Men’s track and field claims UAA Indoor title, women place second

The Washington University men’s track and field team clinched its 16th UAA title at the conference indoor championships this weekend at Case Western Reserve University. The women, meanwhile, finished second to the University of Chicago.

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Women’s basketball routs No. 11 Rochester, sweeps season series with Emory

Wash. U. stifled the Yellowjackets from the perimeter, holding Rochester to one of 22 from three.

Rohan Gupta and Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editors

Unbeaten 2018 continues for men’s basketball

Back to back wins against University of Rochester and Emory University in back to back weeks. The Bears are 18-2.

Frank Yang | Staff Reporter

Cross-country crowned UAA champions once again

The men and women’s cross country teams swept the UAA Championship in Woodland Park, N.J.

Benjamin Simon | Contributing Reporter

Women’s soccer pulls away from Rochester 6-0, in UAA home opener

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.

Dorian DeBose | Contributing Reporter

No. 2 women’s soccer shuts out No. 21 Emory in UAA opener

The Wash. U. women’s soccer team wins against Webster University and No. 21 Emory University last week.

Dorian DeBose | Contributing Reporter

Without a conference, life goes on for football players

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.

Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

Men finish second, women come in fifth at swimming and diving UAAs

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.

Jon Lewis | Staff Reporter

Men’s basketball continues surge on home court

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.

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Stuck on 19: Wash. U. athletics aims for a 20th national title

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.

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