Mike Fogarty ’90 grew up in Melrose, Mass., a Northshore community of Boston, and attended St John’s Prep, an all-boys Catholic high school located in Danvers, Mass. Growing up as one of four boys, spanning only eight years, a strong competitive spirit was instilled in him at a young age as the brothers challenged each other often. In high school, he competed in three varsity sports; football, indoor track & field (winter), and outdoor track & field (spring).
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Growing up in a military family can be very challenging. As a young child, you have to quickly become accustomed to moving to different places and making new friendships.
For the 124th time since 1881, Little Three rivals Wesleyan (4-3) and Williams (5-2) will face each other on the gridiron this Saturday. The Ephs hold a 76-42-5 lead in the series, but the Cardinals have owned the rivalry in recent years and are riding a five-game win streak against their NESCAC foes. During the 5-0 run, Wesleyan has shut out Williams twice (22-0 in 2014 and 35-0 last year) and have outscored the Ephs 143-21 in the last four meetings.
The Wesleyan University football team dominated all areas of the game Saturday afternoon in a 24-0 shutout over Bowdoin College. For the first time in school history, the Cardinals played on Citrin Field due to inclement weather conditions as they improved to 4-3 overall. With the loss, the Polar Bears drop to 0-7 on the season.
The Wesleyan University football game scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27 against Bowdoin College has been moved to turf due to the expected inclement weather conditions and will now be played on Citrin Field. Kickoff is still scheduled for 12:30 p.m.
Steve Humphrey ’63: great father, successful lawyer, Eclectic brother and now Wesleyan Baseball Wall of Famer.