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The No. 5 Washington University women’s soccer team held its spot at the top of the University Athletic Association with a pair of wins this past weekend, beating New York University 2-1 on Friday evening and defeating No. 20 Brandeis University 2-1 on Sunday afternoon. “The UAA is an absolutely tremendous conference,” head coach Jim Conlon said.
The Olin Business School at Washington University’s undergraduate program was ranked eighth in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek in its 2012 rankings released earlier this week. Last year, the program was ranked 14th.
After over 39 minutes of action, nothing separated the No. 7 Washington University and New York University women’s basketball teams. In spite of a put-back at the buzzer by senior Brianne Monahan that gave the Bears the lead, there was still no clear winner. Despite some controversy, Wash. U.
No. 23 New York University handed the Washington University men’s basketball team its first conference loss of the season, 89-75 Sunday at the Wash. U. Field House. The Bears fell into a three-way tie for first place in the University Athletic Association after the loss to NYU and an 80-54 home win over Brandeis on Friday.
The Washington University men’s soccer team picked up a pair of road wins on Friday night and Sunday morning to remain unbeaten in University Athletic Association play and only beaten once overall. The Bears defeated the Brandeis University Judges 2-0 on Sunday and the New York University Violets 2-1 on Friday night, extending their winning streak to five games.
The Washington University women’s basketball team rebounded from its loss to the University of Rochester, just the fourth of the season, with blowout wins over New York University and Brandeis University this weekend.
The tobacco ban implemented by Wash. U. this summer rides a trend of smoking and tobacco bans, implemented on college campuses across America.
After another weekend of University Athletic Association (UAA) play, the Washington University men’s soccer team remains in the same position in conference standings they entered with—one point behind conference leader New York University, tied for second place with Emory University.
The Washington University women’s soccer team (10-6-2, 3-1-2 UAA) resumed University Athletic Association play this past weekend against Brandeis University and New York University. The Bears fell 2-0 to Brandeis on Friday, Oct. 29, but they defeated NYU 2-1 on Sunday, Oct. 31.
For Washington University’s men’s and women’s cross country teams, Saturday marked a momentous day in each team’s history.