Both men’s and women’s basketball traveled to Ohio to compete in a few tournament games, while most of us were working our way through leftover turkey.
The crowd watched tensely as freshman Sean Connors stepped up to take his corner kick. Stepping back, then running forwards, Connors whipped the ball into the box, where a mass of Bears and Tigers were waiting. The ball dipped and senior Anthony Law headed it home to make the scoreline 3-0, capping off the Washington University men’s soccer team’s first home game of the 2017 season.
When the Washington University volleyball team faltered in a four-set loss to DePauw University, they could chalk it up to any number of reasons: rust, new rotations, plain luck.
The No. 14 Washington University golf team used a final round 307 to snag fourth place in its final match of the season at the 2016 Kathy Niepagan Spring Fling this weekend in Joliet, Ill.
It wasn’t easy going, but the Washington University volleyball team survived an upset scare and maintained its perfect record through another weekend.
Concluding a six-game homestand, the Washington University softball team split a doubleheader against DePauw University on Wednesday. After falling 4-1 in the first game and winning the second 5-1, the Bears’ season record is 14-7, and the team has lost seven of its last 13 since starting 8-0.
A week after giving up its season high in points and being outrebounded for the first time this year in a road loss to No. 1 DePauw University, the Washington University women’s basketball team returned to its strengths, winning the McWilliams Classic for the seventh consecutive year. Playing at home for the first time this season, the No.
Just as Tiger Woods’ final charge failed to bring him the green jacket during this weekend’s Masters Tournament, the No. 3 Washington University women’s golf team’s best efforts to win the 2013 Illinois Wesleyan University Spring Fling tournament came up short.
The last four times that Washington University’s women’s basketball team advanced to the Sweet 16, it kept winning at least until it reached the national championship game. This year, that streak is in jeopardy as undefeated and top-ranked DePauw University stands in the way of the Bears’ quest for another deep tournament run.
The No. 9 Washington University women’s soccer team had an up-and-down road trip this past weekend, losing to No. 3 Wheaton College 4-0 on Saturday in Illinois but rebounding Sunday with a 4-0 victory of its own against DePauw University in Indiana. The Wheaton game was a rematch against the extremely talented team that knocked it out of the playoffs last season.