The Washington University baseball and softball teams had rough outings this weekend as both teams dropped their series against Emory University.
Yes, April is here, snow, thunderstorms and all. And that means just one month remains in this year of Bear sports. Welcome to the final edition of Red and Green, where we digest and regurgitate the best and worst that represent Wash. U. athletics.
The MLB regular season started this Friday, and as most Washington University students know, the St. Louis community thrives during the summer for one reason in particular: the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Washington University baseball team split a doubleheader with Illinois Wesleyan University Sunday at Kelly Field, dropping the first game, 6-1, before winning the second, 8-1.
Each spring, various Wash. U. teams travel thousands of miles, flying to preseason warm ups, tournaments against high-ranking opposition and even national championships.
Spring sports have begun in earnest, and this weekend was highlighted by women’s tennis traveling to Chattanooga, Tenn. for indoor nationals and baseball playing its first home games of the year.
It’s cold out, but spring sports are starting.
Six different Washington University sports teams saw action this weekend. Here’s what you may have missed.
It’s been a busy spring for Washington University athletics. But, for the most part, scheduled spring games are over, and Wash. U. athletes, just like the rest of us, are now strapping in for the push through finals week, all the while preparing for playoff matches on the other side of their exams.
At Division III schools, most athletes end their career after their graduate. One Bear, however, is not letting his dream die when he receives his diploma in Brookings Quadrangle this May.