After sneaking into the playoffs, the Bears topped Wheaton College in the first round. But a day later they could not overcome Hope’s timely runs.
Luckily for the Red and Green, this will not be the year a now-29-year run of tourney bids ends.
In their final game of their respective regular seasons, the men’s and women’s basketball teams fell to the University of Chicago.
Despite leading by 14 with 10 minutes to play, the Bears lost in overtime to NYU.
Wash. U. stifled the Yellowjackets from the perimeter, holding Rochester to one of 22 from three.
A three-pointer barrage couldn’t save Wash. U. from the Yellowjackets. Two days later the bench came up big against the Eagles.
After stumbling out of the gate in 2018 with two losses to start January, the Washington University women’s basketball team is back in the black in the new year.
Austin College’s star forward put up 30 points and 15 rebounds as the Wash. U.’s comeback bid was too little too late.
Both men’s and women’s basketball traveled to Ohio to compete in a few tournament games, while most of us were working our way through leftover turkey.
The Wash. U. men’s and women’s basketball teams both had big wins. But who has the edge?