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October 23, 2017

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Wiley College Athletics Department creates Athletic Guided Pathway

Ninety-eight percent of student-athletes will go pro in every profession other than sports. To help ensure that its athletes are successful after they graduate from Wiley College, the athletics department created Athletic Guided Pathway. Mac McConnell, who is an assistant men’s basketball coach and Sophomore Success Academy Coach, created the program – which will assist

Wildcats look to lock up tournament berth, improve ranking

The Wiley College men’s soccer team hopes to secure the opportunity to defend its Red River Athletic Conference Tournament title, when it visits Texas College at 3 p.m. Thursday and Jarvis Christian College at 3 p.m. Saturday. The Wildcats (6-4-1, 4-3 in RRAC) enters this week in fourth-place. The top six teams qualify for the

Lady Wildcats play to a scoreless draw against Huston-Tillotson

JACKSONVILLE, Texas – The Wiley College women’s soccer team played a physical Red River Athletic Conference game that ended in a scoreless tie against Huston-Tillotson University Thursday at Jacksonville College. The game was originally scheduled to be at Wildcats Field on the Wiley College campus but was moved due to the rain Marshall received Thursday

Wildcats score early, hang on late to top Huston-Tillotson

JACKSONVILLE, Texas – The Wiley College men’s soccer team got off to its fastest start offensively this season and held off a rally by Huston-Tillotson University in a 3-2 Red River Athletic Conference victory at Jacksonville College Thursday. The game was originally supposed to be played at Wildcats Field on the Wiley College campus but

Lady Wildcats sweep Williams Baptist

Two days after suffering a three-set loss to its conference rival, the Wiley College volleyball team responded with a sweep over Williams Baptist College Tuesday at Alumni Gymnasium. “After losing to Our Lady of the Lake, there was stuff we needed to work on,” head coach LaKyva Bason said. “We used Sunday and Monday to

Lady Wildcats overwhelm Paul Quinn

The Wiley College soccer team was too much for the shorthanded Paul Quinn College Lady Tigers in a 10-0 rout Thursday at Wildcats Soccer Field. The Lady Wildcats (5-2-1, 2-1-1 in Red River Athletic Conference) scored eight goals in the second half and had eight different players score in the game. Mayara Tyzska, Laura Ilavuna,

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