By Adam Riley II, Staff Writer Wingate alumnus Callum Ross is playing very well this season for the Charlotte Independence of the United Soccer League. The rookie midfielder was a member of the 2016 Division II men’s soccer national championship team for Wingate just a season ago. And he scored his first — and so far only — professional goal for the Independence while still … Continue reading Wingate’s Ross getting a foothold in pro soccer
It’s the first national sports title for Bulldogs Kori Adams, Staff Writer KANSAS CITY, Mo.—–The Wingate men’s soccer team made history this Saturday night winning the Division II national championship. The top ranked Bulldogs were led by All-American Jon Ander who scored two goals to force Wingate to a 2-0 victory over the University of Charleston. Wingate finished the season 19-1 while the Golden Eagles … Continue reading Men’s soccer makes history as National Champions
Number 1 Team in the Nation Preps for Last Game Zeriq Lolar, Staff Writer With fall sports taking its end in the regular season, one team has been shining through it all. Wingate Men’s soccer team has reached the highest honor of ranking #1 in the nation for division 2. Wingate has a record of 13-0, with only letting their opponents scoring one goal per game. … Continue reading Wingate Soccer Preps for Last Game in Season
Alumni homecoming, reflecting on the past Delaney Smith, Staff Writer October 14-15 the Wingate Soccer Program celebrated the opening of its new field house by hosting an Alumni Weekend. The festivities began Friday night with a get together at the field house and a co-ed alumni game. On Saturday between the women’s and men’s games, the Head Coach’s office was dedicated to Coach Jerry Sutton … Continue reading Wingate Soccer hosts Alumni
Wingate working on naming the new Health and Wellness Facility Kendall Sienon, Staff Writer Wingate, N.C. — Have you ever wanted a building named after you? Well now’s your chance! Wingate University’s newest construction, The Health and Wellness Center is running smoothly. In fact, they are accepting donations for the building’s namesake! But most importantly, we have an exclusive look at the newest features of … Continue reading Wingate Seeks Donations for the Namesake of the Newest Building!
Religion and Sports, What do they have in common? Brandon Bowles, Staff Writer Religion is one the most controversial topics of discussion in today’s society. People struggle to find their identity and what they do or do not believe in. There are numerous avenues that compete for the attention of today’s youth. Things like TV, social media and other sources of entertainment have poisoned … Continue reading Fellowship of Christian Athletes connects WU athletes, faith
Second Game for Wingate Women’s Soccer Callum Ross, Staff Writer The Columbus State Cougars edged the Wingate University Bulldogs 2-1 in the final game of the CSU Collegiate Invitational Sunday evening. Columbus State, the second ranked team in the country improves to 2-0-0, meanwhile the Bulldogs fall to 0-1-1. All is not doom and gloom for the Bulldogs after giving a very good account … Continue reading Columbus State vs. Wingate University Women’s Soccer
First Match of the Season Callum Ross, Staff Writer The Wingate University Bulldogs started their 2016 season with a very challenging road trip playing both Lee University and Columbus State University in their opening fixtures. Wingate opened the campaign with a 0-0 draw against Lee, which went the distance to double overtime. The game was held at Columbus State part of the CSU Collegiate … Continue reading Lee University vs. Wingate Women’s Soccer