In case you missed it: Post-spring semester sports recap

In the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at St. Lawrence University, then-senior Lucy Cheadle’s third career individual national title headlined a historic day for the Washington University women’s track and field team. The Bears captured five top-three finishes on their way to a third-place finish at the meet, their highest in school history.

| Senior Sports Editor

Bears take women’s team title, individual honors at regionals

For the first time in school history, a runner from both the Washington University men’s and women’s cross-country teams took home individual regional titles.

Weber Gaowen | Contributing Reporter

Cross-country teams set to start season despite recent heat wave

While it may be hard to fathom because of this week’s intense heat wave, it’s running season for the Washington University men’s and women’s cross country teams.

| Senior Sports Editor

Track hopes for two titles at UAA Outdoor Championships

Men’s track and field Looking for its sixth straight University Athletic Association outdoor title, the Washington University men’s track-and-field team is projected to be in a dead heat with Carnegie Mellon University at the UAA Outdoor Championships in Chicago. According to head coach Jeff Stiles, the two are tied on paper.

| Staff Reporter

Two distance records highlight WU Invitational

Juniors Lucy Cheadle and Drew Padgett each bested school and track records as both the Washington University men’s and women’s track-and-field teams recorded top-six finishes in the largest meet of the outdoor season to date.

| Staff Reporter

Men’s cross-country finishes fourth in nation, three Bears named All-Americans

Injury and sickness marred the Washington University cross-country rosters at the NCAA Championships Saturday in Hanover, Ind. Yet the women’s team matched its national ranking, and the men’s squad attained a point total that would have tied for last season’s national title. Three All-Americans drove the efforts.

| Senior Sports Editor

Men’s cross country wins another title, women finish fourth

Making conference history Saturday in Pittsburgh, the Washington University men’s cross-country team raced to its fourth straight University Athletic Association title. The Bears, ranked No. 2 nationally, broke the record shared by themselves and New York University for consecutive conference championships.

| Senior Sports Editor

Cross-country nets two top-three finishes at Brooks Invitational

Only two-time defending national champion North Central College edged out the No. 3 Washington University men’s crosscountry team at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Brooks Invitational Saturday, and the No. 26 women’s team placed third.

| Senior Sports Editor

Speedy season debut earns Padgett national recognition

Junior runner Drew Padgett earned NCAA Division III Men’s Cross Country National Athlete of the Week honors after his record-setting performance Saturday at the Gabby Reuveni Early Bird Meet. Padgett’s 19:10 run was the fastest in team history on the 6,000-meter course in Forest Park, and he finished 15 seconds ahead of all competitors Saturday.

| Senior Sports Editor

Track-and-Field teams win five events, men champions at SLU

With only two weeks left before the University Athletic Association Outdoor Championships, the Washington University men’s and women’s track-and-field teams showed just how prepared they are at the Saint Louis University Invitational.

| Managing Editor