The Wash. U women’s tennis team had an impressive series of comebacks to defeat NAIA No. 7 William Woods University Tuesday.
I recently quit the tennis team. Thousands of hours of training, lost weekends, lost memories—lost for no reason, I thought.
In a heavyweight battle between the sixth-ranked Bears and the No. 5 Maroons, Jeremy Bush pulled through, winning the third set 8-6.
While many Washington University students hit the beach or headed home for spring break, the school’s athletic programs didn’t miss a beat.
If you managed to jump over the temporary wall around the Athletic Complex this past weekend, you’d know that there’s no debating whether the Washington University fall sports season is in full swing.
In its first major action of the 2016-17 school year, the Washington University men’s tennis team posted a series of strong performances at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central Regional this weekend.
The Washington University men’s and women’s tennis teams shared a similar fate this weekend, both reaching the University Athletic Association Championship before ultimately falling to No. 1 Emory University in the title match at Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs, Fla.
As the school year races towards the finish line, so too does Washington University’s spring sports regular season.
The seventh-seeded Washington University women’s tennis team battled to a fifth-place finish in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Indoor Championship Friday through Saturday at DePauw University.
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