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.
The name of the game for Washington University’s football team this weekend was defense in a 23-10 victory over Elmhurst College
Fresh off an impressive offensive performance against Carthage College, the Washington University football team looked to continue their momentum against North Park University Saturday afternoon.
Saturday afternoon, as the seasons turned from summer to fall, the Washington University football team showed that it is ready for its own adjustment to the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW), with a 51-31 victory over Carthage College.
After an early bye week, the Washington University football team was back in action Saturday at No. 5 North Central College, falling behind 22-0 in the first half and ultimately falling, 32-19.
The Washington University football team opened a new season Saturday at Francis Field against the University of Chicago, establishing a 1-0 record with a 24-17 victory.
With a fairly unfamiliar mix of teams on the docket, Wash. U. will have to prepare for a new set of opponents. Let’s take a look at the scouting report for some of these teams as the Bears look forward to the 2018 season.
On a bittersweet Saturday afternoon at Francis Field, the Washington University football team closed out its season with a 41-7 win over Bridgewater College as 18 seniors suited up in the Red and Green for the final time.
The struggles continue for the Wash. U. football team. They drop their sixth game of the season against Case Western.
After losing four straight games, the Washington University football team returned to its winning ways Saturday with a 55-20 win over Buena Vista University at Francis Field.