Wilmington built a 14-0 lead, but Mount St. Joseph rallied to win, 26-16. John Swartzel provides the sights.
Wilmington was edged by Marietta in a Homecoming heartbreaker. John Swartzel provides the images.
The Quakers played host to No. 2 Mount Union in an Ohio Athletic Conference battle. Catch the sights courtesy of Gary Dunahue, Mick Bruner and John Swartzel.
The Quakers rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to beat Heidelberg, 23-20. Freelance photographer Scott Olmstead provides you with a sideline pass.
Injuries short-circuited Wilmington's upset bid at Otterbein. Catch the views, courtesy of freelancer Scott Olmstead.
New turf. New lights. Big win. Wilmington wows a near-capacity Community Night crowd with a 34-7 win over Marietta in the first on-campus night football game since 1974. Freelancer Scott Olmstead shares the sights.
The Quakers opened the 2008 season with a 21-7 loss at Mount St. Joseph. Catch the images courtesy of freelance photographer Scott Olmstead.
Wilmington and Otterbein combined for 99 points in a wild affair at Williams Stadium. Images of the game are provided by Scott Olmstead.
Billy Blackburn's TD pass to Marque Jones as time expired lifted the Quakers to a thrilling win on the road. Scott Olmstead provides the images.
The Quakers came up with turnovers but not points in a loss at Baldwin-Wallace.
Wilmington dropped a hard-fought 31-19 decision to Mount St. Joseph in the Quakers' 2007 season opener. Freelance photographers John Swartzel and Scott Olmstead provide the imagery.
This gallery provides the most recent photos of the Williams Stadium renovation project. For earlier photos, go to Photo Gallery and look for additional Williams Stadium Renovation galleries.
This gallery provides images ranging from the breaking of ground to final preparations for the arrival of new turf.
Four Wilmington College Quakers have received Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference honors.
Seniors Chad Otte and Taylor Clark led a four-player Wilmington College contingent on the All-OAC football teams.
Top-Ranked Mount Union defeated Wilmington 65-9 in front of 4,000 spectators
In the first nine games of the season, Wilmington junior wide receiver Brandon Hiatt has 42 catches, none more spectacular than this one against Marietta captured by the sharp eye and steady hands of freelance photographer Scott Olmstead.
Wilmington hosted last home game of the season while acknowledging seniors. Not able to capitalize on key drives, Wilmington fell to Marietta 27-14.
Wilmington scores 38 unanswered points to beat Otterbein and raise the Quakers' winning streak to two.
Catch some of the individuals and units expected to be key contributors for Wilmington College during the 2006 season.
Wilmington opened its season with a 24-0 loss at the College of Mount St. Joseph. Strap on your helmet and take a look.
Wilmington College collects its first win of the season and first shutout since 2001 with a solid 20-0 Homecoming win over Muskingum. Take a look ...