|Overall record: 13-1 - Conference: 3-0|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/5||vs. Christopher Newport •||W, 34-0|
|9/12||at North Greenville||W, 28-3|
|9/19||at Delaware Valley •||W, 31-13|
|9/26||at LaGrange •||W, 56-7|
|10/3||vs. Frostburg State * •||W, 44-19|
|10/17||at Newport News *||W, 39-0|
|10/24||vs. Webber International||W, 34-7|
|10/31||vs. Salisbury * •||W, 30-12|
|11/7||vs. Lake Erie||W, 28-13|
|11/14||vs. Ohio Dominican||W, 32-28|
|11/21||vs. N.C. Wesleyan||W, 55-23|
|11/28||vs. Mississippi College||W, 43-9|
|12/5||vs. Johns Hopkins||W, 12-0|
|12/12||at Mount Union||L, 24-7||BX|
October 20, 2018 Rowan, Westminster pull off upsets No. 8 Wesley and No. 11 Washington & Jefferson fell in early action, while 10th-ranked John Carroll survived to hand Marietta its first loss of the season and No. 13 Berry won at home in double overtime. More in the Top 25 roundup.
October 3, 2018 Maryland vs. Delaware in Jersey showdown No. 5 Frostburg State and No. 6 Wesley square off for early supremacy in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, and if the rivalry ends after this year, at least it should go out with a bang. Brian Lester has more.
September 29, 2018 No. 6/7 Wesley escapes Southern Virginia with a 28-7 road win BUENA VISTA, Va. – The No. 6/7 ranked Wesley College football team overcame an early deficit to pick up a 28-7 win over the Southern Virginia Knights on the road in a New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) battle on Saturday.
September 22, 2018 No. 7/7 Wesley rolls through William Paterson, 43-7 DOVER, Del. – The seventh-ranked Wesley College football team registered a 43-7 win on Saturday over the William Paterson Pioneers in New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) action to cruise to their third win in a row to start the season.
September 15, 2018 Seventh-ranked Wesley cruises to first NJAC win of season over TCNJ, 62-0 DOVER, Del. – The seventh-ranked Wesley College football team cruised to a 62-0 win over The College of New Jersey Lions on Friday in Wesley's New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opener.
September 6, 2018 Slow starts; fast finishes Three nationally prominent teams all faced similar situations in Week 1: They came out a little slow and either led by small margins or, in one case, trailed big at the half. But in each case, the second half was a different story. Adam Turer talks to them all in Around the Nation.