No. 4 men’s basketball ousted in NCAA first round

With Wash. U. still in celebration mode, Marcus Myers collected, turned 90 degrees and knocked down an off-balance shot all in one motion to end Wash. U.’s season in shocking fashion.

Dorian Debose | Staff Reporter

Ghosts of March past: Men’s basketball eyes NCAA playoff run

Wash. U. has not been past the first weekend of the NCAA tournament since the title run in 2009.

Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

Trouble in the Windy City: Men’s, women’s basketball lose in Chicago

In their final game of their respective regular seasons, the men’s and women’s basketball teams fell to the University of Chicago.

Rohan Gupta and Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

Men’s basketball clinches 15th UAA title with win over Case Western Reserve University

Adding a victory over Carnegie Mellon, the Bears improve to 22-2 on the season.

Frank Yang | Staff Reporter

Family business: Jack Nolan stars for WU 25 years after his uncle Gene

Jack Nolan is a young face on an experienced men’s basketball team. Yet the freshman guard already is drawing comparisons to his record-holding uncle.

Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

Men’s basketball beats Brandeis, NYU

Wash. U. has not lost a game in 2018. That includes a undefeated UAA record.

Heman Duplechan | Staff Reporter

Unbeaten 2018 continues for men’s basketball

Back to back wins against University of Rochester and Emory University in back to back weeks. The Bears are 18-2.

Frank Yang | Staff Reporter

Men’s basketball coasts past ranked duo to close undefeated January

Freshman Jack Nolan and senior Matt Highsmith provided an offensive spark against the Yellowjackets and Eagles, respectively.

Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

Men’s basketball rolls on with wins against Case Western and Carnegie Mellon

Fourteen Bears players saw time this weekend thanks to a pair of blowout victories.

Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

Men’s basketball continues hot start, prevails against Alma

Jake Knupp and Andrew Sanders scored 26 points a-piece as Wash. U. men’s basketball topped Alma College 96-86.

Frank Yang | Staff Reporter