With its season likely hanging in the balance, the No. 19 Washington University men’s soccer team rallied from a two-goal deficit twice in the second half at the University of Chicago on Saturday. Junior midfielder Jonathan Lipsey scored on an overtime penalty kick to clinch the 4-3 victory.
With a 2-1 road victory over conference foe New York University on Sunday, the Washington University men’s soccer team positioned itself better for an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. An 86th-minute goal by freshman midfielder/back Jake Shapiro, assisted by freshman midfielder Grant Baltes, gave Wash. U. the lead for good.
Four decades ago, Washington University men’s soccer head coach Joe Clarke took the soccer field representing Saint Louis University. The local kid out of McBride High School had been recruited to play for the SLU Billikens, then the best men’s soccer program in the nation. “Everybody in St.
The ball again failed to bounce the way of the Washington University men’s soccer team in overtime as the Bears suffered a 2-1 loss to No. 18 University of Rochester Sunday on Senior Day at Francis Field.
With an early start time on Saturday, the offense for the No. 16 Washington University men’s soccer team failed to wake up in a 1-0 loss to Carnegie Mellon University at Francis Field. The Bears were shut out for the first time this season in the 11 a.m. game. Wash. U.
On a hot and humid Sunday in Atlanta, playing to double overtime was not a preference for the No. 15 Washington University men’s soccer team. The Bears couldn’t break through and get a win either, but they were content with a 1-1 tie against Emory University in the first game of University Athletic Association play. [...]
Looking for its first win over a ranked team this season, the No. 16 Washington University men’s soccer team established a 2-0 lead over No. 8 Wheaton College, but the Thunder rallied for a 3-2 overtime win in Wheaton, Ill. on Saturday. After both teams had six shots in the first half, Wheaton outshot Wash. U.
In its first road game of the season, the Washington University men’s soccer team routed Westminster College 4-0 on Saturday. The Bears (3-1-1) snapped a two-game winless streak behind four goals by freshmen and a stellar defensive effort. The Bears got off to a quick start with two goals in the first half.
Despite scoring two late goals in a span of just more than two minutes, the Washington University men’s soccer team couldn’t muster enough of a rally to defeat No. 13 Dominican University Saturday at Francis Field. The Bears fell 3-2 for their first loss of the young season after winning two games the previous weekend.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HapnZo1dqSo&feature=youtu.be Washington University men’s soccer goalkeeper Jonathan Jebson gives editor-in-chief Sahil Patel some pointers on stopping penalty kicks before the pair compete in a shootout of their own. Shot by Matt Lauer.