These Games REALLY Count

SO…here’s how it unfolds. If Wittenberg and Wabash win out in football, we’re conference co-champs but they get the playoff bid. So, we need to take care of business and hope Witt gets tripped up along the way.

So… Wabash fans. The place to be this Saturday is Little Giant Stadium (1:00 PM) to cheer on the Little Giants as they take on the Scots. Wooster is always tough and they never give less than their best for the entire game.

Be there!

Ben Warren '21 – Some Little Giant

The Sphinx Club didn’t make the trip to Oberlin, so young Ben Warren, son of Mike Warren ’84, filled in doing the pushups for each Wabash score.


Ben didn’t miss a beat and even when Wabash scored their last touchdown to total 48 points, he ran down the steps, did the pushups, and ran back up. Quite a young man – it’s obvious he loves football!

Ben will be in the Class of 2021, his dad told me.

Autumn at Wabash

Our Maple trees on campus are putting up their annual fight…trying their best to resist the changing temperatures and stay green…they lose the fight every year but that’s OK.  In the process, we’re given the neat colors of fall…

Of course, fall will give way to winter which will include end of semester papers, finals, projects, etc. It won’t be long before all of those are due.

But for right now, it’s fall…and our guys can combine sweatshirts and hats with shorts and flip flops…


Athletics Hall of Fame – November 10, 2006

Hope you can join us here on campus for what promises to be a very special evening. Friday, November 10, 2006, the evening before the Monon Bell game, Wabash will induct ten new members into the Hall of Fame.

  • Will ’37 and Ginny H’98 Hays
  • Fran Hollett H’85
  • Ben Fellerhoff ’58
  • George Brattain ’63
  • Terry Smith ’68
  • John Panozzo ’89
  • Chris Ings ’96
  • Dan Emerson ’98

Should be a great evening! If you’d like to attend or would like more information please contact Heather Bazzani in the Alumni and Parent Relations, 765-361-6360.

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