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Articles by Madeleine Lundberg

A Day In the Life of a Wesleyan Baseball Player

While Division 1 sports are known for their grueling time commitment and intense focus on athletics, D3 athletes, by comparison, can spend much more time focusing on academics, hanging out with friends, and exploring other extracurricular activities. At Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, athletes have a variety of different schedules depending on their course load,

April 13, 2018 Madeleine Lundberg

Wesleyan University Athletes and What They Wish They Knew

Cici Frattasio: Field Hockey and Ice Hockey 2018 “Stretching is really important. I feel like all of my injuries in college have been because I’ve been way too tight, so definitely making sure I take care of my body to prevent injuries is super important. I didn’t know that in high school. Sarah Swenson: Volleyball 2018

April 3, 2018

March Madness 2019 Logo Reveal and More

March Madness is one of the most exciting times in college sports. It is estimated that 70 million brackets and $10.4 billion in bets are expected to be placed for the 2018 March Madness tournament and whether you’re rooting for the underdogs or betting on your favorite school to win the national championship, the excitement

March 11, 2018

Recruiting Horror Stories by LRT Sports™ | My Coach Left Me

After months of emails back and forth, conversations at clinics, and phone calls, I had finally done it! I had verbally committed to my dream school, Wesleyan University, to play volleyball. It had everything I was looking for — great academics, an awesome campus vibe, and a great volleyball program. In October of my senior

February 5, 2018