While Washington University students rested during Fall Break, the Red and Green sports teams kept on chugging along, completing a successful four-day weekend to enter the home stretch. Here’s a snapshot of what you may have missed while you were letting loose (or catching up on your snoozes).
All but one fall team is ranked; women’s golf and women’s soccer stand No. 1 in Division III; the cross country squads and volleyball remain top-10; and men’s soccer just entered the top-25 in the nation. Things are getting serious around Danforth Campus—here’s what’s in store as we transition from the former portion of the calendar to the latter.
This weekend, the Washington University women’s soccer team traveled to New York, where they defeated University of Rochester by a score of 1-0.
Through 10 games, the Washington University women’s soccer team is one of five teams not to have suffered a defeat in the nation. They have dominated opponents to this point, and much of the reason why has to do with their defensive play.
The No. 1-ranked Wash. U. women’s soccer team remained undefeated as they pulled out a 2-1 home victory over the Emory Eagles.
After eight undefeated games, the Washington University women’s soccer team reached No. 1 in the United Soccer Coaches Top 25 Poll Tuesday. Now 10-0 for their best start since also going 10-0 in 2007, the Bears are one of six remaining undefeated teams in Division III.
This past Thursday, the Washington University women’s soccer team picked up another impressive win against their Wydown rivals, Fontbonne University by a score of 4-0.
The fall sports season is in full swing, with a number of electric matchups each day, from MLB to the NFL to NCAA football to Washington University sports. We asked our writers what games they expect to be the most exciting this weekend as Wash. U. students search for a respite from the weekly grind.
This weekend, the Washington University women’s soccer team continued their undefeated season with wins over Rhodes College and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
The Washington University women’s soccer team improved to 4-0 this weekend, shutting out Claremont Mudd Scripps Colleges and Franklin College, 3-0 and 5-0, respectively, at Francis Field.