For the first time in 37 years, Washington University has a new basketball coach.
That was the first time Kropp thought about the prospect of being transgender and becoming a man. It was also one of the first times Kropp ever wanted something badly.
While he grew up playing soccer and basketball, he dropped those two sports in favor of rowing at the beginning of his freshman year of high school. He quickly found success within the St. Louis rowing scene, setting his sights on the Division I and Division III levels.
But on the field, Mense excels, first among Bears in walks and second in on-base percentage with a .435 mark. He’s just what you want from a leadoff hitter, getting on base early and often and letting the guys behind him bring him home.
The Washington University baseball team faced off against No. 10 Case Western Reserve University at Kelly Field this past weekend for a four game series. The Bears split the series 2-2, winning Friday and Saturday by margins of 6-1 and 4-3 respectively, before dropping the final two contests, 9-1 and 4-0.
After a successful two-game outing at Greenville University, the Washington University softball team suffered three losses against Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, before salvaging the final game of the set, 3-0.
The sun finally came to St. Louis this week, and that meant that after three long months of indoor tennis, the Washington University tennis teams this weekend finally emerged to the courts at the Tao Tennis Center.
The Wash. U women’s tennis team had an impressive series of comebacks to defeat NAIA No. 7 William Woods University Tuesday.
It was a busy spring weekend for Washington University sports teams. Both tennis teams, the women’s golf team and the track team all played and had some impressive showings.
The Washington University softball team bounced back from last weekend’s four-game sweep at the hands of Emory University, completing a sweep of its own at Greenville University Thursday in Greenville, Ill.
They are the Wash. U. figure skating team, one of the University’s 40 sport clubs. And the next time they lace up, it won’t be from the usual 3:50 to 4:50 p.m. at Creve Coeur Ice Arena. No, this time, they’ll spend the weekend at the University of Denver competing in the United States Figure Skating Association Intercollegiate Championships in Colorado.