Illinois Wesleyan Football Schedule 2023 – Hamid Bullie (4) looks for room to run against Carroll in the 2019 Illinois Wesleyan game at Tucci Stadium. The Titans have two home games in the five-game football schedule announced Monday by the CCIW. FILE PHOTO
BLOOMINGTON – Illinois Wesleyan will play Millikin on March 20 in Decatur to kick off a five-game spring football schedule, the Illinois-Wisconsin College Conference announced Monday.
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Also announced are schedules for women’s volleyball, men’s soccer and women’s soccer that have been postponed to the fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Titans have home games at Tucci Stadium against the University of Washington (April 3) and North Park (April 10). IWU’s other road games will be at Augustana (March 27) and Elmhurst (April 17).
Only IWU, Elmhurst and Millikin among the league’s schools decided to play the allowed five games. Defending NCAA Division III champion North Central has just one game, while defending CCIW champion Wheaton decided not to continue the spring season.
“There’s still a long way to go. At least we can start making plans,” said IWU coach Norm Eash, who will begin practice on Feb. 17. “There’s still a lot of questions to be answered. At least we know what teams are going to be evenly matched. We’re excited about that.
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“Our kids want to play. We worked hard in the fall and had a lot of accomplishments. We had our Green-White Scrimmage in the fall and we’re ready now to play somebody.”
For all organized sports, each school may classify the games as scrimmages, exhibitions or important contests. No league championships will be awarded.
“It should be an agreement between the two schools,” Eash said. “There are two ways of looking at it. If you take it as a game it means you play some selected players. There are coaches who are worried about young players who don’t get any kind of football experience for two years. Those things still need to be fixed.”
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The IWU volleyball team will play seven games, with the opener at the Shirk Center against North Park during the week of February 21-27.
Illinois Wesleyan takes the field in the second half of the Illinois College Conference and Wisconsin game against Carroll on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, at Tucci Stadium. IWU won, 42-14. LEWIS MARIEN, SO
Illinois Wesley’s Trevor Koepke catches the ball for a touchdown during the Illinois College Conference Titans and Wisconsin’s game against Carroll on Saturday, Oct. 5. 2019, at Tucci Stadium. IWU won, 42-14. LEWIS MARIEN, SO
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Illinois Wesleyan placekicker Patrick Tata fires into the crowd during the Illinois Titans’ College Conference and Wisconsin game against Carroll on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, at Tucci Stadium. IWU won, 42-14. LEWIS MARIEN, SO
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Illinois Wesleyan wide receiver Dean Zigulich runs behind teammate Zach Walsh’s block during the College Conference Titans’ 21-17 Illinois and Wisconsin win over Augustana on Sept. 28 at Tucci Stadium. LEWIS MARIEN, SO
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Illinois Wesleyan wide receiver Jack Healy makes a 21-yard touchdown catch during the first half against Augustana in their Illinois College Conference game against Wisconsin on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, at Tucci Stadium. The Titans won, 21-17. LEWIS MARIEN, SO
Illinois Wesleyan head football coach Norm Eash, now in his 33rd year with the Titans, watches his team play their home opener against Augustana on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, at Tucci Stadium. IWU won the Illinois College Conference and the battle with Wisconsin, 21-17. LEWIS MARIEN, SO
Illinois Wesleyan quarterback Robert Hanrahan celebrates a defensive stop during the Titans’ 21-17 Illinois and Wisconsin College Conference victory over Augustana on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, at Tucci Stadium. LEWIS MARIEN, SO
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Fall football practice and spring games are just around the corner at Illinois Wesleyan as the Titans look ahead to a five-game schedule that begins in March.
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The Illinois Wesleyan football team woke up early for morning practice and prepared to begin the four-game spring season next Saturday at Millikin.
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Freshman Sage Shindler is Illinois Wesleyan’s starting quarterback as the Titans face Millikin in the season opener Saturday in Decatur.
Hamid Bullie (4) looks for room to run against Carroll in the 2019 Illinois Wesleyan game at Tucci Stadium. The Titans have two home games in the five-game football schedule announced Monday by the CCIW.
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Norm Eash’s team led 13-0 at halftime and in front of 2,000 spectators in Tokyo, won 33-6 against the Waseda Big Bears.
“It was an exciting football game, it was a big win,” said coach Eash “Toyko is an amazing city. You’re talking about (a country of) 37 million people, I can’t explain it. Most people and most buildings and our children are taking it now.”
Quarterback Brandon Bauer threw 5 touchdowns and 21 yards to tight end Andrew Apel, while wideout Jack Healy caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Bauer.
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BLOOMINGTON – Fernando Chavez was as disappointed as anyone in the Illinois Wesleyan program after last week’s 59-14 loss to Washington (Mo.) University.
“There’s a lot of time left to play, and I want them to rest and not panic,” Chavez said. “At one point last year, after our loss, people were scared and shocked. They didn’t trust our program and what we were doing. I know we have a good football team here and (last) Saturday was a fluke at WashU. .”
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With a 3-2 overall record and a 2-2 mark in the Illinois and Wisconsin College Conference, IWU begins the second half of the season at 1. Saturday when North Park (0-5, 0-4) arrives at Tucci Stadium.
“Mentally we have to survive, and the way you do that is play the next game and win the next game,” IWU coach Norm Eash said. “It’s very easy to get caught up in looking at North Park. They’re 0-5 and obviously struggling a little bit. We can’t look at their record. We have to focus on our record and where we are and where we need to be . because.”
In IWU’s losses to Wheaton and WashU, the Titans were down 42-0 at halftime. IWU trailed Carroll 21-0 early in the third quarter before rallying for a 26-21 win.
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“I don’t know if we try to do too much early in the game,” said Chavez, who is third on the team in tackles with 28. mental error and we had coverage breakdowns at times (at WashU). Mental errors.”
Illinois Wesleyan’s Jay Lemenager traveled to Millikin on Oct. 1 at Tucci Stadium. Lemenager returns as IWU’s starting quarterback on Saturday when the Titans face North Park at Tucci Stadium. DONGWE JACKSON, THE
Jay Lemenager returns at quarterback for IWU. The sophomore won the job in the preseason and was the starter in the opener before suffering an early knee injury against Ohio Wesleyan.
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Lemenager sat out the Wheaton loss before returning to start against Carroll. Ryan Saxe was pulled at halftime. But last week, Lemenager came on in the second half for Saxe and scored two goals.
Senior wide receiver Charlie Hamilton, also a captain, knows the Titans must be ready for the first series regardless of who is at quarterback.
“We were scared going out there (last week),” Hamilton said. “I feel like our guys don’t see the big picture, just do your job and every game works. We also have to have fun. We work hard to get to games and we don’t rest as much as we need.”
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IWU was 1-4 this season last season when Eash and his staff made several changes and began using younger players.
“The biggest thing is that if we don’t get into the flow right away we seem to struggle,”