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The Washington University men’s soccer team ended a three-game losing streak on Sunday afternoon at Francis Field when it defeated Emory University, 1-0, thanks to a goal by junior Jeremy Kirkwood in the 88th minute of the game.
After reclaiming sole possession of first place in the University Athletic Association with a win over the University of Rochester Friday, Jan. 27, the Washington University men’s basketball team upset No. 4 Emory University to remain atop the conference standings.
Coming off a 6-0 loss to No. 2 Emory University in the University Athletic Association finals on April 17, the Washington University men’s tennis team bounced back with a convincing 8-1 victory over Grinnell College on Saturday. The No. 6 Bears started off the day with a 3-0 sweep in doubles for the seventh time this season.
For the third straight year, the Washington University men’s track and field team will be bringing in the University Athletic Association trophy. The men’s and women’s teams traveled to Atlanta, Ga. on Friday and Saturday for the 2011 UAA Outdoor Championships, and the men’s team came home with its third straight conference title and 14th overall in the program’s history. The women’s team took second, just behind Emory University.
After a commanding 9-0 victory over Case Western Reserve University and a 5-3 win over the University of Chicago, the Washington University men’s tennis team was swept by Emory University, 6-0, at the University Athletic Association Championships last weekend in Beverly, Mass.
The No. 5 Washington University men’s tennis team’s run through the UAA Championships came to a halt in the finals against Emory University. The Bears were swept 6-0 Sunday afternoon as the No. 2 Eagles took the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Wash. U. defeated No.
After defeating No. 11 North Carolina Wesleyan University, 8-1, and No. 6 University of California Santa-Cruz, 5-4, the No. 7 Washington University men’s tennis team dropped the finals match of the ITA Indoor National Championship, 6-3, to No. 2 Emory University.
The Washington University swimming teams came home from the University Athletic Association Championships in Rochester, N.Y., with four wins and some potential NCAA-qualifying times.
For the first time since the opening weekend of University Athletic Association play, the Washington University women’s basketball team was unable to come away from a weekend unscathed.
After a losing-streak snapping 4-0 win over Principia College last Tursday, the Washington University women’s soccer team started its University Athletic Association (UAA) season against No. 14 Emory University on Sunday, Oct. 3. The game remained scoreless after 110 minutes of play, ending in a 0-0 tie.