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Wesleyan Cardinals football

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wesleyan Cardinals football
First season 1875
Stadium Andrus Field
Location Middletown, Connecticut
Conference NESCAC
Colors Cardinal and Black
         
Mascot Cardinals

The Wesleyan Cardinals football team represents Wesleyan University in the sport of American football. It is a member of the Division III New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and competes against traditional Little Three rivals Amherst and Williams. Wesleyan is one of the 39 founding members of the NCAA.[1] The Cardinals’ home field, Andrus Field, is the oldest continuously used American football field in the world.[2][3] (It is also the oldest continuously used baseball field in the world as the Wesleyan baseball team also uses Andrus Field.)[4]

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Notable players

Bill Belichick '75 - Head Coach of the NFL's New England Patriots[5]

Eric Mangini '94 - Former head coach of the NFL's New York Jets and Cleveland Browns and NFL analyst for ESPN and Fox Sports 1[6]

Jeff Wilner '94 - The first Wesleyan graduate to play for an NFL team, Wilner played tight end for the Green Bay Packers and Denver Broncos, his career lasting from 1994 to 1996[7]

References

  1. ^ Leilana McKindra, Founding members hold true to NCAA educational mission, The NCAA News, 7 December 2005. Retrieved 20 February 2011.
  2. ^ http://athletics.wesleyan.edu/facilities/andrus_football
  3. ^ "Games Today at the Oldest Football Fields - 11/05/2011". Chattanoogan.com. Retrieved 2012-08-25.
  4. ^ http://athletics.wesleyan.edu/sports/bsb/andrusfieldhistory-baseball.pdf
  5. ^ http://athletics.wesleyan.edu/sports/fball/alumni_and_nfl
  6. ^ http://athletics.wesleyan.edu/sports/fball/alumni_and_nfl
  7. ^ http://athletics.wesleyan.edu/sports/fball/alumni_and_nfl
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