Rohan Gupta

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Olympic rings to be showcased on Danforth Campus

Four days ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics, the St. Louis Sports Commission announced plans to install an Olympic Rings “Spectacular” on Washington University’s campus in an effort to re-establish the city’s Olympic legacy.

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Women’s basketball routs No. 11 Rochester, sweeps season series with Emory

Wash. U. stifled the Yellowjackets from the perimeter, holding Rochester to one of 22 from three.

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Red and Green: Winter chills and thrills for Wash. U. sports

The Washington University winter sports teams have soldiered through the bulks of their schedules, and they’ve given us plenty to digest.

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Women’s basketball builds winning streak with pair of road wins

After stumbling out of the gate in 2018 with two losses to start January, the Washington University women’s basketball team is back in the black in the new year.

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Full-court press: Discussing Bears basketball

The Wash. U. men’s and women’s basketball teams both had big wins. But who has the edge?

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Women’s soccer knocked out by No. 15 UW-La Crosse, 2-1

For one of the few times all season, Wash. U. women’s soccer was not in the drivers seat.

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Women’s soccer shoots for third straight NCAA Final Four

UW-La Crosse is the Washington University women’s soccer team’s next hurdle. Beyond that, either University of Chicago or Wheaton College lie in wait.

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Bears to beat: Wash. U. women’s soccer begins title defense

Wash. U. women’s soccer team head into the NCAA First Round with a head of steam after derailing then-No. 1 University of Chicago last week on the road.

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Houston, we have liftoff: Astros win first World Series

Much like their diminutive second baseman, the Astros meteoric rise started small.

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No rest for the Bears: Wash. U. sports in action over fall break

While most Washington University students are taking a quick recess home, catching up on Netflix or sleeping off midterms, the Red and Green sports teams will continue to push towards the playoffs during fall break.

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