Visiting DePauw University put on an offensive showcase and upset the No. 14 Bears 83-73 in the Field House on Thursday, ending Wash. U.’s season in the first round of the NCAA Division III tournament.
After earning an at-large bid to the 2015 tournament with a 20-5 overall record and 9-5 University Athletic Association mark, the Red and Green will look to finally get over the hump and reach the postseason’s second weekend this season. Here is a quick look at what to expect from the Bears at this stage of tournament play.
After a surprising second-round exit last season, the Red and Green have set their sights on a deeper playoff run this time around, so take a look at what to expect from the Bears before they take the court.
They’ve lost just two home games since becoming full-time starters, they’ve lived together for two years and now a trio of seniors has added two conference titles to its friendship.
Following a routine victory in the quarterfinals, the No. 8 Washington University women’s tennis team dropped two close matches against ranked opponents to finish in fourth place at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s (ITA) Division III indoor tournament.
With the win on Saturday, the Bears finished the regular season with a 20-5 overall record and 9-5 record in the University Athletic Association to capture second place in the conference.
By the narrowest of margins, the 1,600-meter relay team delivered in dramatic fashion and won by less than a second over the University of Chicago to secure a one-point conference championship victory at the University Athletic Association Indoor Championships on Sunday in Chicago.
In an effort to improve communication between St. Louis police officers and urban youth, Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity has joined forces with Be In The Know About Bullying, Red Alert and the Washington University Athletic Department to develop the Gateway Program.
Facing a surging University of Chicago offense, the No. 9 Washington University women’s basketball team will need to fall back on its defense to deliver a blow to the Windy City.
A year after winning its first ITA Indoor championship, the Washington University men’s tennis team fell short of duplicating the result as it placed third in the 2015 tournament over the weekend in St. Peter, Minn.