#10 walker harris
Entering his senior year, Harris had a breakout junior campaign. He guided Wesleyan’s offense last season with a conference-leading 31 points, 19 goals and five game-winning tallies. Harris scored at least one point in 21 contests, with a season-high four points against Anna Maria. He was tied for second on the team in assists with 12. Harris earned All-NESCAC First Team honors, was tabbed an All-American Third Team selection and was named a NEHWA DII/DIII All-Star. He was also among 25 players named a semifinalist for the prestigious Joe Concannon Award.
#14 spencer fox
Fox was a part of a productive offense last year, accounting for 19 points. He tallied seven goals and recorded 12 assists, while notching a game-winner against Tufts in regular-season action.
#18 tyler wyatt
Wyatt finished the 2018-19 campaign leading the Cardinals with 13 assists, while also recording seven goals. His 20 points were second for Wesleyan.
#19 tyler levine
Following a great rookie season, Levine returns for his sophomore year. He was a major contributor from day one, ranking third on the team in points with 19. He scored eight goals and 11 assists during his rookie campaign, including game-winners against Williams and Bowdoin.
#38 tim sestak
Goaltender Sestak had a phenomenal junior season last year. He led the NESCAC in save percentage (.946), while ranking second in goals against average (1.65) and finished the season ranked third in DII/DIII in save percentage and shutouts (seven). During the NESCAC Championships, he recorded the most saves in a single game in tournament history with 65, after tallying his 1,000th career-save earlier in the season. He capped off the year being tabbed an All-American Second Team selection, earning NESCAC Player of the Year, NEHWA Division II/III All-Star laurels, while also being tabbed one of six finalists for the prestigious Joe Concannon Award.