Upcoming sports games around WU during a pause in exam studying this week and next.
Cardinals relief pitcher Josh Hancock was killed at 12:30 a.m. Sunday morning in a car crash on Interstate 64/Highway 40. The 29-year-old rear-ended a parked tow truck that had stopped to help with an earlier car crash. The driver of the tow truck was in the vehicle at the time but escaped uninjured.
Looks like the individual parts are just as good as the sum.
After stellar team performances at the University Athletic Association Championships, the Washington University track and field teams took part in individual competition at the SIU-Edwardsville Twilight in Edwardsville, Ill.
After a strong showing at the UAA Championships this past weekend in Cleveland, the Washington University men’s tennis team ultimately took home the second-place prize.
The team, ranked ninth nationally and second in the conference, garnered victories over both New York University and Carnegie Mellon University before falling Sunday to top-seeded Emory University in a narrow 5-4 defeat.
Eddy Hoering’s RBI double to right center field in the home half of the seventh inning on Sunday marked an abrupt, well-deserved end to a long weekend of crucial late-season action for the Washington University baseball team.
The extra-base hit scored sophomore Zander Lehmann and gave the Bears a mercy-rule-shortened 13-3 victory over league rival U.
The Washington University softball team remained untouchable this weekend, sweeping their three games and extending their win streak to 18.
The 16th-ranked Bears won both games of their doubleheader Saturday against Maryville University, edging a 3-2 victory in the first game and riding a strong offense and another dominant pitching performance by senior Laurel Sagartz to a 9-0 win in the second.
Wednesday, May 16, 2007 5:30 p.m.Black Senior Alliance Commencement Celebration Graham Chapel 7:30 p.m.University College Recognition Ceremony Simon Hall Thursday, May 17, 2007 10 a.m.College of Arts & Sciences Recognition Ceremony Field House, Athletic Complex 2:30 p.
Students came together Friday night in Brookings Quad for Spring W.I.L.D. to hear Cut Chemist, Reel Big Fish, OK Go and create more than a few drunken memories. The annual event was praised for the degree to which performers were able to involve the audience.
On April 29, Washington University students and student groups were honored with the Excellence in Leadership Awards. The annual awards acknowledge outstanding leaders and leadership within the the campus community.
International studies have long been a central aspect of education at Washington University. Most, however, only think of their own prospects for studies abroad. James Wertsch, director of the McDonnell International Scholars Academy, tends to look at things the other way around.