Junior running back Glenn Smith scored the game-winning touchdown, a 31-yard score with 3:52 remaining in the fourth quarter, to help lead the Wesleyan football team to a 20-13 win over Bowdoin on Saturday afternoon.
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On Saturday, October 5th, Wesleyan and Bowdoin will square off on Whittier Field in Brunswick, Maine for the 92nd meeting in a series that started in 1906. The Cardinals hold a commanding 60-29-2 lead against their NESCAC foe and have won seven-straight against the Polar Bears. Wesleyan enters the game with a perfect 3-0 record and is just one of three remaining unbeaten teams in the conference, joining Amherst and Middlebury. Bowdoin is still looking for its first win on the year and is 0-3 entering Saturday’s contest.
Sophomore quarterback Ashton Scott of the Wesleyan football team was named the NESCAC Offensive Player of the Week following his stellar performance yesterday in a 48-12 win over Bates.
The Wesleyan football team cruised to a commanding 48-12 win over Bates College on a beautiful Saturday afternoon on Andrus Field at Corwin Stadium. The Cardinals held a commanding 34-0 halftime lead en route to the victory.
Saturday’s matchup between Wesleyan and Bates marks the 38th meeting between the two NESCAC schools since 1923. It’s been a lopsided series with the Cardinals owning a 33-4 edge all-time while having won 13-straight. The Bobcats last win over Wesleyan was an overtime victory in 2005.
The Wesleyan University football team took a 7-0 lead in the closing seconds of the first quarter and never looked back, as the Cardinals defeated Hamilton on the road Saturday, 28-10 at Steuben Field.