Drass Field at Scott D. Miller Stadium

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Drass Field at Scott D. Miller Stadium, located at Wesley West, is the home of six Wesley sports: field hockey, football, men's and women's soccer and men's and women's lacrosse.

The opening of a modernized Scott D. Miller Stadium represented the completion of the second phase of an extensive upgrade to the athletic facilities at Wesley College. In all, over $4 million has been invested into the athletic facilities as a part of the College's master plan, Wesley College: From Here to 2010.

The stadium features an artificial surface (Field Turf) and initial seating for 2,500 - with potential expansion to 5,000. Lighting allows for night games and a state-of-the-art digital scoreboard has been added to the South endzone. A two-deck Press Box, with President's Box and observation deck and picnic and concession areas also add to the complex.

Since the installation of Field Turf, among other renovations, the stadium has provided a huge home field advantage for the Wolverines.  The football team has won 65 of it's 69 games since the beginning of 2004. 

The stadium was originally known as Wolverine Stadium, but was renamed for former President Dr. Scott D. Miller in a ceremony during halftime of the NCAA Division III football playoff game between Wesley and Hampden-Sydney on November 17, 2007. In 2015, the field itself was dedicated to Wolverines Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Mike Drass. In his years as football coach, the Wolverines' program has flourished, reaching 12 NCAA Tournaments, including six NCAA Regional Championships. The Wolverines have been a perennial powerhouse in NCAA Division III Football and have posted a 118-30 record at home.

The stadium has hosted 23 NCAA Football Postseason games, as well as ECAC South Region soccer and field hockey postseason contests.

In addition to serving as the home of five Wolverine teams, the stadium has also played host to numerous other events, including DIAA state soccer, field hockey and lacrosse playoffs and Delaware youth football postseasons.

Homes Games Since 2004

Year

Field Hockey

Football

M Soccer

W Soccer

M Lacrosse

W Lacrosse

2015-16 3-5 5-1 5-4 2-4-1 2-4 2-7
2014-15 3-6 8-0 4-4 7-2-1 5-4 3-4
2013-14 3-5 7-0 5-2-1 1-7-1 2-5 2-4
2012-13      9-4 5-1 4-6
7-2-1
5-3
3-4
2011-12 5-5
6-0 4-1-3
4-5
0-6
5-4
2010-11 6-4
7-1 4-3
3-6
4-5
3-6
2009-10 6-4 9-0 6-2 4-5 2-3 3-4
2008-09 3-2 3-0 6-2-2 5-5 8-1 4-3
2007-08 DuPont Field 7-2 3-4-1 7-3 5-4 3-5
2006-07 DuPont Field 10-0 8-2-1 5-4 6-2 5-4
2005-06 DuPont Field 6-0 5-4 5-3-1 4-5 3-3
2004-05 DuPont Field 5-0 5-2 5-2-1 6-4 5-4
TOTAL 38-35
(.521)
78-5
(.940)
59-36-8
(.621) 
55-48-6
(.534) 
49-42
(.538) 
41-52
(.441)
 

All Teams:  320-218-14 (.595)