Black & Gold Weekend 2021 The College of Wooster

Wooster Symphony Orchestra in the Oak Grove

Dr. Josephine Wright narrates the world premiere of Women's Suffrage Suite, featuring mezzo-soprano Audrey Johnson, in a Friday night concert in the Oak Grove

Field Hockey: Wooster 2, DePauw 1

Wooster's Lucy Agurkis scored an early goal and Syd Schuster added a second as the Scots held off DePauw for a 2-1 win on Saturday at Papp Stadium

Back on Campus

It was a beautiful weekend to bring our alumni back to the Woo

Men's Soccer: Wooster 1, Wabash 1

The Scots opened NCAC play with a hard-fought draw against Wabash. Max Hill scored on a penalty kick in the 87th minute to tie the game and send it to overtime.

The Black & Gold

"My tremendous thanks to all of you for being with us this weekend, and for all you do to make Wooster possible for our terrific students – now and for the future. It is always inspiring to be with the family of Scots, but now after such a long time apart, it is even more clear what a wonderful community this is."

Sarah Bolton, President

Football: DePauw 34, Wooster 30

The Scots overcame a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter and put up a valiant fight, but ultimately came up just short against the Tigers

Happy Faces Among a Sea of Black & Gold

Women's Soccer: Wooster 3, Adrian 2

Wooster's Teddi Farson scored the game-winning goal in overtime as the Fighting Scots defeated Adrian in a tight game on Saturday afternoon

W Association Hall of Fame

The W Association inducted seven new members on Saturday night, including Ali Drushal Sloan '09, Frank Andrew Knutsen '34, Jack Lengyel, Seth T. Mastrine '01, Kate Messer Dulac '99, Steve Moore, and Travis Snyder '99

Good to See You Again

It was so great to connect safely outdoors with our alumni and families to reminisce, pay tribute, browse student research, enjoy the arts, and cheer on the Fighting Scots!


Photos by Matt Dilyard, Anna Russell '23, Megan Tuennerman '22, Ryan Seaton-Evans '23, and Zion Vital '24