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New recruit signing
NJ catcher Gabriella Monzo
joins the Wesley Wolverines


The first day of college classes are almost four weeks away and Gabriella “Gabby” Monzo, a Mainland Regional High Mustang from her hometown of Somers Point, New Jersey, is excited to become a Wesley Wolverine!

“She is a multi-year all-conference selection who has a powerful bat and can command at the plate,” notes Wolverine Head Coach Juli Greep.

Gabby Monzo
Her fastpitch resume also includes recognition as a Mid-Atlantic Region Championship Catcher, twelve-time travel-ball tournament MVP, and three-time Little League State Championship Catcher. Her club teammates are the South Jersey Gators Gold.

“She is a knowledgeable catcher and possess the skills needed to be an extremely valuable member of our squad,” adds Coach Greep.

Besides catching, Gabby is comfortable at the diamond’s corners, easily handing either the hot third base or the extended stretch from the first base bag. In high school, she has been no stranger to the basketball and volleyball courts, too.

Twice Gabby has been recognized with the Umpires Pin for outstanding leadership, which she has proved doubly deserving especially off the field. She’s been active in the Support Our Troops Club, has been a Challenger Sports Volunteer and Ambassadors Club member.

She also has earned several prestigious academic accolades, most notably a National Honor Society distinction.

Gabby Monzo signs to be a Wesley Wolverine!


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Softball leads Wesley teams
Ten fastpitch Wolverine players
recognized as All-Academic stars


The Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) has announced that a record 1,514 student-athletes have been named to the 2017-18 All-Academic Team.

Student-athletes that attain a 3.20 grade point average (GPA) for the academic year earn a spot on the All-Academic team.

For Wesley College, a total of 30.2% student-athletes posted a 3.20 GPA this past year (71 of 235).

Among all Wesley teams, the softball Wolverines claim the highest percentage (71%) – and greatest number (10 of 14 players) – of All-Academic athletes.

The players honored, pictured below, from top, left-to-right, for the 2017-18 semesters are:

► Freshman #32 OF Kelly Palmer (Hershey, PA) / Major: Nursing
► Freshman #5 UT Amanda Curry (Williamsport, MD) / Major: Physical Education
► Freshman #1 MI Bianca Newsom (Edison, NJ) / Major: Exercise Science  
► Junior #13 UT Ashley Royer (Lititz, PA) / Major: Law and Justice Studies  
► Sophomore #23 MI Brooke Retkowski (Baltimore, MD) / Major: Multimedia Communication

► Junior #8 OF Megan DiRubbio (Smyrna, DE) / Major: Nursing
► Senior #99 OF Lauren Hoffman (Bear, DE) / Major: Nursing 
► Sophomore #6 P/OF Allison Mills (Leonardtown, MD) / Major: Envionmental Policy  
► Freshman #4 P Abbey Mayse (Cecilton, MD) / Major: English 
► Freshman #25 P Dori Loukopoulos(Chambersburg, PA) / Major: Kinesiology / Pre-PT


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Wesley College athletes with family and friends working the famed 4-day Firefly Music Festival, Dover, DE, as a fundraising event for the 2018-19 season.

PLEASE NOTE: DIII fastpitch places its emphasis first and foremost on education. Still, there is an abundance of softball workouts and a full Spring schedule of games. You can help with cost of uniforms, equipment, field improvements, team travel and accommodations.

CLICK HERE TO MAKE AN ONLINE DONATION. Under Gift Information, select “Direct Gift to Area(s) of My Choice” and enter “softball” (or wherever you wish to direct your donation) in the popup box.

No contribution is too small. For further information, please contact Head Coach Juli Greep at Juli.Greep@wesley.edu or write Juli Greep, Wesley College Softball, 120 N State St, Dover, DE 19901.
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incoming fastpitch Wolverine freshmen 
at last evening’s, June 13th’s, 
Delaware Blue-Gold All-Star game.

Jess Anderson (Smyrna High) and Katie Dunlap (Dover High),
Wesley College Class of 2022.

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Incoming Freshman Wolverine
Recruit Katie Dunlap has infield
blanketed, playing P, 1B, 2B, 3B! 


There are utility players and then there’s Katie Dunlap, an incoming fastpitch freshman Wesley Wolverine for the 2018-19 collegiate season.

Katie Dunlap
“Katie is a three time Henlopen All-Conference player, and a 2018 Delaware first-team All-State Honoree,” boasts Wesley Head Coach Juli Greep.

Her utility assignments include the starting pitcher’s role, while, when not hurling Ks, she’s capable of easily covering every bag around the pitcher’s circle: e.g., holding down either the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd base positions, as well.

“Katie will allow us to have significant depth at a number of positions making our team much more dynamic,” adds Coach Greep.

Katie Dunlap connects at Delaware’s 
Blue-Gold All-Star game played 
Wednesday evening, June 13, 2018.
At the plate, Katie has batted as high as a .500 average for a season with the varsity Dover High Senators, where she played for the past four years. 

“She swings a strong bat and will add significant power to our line up,” says Coach Greep.

Her travel-ball team is the Delaware Diamonds Black 18U. During the past summers, she also has frequently participated in the USSSA Delaware State Championships at Roxana, DE.

In the classroom, she is an honor roll student.

“We will now have four first team all-state players on the squad: Katie, Jess (Anderson), Brandi (Dalious) and Ashley (Royer),"notes Coach Greep.

PHOTO BELOW, left-to-right, Delaware’s 2018 Sofball Coach of the Year, Dover High Senators’ Head Coach Gerald Jester, incoming Wesley College fastpitch recruit Katie Dunlap, and Wesley Wolverine Head Softball Coach Juli Greep.

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Wesley Wolverine JESSICA ANDERSON,
Class of 2022.
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Wesley Wolverine junior #13 UT Ashley Royer (Lititz, PA).
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CONGRATULATIONS! ASHLEY & BRANDI,
FIRST TEAM,
ALL-CONFERENCE!


Wesley Wolverines junior #13 UT Ashley Royer (Lititz, PA),
sophomore #7 OF/C Brandi Dalious (Harrington, DE).


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Top photo, left-to-right, Wesley Wolverines 
junior #13 UTAshley Royer (Lititz, PA), 
freshman #4 P Abbey Mayse (Cecilton, MD), 
President Robert E. Clark II
junior #8 OFMegan DiRubbio (Smyrna, DE), 
sophomore #23 MI Brooke Retkowski (Baltimore, MD).
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