2013-14 Archived Webcasts

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FALL, 2013

Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013 - Field Hockey vs. Wellesley - After a scoreless draw through regulation, Wellesley scores winner 5:39 into overtime for a 1-0 win:  1st Half - 2nd Half+OT

Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 - Men's Soccer vs. Wheaton - Cardinals get off to slow start as Wheaton holds a 2-0 halftime lead en route to a 3-1 victory.  Chris Kafina '15 nets Wesleyan goal:  1st Half - 2nd Half

Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 - Women's Soccer vs. Babson - First-ever meeting of the teams is memorable as evenly played battle ends in a 0-0 overtime tie:  1st Half - 2nd Half+OT

Tues., Sept. 17, 2013 - Men's Soccer vs. Tufts - After 90 minutes of scoreless play, Daniel Issroff '15 fires in golden goal just 32 seconds into overtime to make a 1-0 winner of Wesleyan.  Goalie Emmett McConnell '15 makes five saves including stopping a first-half penalty shot:  1st Half - 2nd Half+OT

Sat., Sept. 21, 2013 - Women's Soccer vs. Bates - Katy Hardt '15 sets up Sarah Sylla '17 for a first-half goal with a corner kick, but Bates ties it in the second half as teams play to a 1-1 double-OT tie:  1st Half - 2nd Half +part of 1st OT - Rest of 1st OT & 2nd OT

Sat., Sept. 21, 2013 - Field Hockey vs. Bates - Wesleyan gets first-half goals from Blair Ingraham '14 and Amber Bruckner '14 to complement shutout goaltending of Sara Grundy '16 in 2-0 victory:  1st Half - 2nd Half

Sat., Sept. 21, 2013 - Football vs. Tufts - Wesleyan rolls to 52-9 victory in first-ever NESCAC night game behind 592 yards of total offense: Entire Game

Tues., Sept. 24, 2013 - Women's Soccer vs. Tufts - Teams play 109:35 of scoreless soccer before Tufts converts on rebound of shot off crossbar for winner, spoiling 13-save effort of goalie Jessica Tollman '15:  1st Half - 2nd Half + OT 

Wed., Sept. 25, 2013 - Women's Volleyball vs. Western Conn. - Cardinals get 18 kills from Kim Farris '14 and 14 from Kate Centofanti '14, but fall to Colonials, 3-1:  Sets 1 & 2 - Set 3 - Set 4 

Tues., Oct. 1, 2013 - Women's Soccer vs. Elms - Victoria Matthews '15 erupts for two goals and an assist to carry Cardinals to a 4-1 triumph:  1st Half - 2nd Half

Fri., Oct. 4, 2013 - Women's Volleyball vs. Middlebury - Wesleyan hands Middlebury its first loss of the year behind 39 assists from Calire Larson '15 and 18 kills by Kim Farris '14:  Sets 1 & 2 - Sets 3 & 4

Sat., Oct. 5, 2013 - Women's Soccer vs. Colby - Mules break deadlock in 64th minute of evenly played game (shots 16-16) and it stands up for 1-0 Colby win: 1st Half - 2nd Half

Sat., Oct. 5 - Football vs. Colby - Cardinals pick up 266 yards of rushing offense and hold Mules to 56 on the ground in 41-0 conquering. Wesleyan does not allow Colby to cross midfield until the final five minutes of the contest:  Entire Game

Tues., Oct. 8, 2013 - Women's Soccer vs. Roger Williams - Hawks score once in first half and twice in second half as fifth-ranked regionally Roger Williams takes a 3-0 decision:  1st Half - 2nd Half

Sat., Oct. 12, 2013 - Men's Soccer vs. Williams - Cardinals can't match Williams in scoring as Ephs end streak of five consecutive overtime games between the teams with a 2-0 win:  1st half - 2nd Half

Sat., Oct. 12, 2013 - Football vs. Bates - Though Bates scores only points of first quarter for a 7-0 lead, Wesleyan rattles off 35 straight points for its eighth win in a row overbthe Bobcats, 35-7. Jesse Warren '15 is 17-for-20 passing with three TDs while Kyle Gibson '15 collects 132 rushing yards:  Entire Game

Sat., Oct. 12, 2013 - Women's Soccer vs. Williams - Team battle scoreless through regulation before Williams captitalizes with 2:06 left in first extra period for a 1-0 win:  1st Half - 2nd Half