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With W&J College student-athletes making up nearly half of the student body, athletic life on campus is a critical part of student life, for those on the team and those who cheer you on. We have dedicated coaches and mentors to take you to the next level and some of the most impressive practice and playing facilities in Division III.

Men's Sports

Men's sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, water polo, and wrestling. Baseball has advanced to two College World Series since 2017. Football has posted a winning record in 39 consecutive seasons. Men's Golf has 20 conference titles. We're proud of our student-athletes and what they've accomplished on and off the field - and they're hungry for more. Join the team and see where it takes you.

Women's Sports

Women's sports include basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and water polo. On our women's teams, players are breaking records and winning championships. Our women's basketball team has won at least 20 games in 13 of the last 17 full seasons. W&J women's basketball program captured the 2021-22 conference championship. The women's lacrosse team repeated as Presidents' Athletic Conference champions with its title win in May of 2022. We are proud of our past, but our focus is on an even more accomplished future on and off the field. We want you to help us get there.

Faculty & Staff Mentor Program

When you play for W&J College, you join a team of advocates to help you bridge academic and athletic commitments and excel in the community.

What or whom was your favorite class or professor? Why?

My favorite course at W&J was by far the advanced lab in social cognition, taught by Dr. Bradshaw. I enjoyed this course because she held her students to a high standard, which really helped me to improve my research skills, as well as my writing and reading of psychological research. I didn’t know I could perform at such an advanced level until this course and will forever be grateful for Dr. Bradshaw.

Folakemi Sampson '22

“W&J has given me multiple opportunities, both inside and outside of the classroom, which have prepared me,” Giampa said. “And this internship has been an invaluable experience. Going into it, I knew that I loved looking at old documents, but in nearing its end, I have found a passion in the research that can be done with these documents.”

Ana Giampa '23

“All the professors within the department have always been available to help me whenever I would need assistance,” he said, “and their courses provided me with the necessary skills and experiences to succeed.”

Preston Evans '22

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Washington, PA 15301