The Washington University football team will have to go at least another year without an NCAA playoff win, after losing in their first-round matchup to the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh 49-13 on Saturday.
On Saturday, Nov. 19, the Washington University football team will travel to Oshkosh, Wis., to take on the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in the first round of the NCAA playoffs. It will be just the program’s third appearance in the postseason, and its first since 2013.
As the clock ticked down to zero on the Washington University football team’s 43-34 win over the University of Chicago in Chicago on Saturday, the team’s celebrations were slightly subdued.
Fittingly, Senior Day at Francis Field this Saturday, the seniors were the ones who stepped up for the Washington University football team, in a narrow 49-46 victory over conference rival Hendrix College. Holding on to a 42-39 lead with just over a minute left in the game, the Bears had the ball in a third and seven on their own 20-yard line.
The Washington University football team’s five-game winning streak came to an end Saturday, as the Bears fell 56-38 to No. 25 Case Western Reserve University at Francis Field.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Washington University football team got the job done again Saturday, edging out Millsaps College 31-28 in a thriller in Jackson, Miss.
With less than five minutes left against Berry College, it looked like the Washington University football team was in for a nail-biter.
Senior Matt Page is not one for platitudes, but when he made the improbable transition from second string quarterback to star tight end of the Washington University Bears, he had to answer some of those soft questions.
The Washington University football team’s rush defense had a harrowing challenge in its first two games of the season.
The Washington University football team surrendered 641 yards of total offense and had their nine-game home winning streak snapped in a 39-28 loss against Centre College Saturday at Francis Field.