After an hour-long lightning delay, the Washington University men’s soccer team finished its season with a 2-1 loss to No. 11 University of Chicago Saturday.
The University of Chicago provides a litmus test for the championship-hopeful women’s soccer team. For the men, the Maroons are an outside shot at the playoffs.
Two overtime periods were not enough to separate two conference rivals on a rainy Sunday in New York, as the Washington University men’s soccer team played to a draw with New York University.
The Washington University men’s soccer team had plenty of opportunities but failed to make the chances count in a loss to University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in double overtime Sunday at Francis Field, dropping their record to 7-5-1.
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.
Men’s soccer took on a conference foe, the golf team traveled to Ohio and while fall WILD was taking place in Brookings, swimming and diving and volleyball both hosted competitions.
On a warm Saturday afternoon, the Washington University men’s soccer team fell 2-1 to Emory University in a hotly-contested match in Atlanta, Ga.
In the most dramatic moment of the 2017 Washington University men’s soccer season so far, freshman forward Will Sproule scored in the 102nd minute in his first college appearance, and the Bears moved to 5-0-1 with a 1-0 win Saturday at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Ill.
This Sunday, with the Washington University men’s soccer team clinging to a one goal lead against Illinois Wesleyan, a defender on the line saved the match for the Bears.
Just two weeks ago, senior goalkeeper Colin McCune had played a total of seven minutes, 45 seconds in three years with the Washington University men’s soccer team. Now he’s starting in goal for the undefeated Bears.