Thank you for your interest in Wesleyan University and our baseball team!
Choosing a college is a life changing decision, because it is where you will live and play, socialize and study, for four years. It is also important because it sets the stage for your post-college connections, career and social circle. Attending a top academic college and being around the best minds of your generation is a thrilling experience.
Additionally, playing college baseball is an amazing thing - Big games, spring trips, great fields, home runs, strikeouts and best friends combine to make it the experience of a lifetime.
What do you like best about baseball? What position do you see yourself playing in college? Do you want to play or coach after college? What are favorite subjects to study? What do you want to learn in college? What are your interests outside of baseball and academics? What kind of people do you want to meet in college?
These are some of the questions we in the Wesleyan baseball program are interested in talking with you about. We hope to be in touch soon.
COACH MARK A. WOODWORTH
WESLEYAN RECRUITING STEPS TO COMPLETE
If you are sincerely interested in playing baseball and studying at Wesleyan, we encourage you to take the initiative to complete the following:
1 > Fill out
and submit player information form
Online Player Information Form
2 > Send us an Unofficial Transcript (with fall classes) and SAT scores
3 > Send us a
from a game
(preferable) or practice.
Keep it simple – It only needs to be 3-5 minutes
Hitting – Actual Game at-bats (Record from behind home plate, plus side angle)
Pitching – 2-3 innings from game (Record from behind plate, plus side angle)
Fielding – Actual live fielding, pre-game infield, or at least between innings fielding and throwing
Freeman Athletic Center
Middletown, CT 06459
(860) 685-2691 (Fax)
A > Visit Wesleyan
See us play in the spring:
Home Football Weekends in the fall:
Other times to visit:
Weekends in late January/February
Weekdays for lunch and a tour
Anytime, except Thanksgiving and Christmas break
Campus tours through admissions:
Admissions Tour Schedule
B > Apply for admission to Wesleyan
Note: With regard to financial aid, Wesleyan meets the full demonstrated financial need of all admitted students
C > Learn about Financial Aid
Wesleyan Financial Aid Information:
Wesleyan Financial Aid Home Page
Financial Aid Estimates
Financial Aid Calculator
The FAFSA (Free
application for federal student aid)
When submitting information, please be sure that Wesleyan is designated (code number -- 3959 ) to receive your processed form.
The CollegeBoard.com CSS/Financial Aid Profile
CSS/Financial Aid Profile
The Wesleyan baseball staff actively evaluates players live in late spring and summer, and by video in the fall of a player’s senior year. In the fall and early winter, we try to get to know players better, and have them learn more about us. Most successful candidates are processed in November for Early Decision I, and in January for Early Decision II.
Nov. 15 Early Decision I
Dec. 15 Early Decision I decisions sent out
Jan. 1 Early Decision II applications due
Regular Decision applications due
Feb. 1 Last day to choose between EDII or Regular
FAFSA form due date (for Regular Decision
Feb. 15 Early Decision II decisions sent out
April 1 Regular decisions sent out
Nov. 15 Mid-year transfer applications due
Dec. 15 Mid-year transfer decisions sent out
Mach 15 Fall transfer applications due
May 15 Fall transfer decisions sent out