells swimmers totaled 15 all-conference honors in individual events and had five relays earn one first-place finish and four second-place finishes.
The Wells College women?s swimming team rallied on the final day of the North Eastern Athletic Conference Championship meet and claimed second place in the team standings. Sunday?s final session saw Wells claim two all-conference finishes in individual events as well as the final relay, which boosted Wells to second place.
The Wells College men?s swimming team had six individual all-conference finishes including two NEAC championship wins in individual events, with two all-NEAC relays and held on to first place in the team standings at the North Eastern Athletic Conference championship meet.
The Wells College women?s swimming team remains in third place following the second of three days of competition at the North Eastern Athletic Conference championship meet, hosted by Cazenovia College.