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The Thunder curse continued for the Washington University women’s soccer team Saturday night. Playing without University Athletic Association co-player of the year Anna Zambricki, the third-ranked Washington University Bears couldn’t find a steady rhythm on offense.
The No. 9 Washington University women’s soccer team had an up-and-down road trip this past weekend, losing to No. 3 Wheaton College 4-0 on Saturday in Illinois but rebounding Sunday with a 4-0 victory of its own against DePauw University in Indiana. The Wheaton game was a rematch against the extremely talented team that knocked it out of the playoffs last season.
The 11th-ranked Washington University men’s tennis team dominated Wheaton College 9-0 on Saturday as no Bear lost a set. The win allowed the Red and Green to maintain a perfect record at home and improved Wash. U.’s record under head coach Roger Follmer to 96-8 at home.
After shocking No. 1 Augustana College last weekend, the Washington University men’s basketball team upset another ranked opponent on Saturday, defeating No. 17 Wheaton College 77-68 at home. The victory was the Bears’ fifth in a row, continuing a hot streak that began on Nov. 26 against Principia College. Wash. U.
Up two goals to nil against No. 6 Wheaton College (Ill.) with just 18 minutes to go, the Washington University women’s soccer team had a trip to the NCAA semifinals within its sights. In just a handful of minutes, however, that view vanished, as The Thunder scored three goals in 2:16.
The Washington University women’s soccer team recorded its fourth straight loss on Saturday, Sept. 26, to No. 22 Wheaton College, 2-0. This defeat came after a 3-1 loss to then No. 4 Illinois Wesleyan on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
The Washington University men’s soccer team is off to its best start since 1995 after its most recent win. But the Bears (7-0-2) needed some second half offense on Saturday to best the Wheaton College Thunder.
The No. 1 Washington University men’s basketball team was deadly this weekend in the 26th annual Lopata Classic—deadly, of course, from beyond the arc.