Category Archives: Illinois Wesleyan Titans

Illinois Wesleyan’s Martel earns 800th win

Illinois Wesleyan’s Martel earns 800th win

Sophomore Nick Figus’s single knocked in Stephen Billington in the 10th inning to give Illinois Wesleyan a 7-6 win over Millikin in Decatur on Thursday and give Titan head coach Dennis Martel his 800th career victory.MORE

Hassan, Brown named IWU’s top athletes at ‘Tommy Awards’

Hassan, Brown named IWU’s top athletes at ‘Tommy Awards’

The seventh annual State Farm “Tommy Awards”, sponsored by the IWU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and State Farm Insurance, presented awards to Illinois Wesleyan athletes in an array of categories (a la the ESPN “Espy Awards”) on Monday, at Shirk Center.MORE

Dulak named IWU women’s soccer coach

Dulak named IWU women’s soccer coach

Anthony “Tony” Dulak, who has been an associate head coach for the Lynchburg College women’s soccer program, has been chosen to be the next head women’s soccer coach at Illinois Wesleyan University.MORE

IWU men fall in NCAA tourney opener

IWU men fall in NCAA tourney opener

Brady Rose led all scorers with 31 points but No. 25 Illinois Wesleyan was unable to reverse an early deficit in falling to the College of Wooster, 72, 68, in the NCAA Div. III first-round game at the DeCarlo Center at John Carroll University.
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Illinois Wesleyan men earn bid to NCAA Tournament; IWU women to host

Illinois Wesleyan men earn bid to NCAA Tournament; IWU women to host

After an absence of two years, the Illinois Wesleyan men’s basketball team will play in the 2018 NCAA Division III basketball championships, opening against the College of Wooster on Friday in the first round at John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio.MORE

IWU women edge Wheaton in CCIW final

IWU women edge Wheaton in CCIW final

Rebekah Ehresman sank two free throws with 1:15 remaining to give Illinois Wesleyan the lead as the Titans held off Wheaton, 62-60, at Shirk Center to claim the Titans first College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin tournament championship since 2012.
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Blogs

WJBC Voices: Celebrating local workers

By Mike Matejka Labor Day is perhaps the most mis-understood holiday in the nation’s calendar.  Traditionally viewed as a summer’s end celebration, its real roots are in worker protest, trying to claim and celebrate their role in society. In Bloomington, local unions organize and march together, along with community groups and aspiring politicians, in Monday’s…

WJBC Voices: Staycations

As the days of summer wane, you might be looking for at least one more experience, perhaps even a “bucket list” item to do.