Despite trailing by only one point at halftime, Wesleyan's short bench and Pensacola Christian's immense depth resulted in the Wolves running out of steam in the fourth quarter on Saturday evening with the Wolves falling to the Eagles 75-53.
The Wesleyan College Western IHSA team traveled to Lander University to close out their fall show season with an outstanding performance.
Playing for the third time in as many days, the Wesleyan College basketball team hung tough with Oglethorpe University until fatigue set in, allowing the Stormy Petrels to pull away in during a 26-point fourth quarter to take home a 71-39 win on Monday evening.
Kyla Williamson had the hot hand once again for the Wesleyan College basketball team, scoring 16 points on 4-8 shooting from long distance, to lead the Wolves to their first win of the season over Mary Baldwin College, 70-53.
For the second time in three games, sophomore Kyla Williamson scored double digits to lead the Wesleyan offense, but her efforts were not enough as Emory & Henry threw too many weapons at the Wolves an 80-34 loss.
A native of Atlanta, Ga., and a transfer student from Dalton State College, senior Keiona Benjamin has been an excellent addition to the Wesleyan volleyball and basketball programs for the past three seasons.