Still, through six games, the Bears have shattered expectations. At 5-1, they’re currently second in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) and could easily move into a tie for first with a win this week at home against No. 17 Illinois Wesleyan University.
While Washington University students rested during Fall Break, the Red and Green sports teams kept on chugging along, completing a successful four-day weekend to enter the home stretch. Here’s a snapshot of what you may have missed while you were letting loose (or catching up on your snoozes).
Despite Kevin Garnett’s best intentions, these are absolutes; not quite anything is possible. But despite the predetermined outcome, the Student Life sports staff is still looking forward to tipoff Tuesday night. Here’s what we’re looking forward to seeing.
All but one fall team is ranked; women’s golf and women’s soccer stand No. 1 in Division III; the cross country squads and volleyball remain top-10; and men’s soccer just entered the top-25 in the nation. Things are getting serious around Danforth Campus—here’s what’s in store as we transition from the former portion of the calendar to the latter.
The Washington University men’s soccer team tied No. 6 University of Rochester on the road 2-2 in double overtime on Sunday.
The Washington University Volleyball team emerged from the Wash. U invitational this weekend unconquered and with a win over a top five team.
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.
The name of the game for Washington University’s football team this weekend was defense in a 23-10 victory over Elmhurst College
If watching the team you like lose is kind of like getting your teeth cleaned, watching the team you like lose in a 13-inning, five-hour-long elimination game is kind of like getting your wisdom teeth extracted by a fresh-out-of-medical-school oral surgeon who doesn’t believe in using anesthesia.
The Washington University men’s soccer team’s five-game winning streak was broken Monday night in Franklin, Tenn., as the Bears fell, 3-2, to Oglethorpe University.