After losing by just one stroke last season, the Washington University women’s golf team couldn’t come as close this year at the WUSTL Spring Invite, but the Bears still recorded a second-place finish on Saturday and Sunday in Madison, Ill.
The baseball team (15-5 record) succeeded, posting 5-4 and 9-7 road victories against Greenville College (5-10) on Saturday. However, the No. 18 softball team (21-7) settled for a split against Fontbonne University (9-9) by winning 6-4 and falling 6-1 on Sunday afternoon at home.
One week after winning the Wash. U. Mini Meet, the Bears continued their dominance at home by capturing eight individual titles and one relay win on their way to a sweep at the Wash. U. Invite at Bushyhead Track this weekend.
During a time when many Washington University seniors are deciding between graduate programs, Lillie Toaspern is instead fighting for a roster spot on the Chicago Red Stars, a professional franchise in the National Women’s Soccer League.
With a record-breaking time, junior Reed Dalton became just the fifth Washington University swimmer to capture a national title by racing to first in the 100-yard butterfly.
Although it came away with two wins over a ranked opponent, the No. 18 Washington University softball team split four games in the Mizuno Invitational on Saturday and Sunday at home.
A week after winning the University Athletic Association championship, the Washington University baseball team saw its wave of momentum come to a halt by splitting four games against Illinois Wesleyan University and Concordia University Chicago.
Catch up on the latest with the Red and Green with our spring break recap.
For the fourth consecutive year, Washington University’s women’s basketball team ended its season with an NCAA tournament loss on the road. The No. 8 Bears (25-3 record) allowed their highest point total in head coach Nancy Fahey’s 29-year tenure against No. 1 Thomas More College (30-0) on Friday night, and Wash. U. was eliminated from the postseason with a 103-90 loss in the sectional semifinals.
Thomas More College hosts the No. 8 Bears at 7:30 p.m. EST on Friday night with a berth in the national quarterfinals on the line, and it should be a battle. In advance of the teams’ impending Sweet 16 clash, here’s a look at 16 facts, figures and statistics to know as a pre-game scouting report.