Athletes work hard and play hard, and this makes them susceptible to injury. In fact, each year more than 10 million sports injuries occur. Common injuries in athletes range from broken bones to torn tendons and strained muscles. Athletes are … Continued
This article discusses the importance of sports psychology, which opens up career opportunities for sports medicine, psychology, and exercise science majors.
As Texas begins the recovery process in Hurrican Harvey’s aftermath, OKWU staff, faculty, and students are busy finding ways to provide effective assistance to those impacted. Several OKWU students were affected by the storm, and the University’s first response is … Continued
Oklahoma Wesleyan is saddened by the loss of a long-time OKWU family member, former basketball coach and administrator, Rocky Kent. A former student of Kent’s, Coach Mark Molder, OKWU’s Athletic Director and Head Women’s Basketball coach, said it best: I’m … Continued
OKWU announced today that it will not participate in this year’s NAIA cross country championship unless the event is returned to the state of North Carolina.
“But today, my NAIA peers seem determined to reject the very premise of Title IX…”
OKWU Men’s Soccer is #1 in the nation for the first time in school history.
Join us Oct. 28-29 for the induction of the 2009 Eagles Men’s Basketball team into the OKWU Sports Hall of Fame during Homecoming and Family Weekend!
OKWU Athletics announces the launch of a new Eagle logo series.
Mason Green, 12-year-old soccer player and Oklahoma Wesleyan Eagles fan, is battling an aggressive form of brain cancer. This fight hasn’t kept him away from OKWU Soccer, however, on April 24th, he signed a letter of intent for the Eagles … Continued
Oklahoma Wesleyan University Men’s Soccer team will make its fourth appearance in the NAIA tournament after receiving an at-large bid Monday afternoon. The Eagles (14-4-2) will face the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (USAO) on Saturday, Nov. 22 … Continued
Oklahoma Wesleyan’s David Ryan earned the top medalist honor at the 2014 NCCAA Men’s Golf National Championship by shooting a three round even score of 216 (71-70-75). This year’s tournament was held in Panama City Beach, FL and even through … Continued
Wichita, Kan. – The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) announces Oklahoma Wesleyan University has accepted an invitation for membership. The Eagles will begin KCAC competition starting in Fall 2015. The KCAC Board of Presidents voted to extend the invitation to Oklahoma … Continued
Oklahoma Wesleyan’s 2014 record-breaking baseball season came to an end last week, just one win shy of making the championship game. In their first-ever Avista NAIA World Series appearance the Eagles took home the third place trophy. The team, … Continued
Few people think running is fun. But among them is Bartlesville native Dadani Carreno, a freshman at Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OKWU) and member of the Mens’ Cross Country Team. “It’s a hobby…I just think it’s fun,” he says. Carreno was … Continued