Senior Jeff Williams (#63) leads the football team down to the Monon Bell at the end of the 113th Monon Bell Classic. It was a great game – another close one to be sure.
Sphinx Club pledge Homer Twigg keeps the Bell ringing as he gets ready to turn the Bell over to the team.
It was a great day for Wabash football!
It’s a Big Day. A day everyone around here looks forward to for an entire year. Today marks a culmination of a very good football season, a winning campaign, and the 113th game in the classic rivalry between Wabash and DePauw. Weather, for the fans at least, won’t be a big factor. Winning and keeping the Bell is!
I’d ask you to remember today is Veteran’s Day as well. While we take pride in living our motto – "Wabash Always Fights!" – take just a moment to think of those from Wabash and DePauw, and everyplace else, who serve and have served all of us i the armed services. Their loyalty and dedication to this country affords us the opportunity to live free and focus a lot of our attention on football today. They do it for us and ask nothing in return.
2002. 2005. And now 2006. North Coast Athletic Conference champs in football.
Of course, the season is just getting started…the real contest is this Saturday at Hollett Little Giant Stadium. You better be there…dressed in RED!
Wabash Always Fights!
Todd Rokita ’92 (pictured here) was reelected as Indiana’s Secretary of State yesterday.
In other election news, Bob Spear ’69 and Jim Joven ’89 were both elected to judgeships in Marion County.
Congratulations to Todd, Bob, and Jim.
Chris Denari ’83, the new voice of the Pacers, is featured in the November 2006 edition of Indianapolis Monthly (pg. 48).
Chris tells the readers that he got his start at Wabash broadcasting on the College radio.
Denari closed with: "I’m definitely living a dream, and I’m looking forward to not waking up."
Congratulations Chris, you’re Some Little Giant!
A small but enthusiastic crowd gathered at Denison last Saturday to cheer the Little Giants on to victory, 41-14, over the host Big Red. Click here for the full story.
The Denison game represented Wabash’s 1,000th football game. The string began in 1884 (no, I wasn’t a student then!) as Wabash went undefeated in their very first season. One game played. One game won. We beat Butler University 4-0.
That’s Coach Roberto Giannini discussing techniques during the half time of last Saturday’s final regular season match between Wabash and Oberlin. Wabash lost that match…but I think has found a winner in Coach Giannini. The future looks bright!
Here’s how you can help, even if you don’t know what a soccer ball even looks like.
Know a high school student in your area who is a good student and soccer player? Would he be a good fit for Wabash? If so, refer his name to Admissions and the Coach. They’ll take care of the rest. Simply click here to refer the young man.
Those extra seats around the football stadium can only mean one thing – it’s almost Monon Bell time.
We’ll have alumni tuning in to the broadcast in high definition all over the country and that show will be a great one. However, nothing beats being in Hollett Stadium for the game – nothing!
There still are some tickets available – contact the Bookstore at 765-361-6406 to have yours waiting for you at Will Call.
Dick Griesser ’51 sent this page in…it’s part of the Elderhostel catalog. This particular trip is to Belize.
Who is that gentleman, anyway?
Alan Stolz ’53 recently represented Wabash at the Inauguration of the new president of Connecticut College.
Alan couldn’t resist the temptation to snap a few photos while he was all dressed up in appropriate academic regalia.
Looking good, Alan.