(1-15 final record, 0-12 conference)

Last season, the Huntingdon Hawks gave Wesleyan a brief reprieve from the Parade of Crap.  That changed this season once Huntingdon put together a somewhat respectable four wins.  Wesleyan, on the other hand, has elected to continue the great GSAC tradition of putting a team in the Parade.

Schedule and box scores are taken from the Wesleyan Pioneers homepage.

Date Opponent Final Score Game Notes/Previews
Sept. 6 LaGrange College* 5-0 Satomi Omae and Whitney James score 2 goals on 18 shots.
Sept. 7 at Piedmont College* 9-0 Piedmont picks up 5 goals on 7 shots from Katie Porter.
Sept. 12 at Huntingdon College* 3-0 Hawks get a shutout after being in the CPOC last year.
Sept. 14 Agnes Scott College* Postponed  
Sept. 23 Southeastern University 6-0 Pioneers drop an out-of-conference game after 4 GSAC contests.
Sept. 24 Atlanta Christian Coll. 3-1 Pioneers score twice in the final 3 minutes to knock off the Chargers.
Sept. 29 at Spelman College* 10-0 Spelman's substitutes come up with 7 goals in the double-digit win.
Sept. 30  at Salem College 9-0 Salem runs their record to 9-0-1 in front of only 20 fans.
Oct. 2  Piedmont College* 9-0 Wesleyan has long since lost any momentum from the ACC win.
Oct. 4 Maryville College* 9-0 The Pioneers have been outscored 37-0 in their last four games now.
Oct. 13 at Agnes Scott College* 7-0 Scotties only score two in the 1st half, then blow the game wide open.
Oct. 19 Spelman College* 7-0 Wesleyan's attendance has dropped from 150 in their opener to 35.
Oct. 21 Salem College 7-0 Seven different players score for Salem. Tara Madden has 3 assists.
Oct. 24 at LaGrange College* 4-0 Panthers are 1-7 this year vs. teams not Huntingdon or Wesleyan.
Oct. 25 Huntingdon College* 8-0 The Hawks had been outscored 31-0 in their previous 5 games.
Oct. 27 at Maryville College* 13-0 Maryville rolls big and finishes undefeated in the GSAC this year. 
Oct. 30 GSAC Tourn. vs. Spelman  7-0 Spelman takes 51 shots in the Pioneers' final game, scoring 7 times. 

* -- GSAC conference game.

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