UW-La Crosse is the Washington University women’s soccer team’s next hurdle. Beyond that, either University of Chicago or Wheaton College lie in wait.
A pair of goals in 41 seconds delivered the Wash. U. women’s soccer team their second-straight UAA title.
After an hour-long lightning delay, the Washington University men’s soccer team finished its season with a 2-1 loss to No. 11 University of Chicago Saturday.
The University of Chicago provides a litmus test for the championship-hopeful women’s soccer team. For the men, the Maroons are an outside shot at the playoffs.
Just like many other Wash. U. students, the Bears traveled to Chicago, Ill. over fall break. Instead of taking pictures of the Chicago Bean, however, the volleyball team matched up with four UAA rivals, including two heavyweight bouts with ranked opposition.
The Washington University football team was able to rebound from last week’s loss to claim a 28-12 win over the University of Chicago Saturday at Francis Field.
It was a weekend of extremes at the UAA Championship in Altamonte Springs, Fla. for the Washington University women’s tennis team. On one hand, the No. 10 Bears ended their weekend with two straight losses for a fourth place finish, but on the other, senior Rebecca Ho reached a huge career milestone, breaking the all-time Wash. U. wins record with her 184th career victory.
The Washington University men’s tennis experienced a major case of deja vu this weekend at the UAA Championship in Altamonte Springs, Fla.
In a heavyweight battle between the sixth-ranked Bears and the No. 5 Maroons, Jeremy Bush pulled through, winning the third set 8-6.
It was a tale of two matches this weekend for the Washington University women’s tennis team. The No. 10 Bears coasted to a lopsided 8-1 victory of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Friday, then found themselves on the other side of the same scoreline Sunday afternoon against the University of Chicago.