Illinois Wesleyan
Illinois Wesleyan Titans
2011 Women's Schedule
Overall: 14-4-2 - Conference: 5-1-1
9/2 vs. Whitworth W, 2-1 BX
9/3 vs. Calvin W, 4-0
9/10 at Denison W, 3-1 BX BX BX BX
9/11 at Wittenberg L, 1-0 BX BX
9/15 vs. UW-Whitewater W, 3-1 BX
9/17 vs. Chicago W, 1-0 BX
9/21 vs. Rose-Hulman W, 7-1 BX BX
9/24 at North Park * • W, 5-0
9/28 at Washington U. L, 4-1 RC
10/8 at North Central (Ill.) * • W, 2-1
10/9 vs. Chapman W, 2-1 BX
10/12 vs. Millikin * • W, 6-0
10/15 vs. Elmhurst * • T, 2-2
10/19 vs. DePauw W, 3-1 BX
10/22 vs. Augustana * • W, 1-0
10/25 at Wheaton (Ill.) * • L, 3-2 RC
10/29 vs. Carthage * • W, 3-1
11/2 vs. Elmhurst W, 2-1
11/5 at Wheaton (Ill.) T, 2-2 BX RC
11/12 vs. Ithaca L, 2-1 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
Coach: David Barrett
Conference: CCIW
Region: Central
Enrollment: 2013
Location: Bloomington, IL
Colors: Green, White
Official Site: Men | Women

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2011 Women's Standings
Wheaton (Ill.) 6-1-0 23-2-2
Illinois Wesleyan 5-1-1 14-4-2
Elmhurst 4-2-1 13-4-1
Augustana 4-3-0 11-8-1
North Park 4-3-0 7-8-1
Carthage 2-4-1 8-9-2
Millikin 1-6-0 7-8-1
North Central (Ill.) 0-6-1 7-9-1
How did we do with our All-America teams?
A+ (Nearly Perfect) - impressive, hardly a disagreement
A (Excellent) - top notch, only minor disagreements
B (Good) - some disagreements, but got it mostly right
C (Okay) - right more than wrong, but could have been better
D (Poor) - missed the mark more than not
F (Abject Failure) - useless
See Results
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