By Maggie Franke 04.11.19 Anyone who is semi-interested in basketball knows that March has been “mad” since the mid-1900s. While many people watch March Madness to cheer on their alma mater or the college they currently attend, many others un-connected to a specific school still tune in because, in all honesty, it’s just entertaining. DuringContinue reading “Nothing is madder than March”
For the first time in five years, both of Wheaton’s varsity basketball programs qualified for the national tournament.
Over the weekend, the Wheaton Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive teams competed in the CCIW Conference Championship Swimming Meet. The men’s team finished in second place and, the women finished in third place.
02.14.19 By Maggie Franke Unbeknownst to Wheaton College, junior basketball player Hannah Frazier has not been playing basketball since birth. Starting with little league soccer, Frazier played sports for fun and to make friends. Basketball didn’t come into the picture until after a growth spurt. “Honestly around 5th or 6th grade my mom and myContinue reading “Athlete Spotlight: Hannah Frazier”
As competitions come to an end, athletes ready for tournaments and the post-season 02.14.19 By Maggie Franke Mid-February is here, and many sports are nearing their post-season. Swimming and wrestling have just days left in their seasons, and everyone is counting down the days until March Madness begins for college basketball. It’s time for anContinue reading “Winter season wrap-up”