Wesley Soccer is a highly competitive NCAA Division III program in the South Region. We are a proud member of the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). The Capital Athletic Conference has an automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament. Wesley Soccer has a strong tradition of winning and competing with some of the best teams in the nation. Reaching the conference playoffs and winning conference titles are goals we set to achieve each season. Wesley Soccer is looking for quality student athletes that are committed to making great decisions on and off the soccer field.
The only coach in school history, Ed Muntz completed his 17th season at the helm of Wesley College's women's soccer program in 2011. He has guided his alma mater to 143 wins, coached a pair of Conference Rookies of the Year, 36 All-Conference Selections and 62 All-Academic Recipients.
An accomplished student-athlete at Wesley, Muntz still holds every season and career scoring record in school history and was inducted into Wesley's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2009.
Faye Rowell is in her first season as a graduate assistant coach for the Wolverines’ women’s soccer team. Rowell comes to the Dover campus after assisting at Haverford College under head coach Jamie Gluck for the past two seasons.
A native of Commiskey, Ind., Rowell played four seasons at Earlham College (2006-09), a Division III program in Richmond, Ind. Starting at center midfield and outside back, Rowell scored six goals and added seven assists.
Chris Clifford is currently in his fourth year on staff with Wesley College. He joined the coaching staff in 2009 after a successful run as a high school coach at his alma mater Rocky River High School in Ohio. His first two years, he worked exclusively with the Men's Soccer team, and is currently in his second season working with both the Men's and Women's squads.
In addition to his duties at Wesley, Clifford has served as the head coach of the U13 & U17 teams of the Delaware Olympic Development Program.
Wesley Soccer is committed to “Building Champions” through academic and athletic excellence of our student athletes.
Thank you so much for all your interest in Wesley College and the Women’s Soccer Program. This site was created to help you, the prospective student-athlete find information about Wesley College Women’s Soccer and ways to get started with the recruiting process. I hope after your visit you will have a better understanding of the program’s history and our commitment to the future. Thanks again and please don’t hesitate to contact us anytime.
The best way to learn more about Wesley College and the Women's Soccer Program is to schedule an official recruiting visit to the main campus in historic Dover, Delaware. This would give you the opportunity to meet with the Admissions Office, tour the campus/soccer facilities, have lunch with the team and speak with the coaching staff. Please contact the soccer office to schedule your visit.
Wesley College is a leading private liberal arts college located in the heart of historic Dover, the capital city of the First State. The captivating campus lies within 175 miles of four metropolitan areas – Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, DC and New York City – allowing for students unlimited access to learning, research, social and cultural opportunities.
With an enrollment of approximately 2,800 students, Wesley has an outstanding reputation for providing a caring, personalized educational experience. Wesley is fully-accredited through the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Wesley College is proud of its association with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III. The goal of the Department of Sports and Recreation at Wesley College is to provide a stimulating environment conducive to the athlete’s total development through a well rounded program of experiences – to produce people with physical prowess, moral integrity, and intellectual competency.
We believe the student-athlete has the right and responsibility to exhibit integrity in academics, in citizenship, and in athletic competition.
The Wesley Women's Soccer Program takes great pride in our soccer facilities. The soccer stadium features an artificial surface (Field Turf) and initial seating for 2,500. Each year the women's soccer program plays 90% of all home games "Under the Lights". In addition to the Field Turf, the state-of-the-art Julia DeFelice Team Room brings the quality atmosphere of a Division I facility.
The women’s soccer team has enjoyed a lot of success over the past several years and feels great about the addition to their program. Their new state-of-the-art Julia DeFelice Team Room in the Wesley West Fieldhouse. The move gives the team more space and the atmosphere of a Division I facility.
The opening of a modernized Miller Stadium represented the completion of the second phase of an extensive upgrade to the athletic facilities at Wesley College. In all, over $4 million has been invested into the athletic facilities as a part of the College’s master plan, Wesley College - Here to 2010.
The Streetscape Project converted sections of North Bradford, Fulton and Cecil Streets, which bisected the College grounds, into walkways, plazas and green space, creating a more pedestrian-friendly campus to enhance the collegiate environment. Check out more construction images - Click Here!
Currently in the planning stage, this distinctive new building will serve as the home for Wolverine basketball and volleyball and provide a venue for all-campus events. In addition, the Center will host a wide variety of intramural sports and student activities and provide a state-of-the-art fitness and training room.
The new 36,000 square foot Nursing Sciences Academic Building. This approximately $10 million facility will serve Wesley as a top-notch educational center dedicated to an expanded nursing program and health sciences areas of study. Opening in Fall 2013. More construction images - Click Here!
Welcome to the newly renovated Malmberg Fitness Center in Malmberg Hall. The space has a variety of cardio machines, free weights, and weight machines. The soccer program using this center for all strength and conditioning off season workouts. For more images - Click Here!