Bears awake from hibernation: Spring sports take on new season

It’s cold out, but spring sports are starting.

Rohan Gupta and Josh Lewis | Senior Sports Editors

Water polo: WU’s greatest (club) sports dynasty

Washington University’s club water polo team has won four consecutive national championships.

Dorian DeBose | Staff Reporter

Busy weekend for Bears: Winter, spring sports in action

Six different Washington University sports teams saw action this weekend. Here’s what you may have missed.

Rohan Gupta and Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editors

Men’s basketball clinches 15th UAA title with win over Case Western Reserve University

Adding a victory over Carnegie Mellon, the Bears improve to 22-2 on the season.

Frank Yang | Staff Reporter

Family business: Jack Nolan stars for WU 25 years after his uncle Gene

Jack Nolan is a young face on an experienced men’s basketball team. Yet the freshman guard already is drawing comparisons to his record-holding uncle.

Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

Thanks to Doug Pederson, the Eagles are the NFL’s next dynasty

Without Carson Wentz and many of their best playmakers, the responsibility of winning football games fell on Pederson.

Benjamin Simon | Contributing Reporter

Men’s basketball beats Brandeis, NYU

Wash. U. has not lost a game in 2018. That includes a undefeated UAA record.

Heman Duplechan | Staff Reporter

Women’s basketball blows 14-point lead, loses to NYU

Despite leading by 14 with 10 minutes to play, the Bears lost in overtime to NYU.

Josh Davis | Contributing Reporter

Wash. U. celebrates St. Louis Olympic legacy

The St. Louis Sports Commission announced the planned installation of an Olympic Rings “Spectacular” on Danforth Campus.

| Senior Sports Editor

All eyes on PyeongChang: What we’re most excited for in the Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics are happening in PeyongChang. What form of sliding is the Student Life sports staff most excited for?

Sports Staff