Wes has already reached its highest win total since 1997, when it went 6-7-1 for the second straight year (Wes is 6-5-1 in ’08), and with games left at Eastern Conn. (Tuesday) and against Conn. Coll. (Halloween), the team looks like a solid bet to finish with a winning record for the first time since 1994 (12-4-1). Go Wes.
Kudos to the women’s soccer team, which clinched a spot in the NESCAC Championship for the first time in team history today. Wes will play at either Amherst or Williams in the first round on Nov. 2.