There were lines everywhere, and they were long. I had wanted to go to the Olympics since I was 5 and watched Shannon Miller compete in 1992, and I was very excited to make that dream a reality.
Washington University’s men’s and women’s track teams both won UAA conference titles Sunday.
Freshman Alyssa Marulli made the biggest play of her collegiate career Sunday, nailing a penalty kick to clinch victory for the women’s soccer team and a Sweet Sixteen berth in the NCAA tournament. The Bears had played Illinois Wesleyan University to a 0-0 tie before going on to beat the Titans 3-1 on penalty kicks after two scoreless overtime periods.
The Washington University cross country team continued its season on Saturday at the 2008 NCAA Division III Midwest Regional Championships in Rock Island, Ill. The women continued their success, placing third in a field of 43, while the men placed 10th out of 39.
Washington University’s women’s soccer team suffered a 1-0 defeat against the University of Chicago Saturday, dropping the team to 14-3-1 overall and 6-1 in the UAA. The No. 8 Bears, however, will still play in the postseason next weekend, having clinched their third consecutive UAA title last weekend and the conference’s automatic berth in the […]
Junior John Watts and seniors Chris Hoeland and Charlie Cutler finished in third place in the singles and doubles competitions respectively at the 2008 Wilson/ITA National Small College Championships held this past weekend in Mobile, Ala.
The Washington University’s women’s tennis team finished its fall season Sunday, competing in the Wilson/ITA Central Regional Tournament. Though no Bears advanced to the national championships, they did come away with one tournament victory as senior Ania Tchergueiko and freshman Natalie Tingir won the open doubles tournament, defeating Oberlin College’s Jane Hayden and Ariel Lewis […]
Washington University’s men’s and women’s cross country teams opened their season on a positive note Saturday, placing fourth of 15 and fifth of 13, respectively, at the WU Early Bird Meet.
The biggest change for Washington University’s ninth-ranked women’s soccer team this year will not be on the field, but on the sidelines. First year Head Coach Jim Conlon takes over the reins this season following former Head Coach Wendy Dillinger’s resignation in January. The former Wartburg College men’s and women’s head coach will have big shoes to fill, as Dillinger was the winningest women’s soccer coach in school history.