The Washington University women’s soccer team is four games away from a national championship and an undefeated season. However, it will likely face its most difficult challenge of the season this weekend as they host the NCAA Sectional Semifinal.
The Bears made a mockery of the postseason’s opening weekend, treating it as a continuation of the regular season with a pair of shutouts at Francis Olympic Stadium. With a 5-0 win over Westminster College Saturday and a 3-0 victory over Illinois Wesleyan University Sunday, Wash. U. moved to 19-0 in 2018.
The Washington University women’s soccer team will host first and second round play of the NCAA Division III tournament for the third straight season this Saturday and Sunday. Wash. U., who will enter the tournament after completing an undefeated regular season, has played crushing defense all year.
The Bears completed the first perfect regular season in school history, defeating No. 20 University of Chicago at Francis Field for their 17th victory without a loss.
Though the two teams will be wearing the same colors in both games Saturday afternoon, the stakes will be very different, with the women looking to wrap up the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament and the men fighting for their playoff lives.
The Washington University women’s soccer team won two games against conference opponents this weekend. The first was a close contest with a thrilling ending. The latter was a victory on Senior Day that officially clinched a conference title for the Bears.
The Washington University women’s soccer team continued its undefeated season Saturday with a 2-1 win over No. 9 Wheaton College in Wheaton, Ill.
This weekend, the Washington University women’s soccer team traveled to New York, where they defeated University of Rochester by a score of 1-0.
Through 10 games, the Washington University women’s soccer team is one of five teams not to have suffered a defeat in the nation. They have dominated opponents to this point, and much of the reason why has to do with their defensive play.
The No. 1-ranked Wash. U. women’s soccer team remained undefeated as they pulled out a 2-1 home victory over the Emory Eagles.