Harvard? Cornell? Neither Ivy League institution put up much of a fight against the Washington University Chess Club in its most recent major tournament.
The Washington University football team was staring at a bleak 1-4 record halfway through the season, but coach Larry Kindbom remained confident in his team, and the Bears focused on improving each week, knowing they could still finish the season on a high note. On Saturday, Wash. U.’s focus and perseverance paid off against Case Western Reserve University.
On its Senior Day, when teams honor the hard work and achievement of their longest-tenured players, the Washington University women’s soccer team notched another win, making another big step toward this season’s goals.
The Midwest may not be known for the traditionally coastal game of water polo, but in the club sports world, Washington University is a hotspot. Ranked No. 1 among Division III club teams, the Bears are in the midst of defending a national title. Wash. U. competed in its first tournament of the season Sept. 15-16 in St. Peters, Mo.
The tradition of excellent matches between the Washington University women’s volleyball team and Juniata College continued this weekend – and the recent trend of the Bears coming out on top stayed intact as well.
More than nine months after celebrating its tenth national title in University Heights, Ohio, the Washington University women’s volleyball team would like nothing more than to replay that scene on their own court this year, and make no mistake about it—this group knows what it takes to win.
With the Washington University women’s basketball team taking the national championship this past weekend, head coach Nancy Fahey won her fifth title at Wash. U. as she improved her all-time record here to 571-100 (.851 percent).
Women’s basketball emerged victorious from the Division III NCAA Final Four in Bloomington, IL this weekend. The no. 6 Washington University Bears defeated the no. 4 Hope College Flying Dutchmen for the national title. This video captures the team’s and the fans’ intensity from the beginning of the championship game to after the buzzer.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — After a third appearance in the championship game in four years, Jaimie McFarlin and the veteran Washington University women’s basketball team would not be denied. “Even when I was shooting those last free throws, I was thinking [that] it’s still not over,” McFarlin said. “I just couldn’t believe it until the confetti started falling, and it was real confetti, not the confetti in my dreams.