Despite generating numerous scoring chances and dominating possession, the Washington University men’s soccer team was stuck in a scoreless deadlock for most of the game against Westminster College (Mo.). Yet, sophomore Jake Shapiro’s goal in the 80th minute lifted the Bears to a 1-0 victory and gave head coach Joe Clarke his 200th victory as Wash. U.’s coach in his 18th season at the helm.
Battling through sickness, rain and stiff competition, junior Connie Zhou fired the best two-day score (152) of the tournament to lead the Washington University women’s golf team to a third-place finish on Monday at the O’Brien Invitational at the Warren Golf Course in South Bend, Ind.
Behind a balanced scoring attack, the No. 1 Washington University women’s soccer cruised to a 4-0 victory over Greenville College on Tuesday night at Francis Field to improve to 6-0 on the young season.
The Wittenberg Fall Classic started off rocky for the Bears with a narrow, five-set loss to No. 5 California Lutheran University, but the Red and Green recovered to reel off three consecutive victories against Calvin, Otterbein University and Heidelberg University.
Miscues and a lack of focus plagued the Washington University football team on Saturday as the Red and Green struggled in all phases of the game in a 46-22 loss against Rhodes College.
Let’s start here with the Ray Rice case: do not blame Janay Rice under any circumstances. If you are blaming Janay Rice under any circumstances, then stop. Immediately. Domestic violence is a remarkably complex issue, and Janay choosing to marry Ray does not negate her victimhood.
Sophomore goalie Lizzy Crist has proven to be reliable in her first few stabs at filling junior Amy French’s shoes.
Through eight matches of the 2014 season and another four sets against No. 5 Wittenberg University, the Washington University volleyball team had struggled to maintain consistency on offense. But in the fifth set against Wittenberg, the No. 12 Bears hit a blistering .846 attack percentage to upset the Tigers.
An Olivia Lillegraven header knocked past Rhodes College’s sprawling goalie turned a potentially devastating upset into a thrilling victory as the No. 2 ranked Washington University women’s soccer team took down its opponent in a 1-0 overtime contest Saturday evening at Francis Field. On Sunday, the Bears routed Benedictine University by scoring eight goals in a shutout to improve to 5-0 on the season.
Playing its third consecutive road game, the Washington University men’s soccer team jumped out to a 1-0 lead before conceding a goal late against Dominican University (Ill.) in a 1-1 double-overtime draw that evened the Bears’ record to 1-1-1 this season.