So, we have another L.A.-Boston championship. Here’s how the Student Life sports staff thinks this one will go. Hint: Title-starved Beantown (none in three months!) will host another parade.
Following last week’s success against two of Washington University’s east coast conference opponents, the men’s basketball team looked to continue their streak in hopes of increasing their likelihood of making the playoffs.
The Washington University women’s basketball team continued their impressive winning streak with two big victories against Carnegie Mellon and Case Western Reserve.
Seniors on the Washington University swimming and diving team swam at their last home meet on Saturday. The Bears defeated No. 25 Wabash College 172.5-107.5, but fell 156-142 to Division I Illinois State.
I couldn’t keep my eyes off the man on the mound, Mike Mussina. Many others—Bobby Abreu, Hideki Matsui, Andy Pettitte—etched their places in my first era of Bronx baseball. But with Mussina, I had a special relationship.
After starting the season 5-5, the Bears have won their last 6 games. They remain the only UAA team undefeated in conference play.
When I turned on the game, seconds before Sony Michel punched in his first score of the day, I knew that victory was already out of reach.
This weekend, the Washington University women’s basketball team picked up two convincing wins away from home against New York University and Brandeis. Wash. U. dominated both games from start to finish finding ways to score from both within the paint and beyond the arc.
The Bears opened the weekend against the Violets of New York University, who came into Friday night’s contest with a three game losing streak and a 6-8 record overall for the season.
The Washington University women’s basketball team won its second consecutive game on Monday, defeating Greenville University 71-55.