The Washington University baseball team capped off a successful weekend of play on Sunday, winning their third game and clinching the series against New York University.
Wash. U. has not lost a game in 2018. That includes a undefeated UAA record.
Despite leading by 14 with 10 minutes to play, the Bears lost in overtime to NYU.
The Washington University women’s soccer team began its final string of road games this weekend with a decisive win against Brandeis University on Friday before a narrow win over No. 25 New York University.
Two overtime periods were not enough to separate two conference rivals on a rainy Sunday in New York, as the Washington University men’s soccer team played to a draw with New York University.
On the one hand, the Bears picked up two wins against conference rivals. On the other, Wash. U. fell short in their biggest match of the weekend against tenth-ranked Carnegie Mellon University.
Traveling northeast for their penultimate regular season weekend, the Washington University men’s and women’s basketball teams arrived in Waltham, Mass., under very different circumstances. The No. 9 women were locked in a dogfight for the University Athletic Association crown with No. 12 University of Rochester while the men, long out of the postseason race, looked to extend their recent run of strong play and put to bed memories of their recent six-game skid. Up against Brandeis University and New York University, both teams got what they came for, securing a pair of victories each.
For two straight games, Washington University Men’s Basketball found itself in need of a three-point play in its final possession. Each time, the team came up short.
While most Washington University students were enjoying fall break on campus, the Wash. U. men’s soccer team had different plans, making a statement with back-to-back road shutouts at New York University and No. 7 Brandeis University this weekend.
By the rankings, the University Athletic Association has the deepest crop of volleyball teams in Division III. With four UAA teams ranked in the top 25 in the country this season, the most of any conference, gone are the days when Washington University could sweep through its conference schedule with ease.