Women’s basketball loses to No. 4 Hope in NCAA second round

After sneaking into the playoffs, the Bears topped Wheaton College in the first round. But a day later they could not overcome Hope’s timely runs.

Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

Eye-popping performance ends men’s basketball’s season against Hope

If you didn’t know Cody Stuive’s name before Saturday, no one would blame you. He’s a senior, he plays for Hope College and prior to his team’s second round clash with Washington University, he was a fairly nondescript small forward–the third or fourth scoring option for a pretty good basketball program.

| Senior Sports Editor

Arends’ redemptive double pushes softball past DePauw

When Taylor Arends stepped up to the plate with two-on and two out the top of the ninth tied 4-4 against DePauw University, she did so while mired in a mini-slump—or whatever counts as such for a freshman shortstop who currently ranks fifth or better on the Washington University softball team in just about every meaningful offensive category.

| Senior Sports Editor

Bears advance to Sweet 16

The Washington University women’s basketball team defeated Hope College 56-52 on Saturday night on Hope’s campus in Holland, Mich., to reach the third round of the 2011 Division III NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.

| Executive Editor

Bears receive at-large bid to NCAA tournament

The defending national champions have reached the postseason for the 22nd straight season. The No. 12 Washington University women’s basketball team will face No. 10 Denison University in the opening round of the 2011 Division III NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship tournament on Friday night in Holland, Mich., as announced Monday by the NCAA Selection Committee.

| Executive Editor

Third time’s the charm

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.”

| Managing Editor

Bears advance to national championship match

No. 4 Washington University advances to national championship match against No. 1 Juniata College.

| Senior Sports Editor

Slideshow: Volleyball takes second at classic

The Washington University volleyball team’s hot start came to a halt on Saturday, as the Bears split a pair of matches en route to a second place finish in the 2009 Bears Classic.

| Photo Staff

Bears split final matches to finish 2nd in classic

The Washington University volleyball team’s hot start came to a halt on Saturday, as the Bears split a pair of matches en route to a second place finish in the 2009 Bears Classic.

| Sports Reporter

Bears begin season with two home wins

The Washington University women’s soccer team showed that it can win in any manner and by any margin by sweeping both of its games this past weekend.

| Sports Reporter