The Washington University swimming and diving team competed in the UAA Championship this weekend. Many individual Bears swam to top finishes over the four-day competition as the men and women’s teams placed second and fourth, respectively.
The Washington University men’s basketball team bested New York University and Brandeis University this weekend, but their efforts weren’t enough to give them a chance to capture a UAA championship.
In a weekend of high-scoring games, the Washington University women’s basketball team picked up two big wins against New York University and Brandeis and clinched the UAA regular season title, punching their ticket to the NCAA Division III basketball tournament this March.
Every so often, an athlete-athlete, athlete-celebrity or athlete-regular person couple comes along that reminds us love is real and perfection is attainable. Here are the Student Life sports staff’s favorite athlete couples, past and present.
What cold? The Washington University basketball teams have been nothing but sizzling through the first month of the spring semester.
The Washington University women’s basketball team’s impressive run of wins came to end this weekend, as they fell to Emory University 75-66 on Friday. However, the team quickly bounced back on Sunday with a win, defeating the University of Rochester 61-53.
The women’s tennis team won its only match, a Sunday showdown against DePauw University, 5-4. The men’s team also defeated DePauw on Sunday, sweeping them 9-0, but lost to Butler University and the University of Indianapolis the day before.
The Washington University men’s basketball team’s seven-game winning streak came to an end this weekend, as the Bears dropped a pair of games to No. 24 Emory University and the University of Rochester.
Despite all the sorrows about losing the Rams to Los Angeles and dreams unfulfilled of the Atlanta Hawks returning home to the land of the Arch, we still have two professional sports teams. We should be grateful. We should take pride in our Blues.
The Washington University men’s basketball team felt a bit of deja vu this past weekend as they squared off against Carnegie Mellon University and Case Western Reserve University for the second time in two weeks. This time, it was the Bears venturing out and playing in enemy territory instead of possessing home court advantage.