Women’s Soccer win CCIW title and advance in tournament

The Wheaton Women’s soccer team was able to beat Elmhurst College yesterday 3-1 after they finished out the regular season as CCIW champions. Wheaton beat Millikin University 5-0 on Wednesday, Oct. 25 and sealed their CCIW champions title. With goals from junior Maddie Peebles, freshman Izzy Oliver, sophomore Bailey Wolf, freshman Emma Fisler and junior […]

Women’s Cross Country are CCIW Champions

The Women’s Cross Country team took first place at the CCIW Championship on Saturday. Wheaton runners accounted for five runners in the top six, scoring 17 points. This impressive score is the lowest point total in the history of the CCIW Women’s Cross Country Championship. This was the Wheaton women’s second consecutive domination of the […]

Women’s Swimming loses to a strong U Chicago team

Saturday, Oct. 28 marked the beginning of the season for the Wheaton Women’s Swim team. They faced off against the number seventh-ranked Chicago Maroons. The Thunder fell to the Maroons 115-90. Junior Brooke Barnes led the Thunder women with three wins. She had individual wins in the 50 free (24.71) and 100 free (53.79). Barnes […]

Third place CCIW Championship finish for Men’s XC

Wheaton’s Men’s Cross Country team captured third place out of nine teams at the 2017 CCIW Men’s Cross Country Championships at St. James Farm Forest Preserve on Saturday. North Central defended its previous CCIW Champion title with a 15-point, first place finish. Augustana scored 74 points to come in second place. Wheaton tallied 88 points […]

A strong start for Men’s Swimming and their new coach

After six weeks of practice and anticipation, the Thunder Men’s Swimming team began their season on Saturday as they hosted the seventh-ranked University of Chicago Maroons. It was their first meet under new Head Coach Jacob Ayers, and their first without Coach Jon Lederhouse in over 40 years. They started the season off strong, as […]

Filling in the gaps

If you ask any random Wheaton student roaming campus how they ended up at Wheaton, you are bound to get a million different answers. The stories range from last minute decisions to years of knowing, from choosing what was considered the “lowest” option to choosing the only option, from being confident in one’s acceptance, to […]