In a weekend of high-scoring games, the Washington University women’s basketball team picked up two big wins against New York University and Brandeis and clinched the UAA regular season title, punching their ticket to the NCAA Division III basketball tournament this March.
What cold? The Washington University basketball teams have been nothing but sizzling through the first month of the spring semester.
The Washington University women’s basketball team’s impressive run of wins came to end this weekend, as they fell to Emory University 75-66 on Friday. However, the team quickly bounced back on Sunday with a win, defeating the University of Rochester 61-53.
The Washington University women’s basketball team extended their winning streak to ten straight this weekend as they picked up two road wins against Carnegie Mellon University and Case Western Reserve University.
The Washington University women’s basketball team continued their impressive winning streak with two big victories against Carnegie Mellon and Case Western Reserve.
After starting the season 5-5, the Bears have won their last 6 games. They remain the only UAA team undefeated in conference play.
This weekend, the Washington University women’s basketball team picked up two convincing wins away from home against New York University and Brandeis. Wash. U. dominated both games from start to finish finding ways to score from both within the paint and beyond the arc.
The Washington University women’s basketball team won its second consecutive game on Monday, defeating Greenville University 71-55.
While many students went home for some time off and turkey last week, there was little rest for the Washington University basketball teams this Thanksgiving break as they continued their seasons through the holiday weekend.
The No. 18-ranked Washington University women’s basketball team started out their regular season this past weekend. Hosting the 18th annual McWilliams Classic tournament, they faced off against No. 22 University of Texas at Dallas.