Senior point guard Sean Wallis has racked up a lot of accomplishments in his Washington University basketball career: two national championships, a Final Four Most Outstanding Player, second-team All-America honors, and schools records for assists in a season (251) and career (566).
Senior Kelly Kono, captain of the women’s swim team, is a very humble and outgoing individual. But underneath that cheerful exterior is an internal fire that helps her leave competitors in her wake. “She’s an interesting duality,” Head Coach Brad Shively said. “She’s got all these components to her, but honestly, when she gets to [...]
The Washington University cheerleading squad has grown in numbers and ability during the past year and a half under Head Coach Natalie LaFranzo and Assistant Coach Chad Fehr. “It’s one of those things, that typically, if we get someone to come to a practice, they’re going to stick around. And once we get them there, [...]
With the Bears trailing by one and the seconds ticking down in the second overtime of a game against Emory University in 2006, then-freshman Tyler Nading made a defensive play that many would not forget years later. Nading dove at the dribbler to knock the ball loose, got back up, dove again for the loose [...]
Student athletes at Washington University organized a non-partisan voter drive that took place on Sept. 24 outside the Athletic Complex.
Although relatively new to wheelchair sprinting, Washington University instructor Kerri Morgan will be in Beijing starting Sept. 6 for the 13th Paralympic Games in that sport.