Quaker Pride (and Quaker swag) were all around the campus Saturday
Wilmington College Director of Multicultural Affairs Chip Murdock takes a refreshing dip in the “pool.”
The traditional gathering at “Aggieville” took place in its usual spot on campus.
Jonathan McKay, left, was among the volunteers serving up food at Aggieville.
Once and future Quakers stop by for a bite at Aggieville.
The college is always on the lookout for future Fightin’ Quakers.
Pizza’s always a slice of homecoming at the college.
A future Quaker enjoys some pre-game pizza.
The Fightin’ Quakers warm up before their game against Muskingum.
Grillin’ up the burgers and dogs at the concession stand.
Tailgaters show their team, and individual, spirit.
Even Quakerman needs to do some pregame stretching.
Bake sales are always in season.
Wilmington College cheerleaders get warmed up before the game.
Wilmington College’s next-gen cheerleaders pose for the camera as the current varsity cheerleaders prepare for the Fightin’ Quakers to take the field.
The fan club of Quaker wide receiver Zayne Hart from Carlisle, Ohio.
The Fightin’ Quakers take the field for their homecoming contest against Muskingum. The Quakers’ rally came up just short, 31-24.
Wilmington College President Jim Reynolds, left, welcomed WC alum actor Gary Sandy to the weekend’s events.
Sue Reynolds and some young WC cheerleaders with the Reynolds’ enthusiastic pup.
Wilmington College 2018 Homecoming Queen is Shelby Dodds and King is Matthew Perry.
Quakerman holds … Quaker man … as he poses with some friends at one of the booths at homecoming.
Saturday’s homecoming events included tours as alumni viewed what’s new at the college.
A young WC fan makes his food selection.
Friends get signed up at one of the homecoming tents.