Lizzy Crist is the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year.
Lizzy Crist is the UAA nominee for the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
On Saturday, Nov. 19, the Washington University football team will travel to Oshkosh, Wis., to take on the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in the first round of the NCAA playoffs. It will be just the program’s third appearance in the postseason, and its first since 2013.
For senior Lucy Cheadle of the Washington University women’s cross-country team, this calendar year has been one filled with an NCAA title, conference records and Division I aspirations as she nears her last cross-country race for the Red and Green.
The team’s No. 11 ranking is its lowest ever in a preseason poll, but most of last year’s key players return and give the Bears hope for another run to a championship.
Under the direction of seventh-year head coach Sean Curtis, Wash. U. will look to start the fall season on the right foot as they look to repeat as the tournament’s champions.
2013-14 was a banner year for Washington University athletics. Three teams earned No. 1 rankings, and 10 University Athletic Association championships were brought back to the Danforth Campus. Ten student-athletes were named UAA MVPs, and the Bears’ rosters featured 28 All-Americans. Here is a review of each team’s accomplishments from the year through April 27.
Memories of losing records can be long lost when success piles up over time. For the Washington University men’s basketball team, one would have to dig through 30 years before finding its last losing record.
Washington University’s basketball teams both kick off their 2013-14 seasons on Saturday. Here’s what to expect from these two highly ranked teams: Women’s basketball The Breakdown Returning their top nine scorers from a squad that advanced to the third round of the 2013 NCAA tournament, the Bears enter this season ranked No. 2 in Division III.
On Saturday, Aug. 31, Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel ran through the tunnel onto Kyle Field for Texas A&M University’s season opener against Rice University. But Manziel, arguably the nation’s best player, was forced to sit on the bench until halftime due to a suspension agreed upon by both the NCAA and his university.