The men and women’s cross country teams swept the UAA Championship in Woodland Park, N.J.
The Washington University women’s soccer team continued on their winning run this week, beating Principia College 4-0 Monday and the University of Rochester 6-0 Sunday in its UAA home debut.
The Wash. U. women’s soccer team wins against Webster University and No. 21 Emory University last week.
Most college football teams play in a conference. So, when it became evident that the Washington University football team would be without a conference for the 2017 season, it created a bit of a scheduling nightmare for head coach Larry Kindbom.
The Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams kicked off its postseason this weekend, traveling to Chicago for the University Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championships. The men matched their conference result from last year, finishing second, while the women dropped three spots, to fifth place overall.
Five weeks into conference play last season, the Bears were 2-7m with five losses coming by three points or less. Now, Wash. U. is 9-0 in the UAA, with a chance to crack the top-five national rankings for the first time since January 2015.
If I’ve learned anything from movies about the college experience, it’s that the undergraduate years are magical, and like adolescent Peter Pans, students shouldn’t want to graduate out of the 18-21 age range.
After years of dealing with logistical issues linked to their affiliation with their University Athletic Association (UAA), the Washington University football team and athletic department have announced that the football program will become an associate member of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) starting in 2018.
In a battle between top-five opponents, the No. 5 Washington University men’s tennis team lost its stranglehold on No. 2 Emory University and fell short of winning its third consecutive University Athletic Association championship.
It’s been three weeks, three wins and three losses for the Washington University men’s basketball team, which once again struggled to find consistency on its way to splitting its third consecutive weekend series in University Athletic Association play.