Adding a victory over Carnegie Mellon, the Bears improve to 22-2 on the season.
Fourteen Bears players saw time this weekend thanks to a pair of blowout victories.
The struggles continue for the Wash. U. football team. They drop their sixth game of the season against Case Western.
On the one hand, the Bears picked up two wins against conference rivals. On the other, Wash. U. fell short in their biggest match of the weekend against tenth-ranked Carnegie Mellon University.
The Washington University baseball and softball teams must have been given the same script this weekend, because each went win-loss-win-loss against Case Western Reserve University Friday and Saturday, with each respective pair of wins and losses following a similar pattern.
The No. 11 Washington University women’s basketball team secured two road wins over conference opponents this weekend.
On Senior Day, the Washington University football team completed an inspiring performance and forced four turnovers in a 28-17 victory over Case Western Reserve University on Saturday at Francis Field.
Looking for its first conference victory, the Washington University men’s soccer team conceded two goals in a 2-0 loss to the Case Western Reserve University Spartans on Friday, and then played to a scoreless draw against the University of Rochester Yellojackets on Sunday.
Powering through 20-plus mile-per-hour winds and a match cancellation due to rain, the Washington University women’s tennis team picked up wins over Case Western Reserve University and the No. 12 University of Chicago in a series of matches over the weekend.
The weekend was more sweet than bitter for the No. 5 Washington University women’s basketball team as the emotions of Senior Day did nothing to stop the team from winning two more games and clinching the University Athletic Association title.