Wesleyan’s Fall 2021 Season brought back in person trials! WesMock welcomed ten new members to the team! Three fall teams travelled to in-person tournaments during the Fall 2021 season, teams “I Saw A Possum,” “Mercedes Bentley,” and “One Johnson Levin.” Wesleyan’s first teams to attend a tournament were teams “I Saw A Possum” and “MercedesContinue reading “Fall 2021 Season”
Wesleyan’s Spring 2021 season was a record showing! Wesleyan’s team C1 competed in the second weekend of regional tournaments, at the 2-B regionals hosted by Penn State University. They ended with a great record of 3-4-1, narrowly missing out on earning Wesleyan a bid for ORCs, but setting a high bar for the three teamsContinue reading “Spring 2021 Season”
At the start of the fall 2020 season, WesMock welcomed eight new freshmen from the class of 2024 to its ranks. Three split-stacked teams competed in the new and unfamiliar environment of virtual mock trial: Team One, “Lightning McFish (Doofenfish Evil, Inc.),” Team Two, “Team Duck,” and Team Three, “Neam Nhree.” Team One, “Lightning McFish,”Continue reading “Fall 2020 Season”
Although Spring semester 2020 was cut short by COVID-19, Wesleyan Mock Trial still had an extremely successful showing.
Wesleyan split up into three unstacked teams and competed around the Northeast during Fall semester 2019.
The Spring season started out with A and B teams competing at Quinnipiac Law School’s Bobcat Invitational, January 26-27. A team was undefeated with a record of 8-0-0 and placed first with a whopping +151 point differential, and the B team placed third with a 5-1-2 record. On the A team, Sam Brumer won anContinue reading “Spring 2019 Season”
WesMock kicked off the unstacked portion of our season by sending two split stacked teams, Team Muoio and Team Lieb, to the first annual New England Classic hosted by the University of Connecticut on October 27-28. There, Team Lieb came in third with a 6-2-0 record, and Team Muoio came in second with a 7-1-0Continue reading “Fall 2018 Season”
In 2017, all three Wesleyan teams qualified for ORCS for the first time.
In fall 2017, new members competed alongside returning members and all were hugely successful!
Wesleyan qualified to Nationals for the first time, where we ranked 13th overall!