The Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both finished second out of six teams at the Wheaton Invitational on Friday and Saturday. The No. 13 men scored 688 points, 202 behind first-place finisher University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. The No. 15 women scored 791, 25 behind Stevens Point. “The meet…
The Washington University Men’s soccer team finished its season with a 1-0 loss to the Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops in the second round of the NCAA tournament. The Bears were on their heels from the beginning, as they were outshot 15-1 in the first half.
It took 69 minutes and 12 corner kicks for Washington University’s Peter Jebson to put away the second goal in a 2-1 victory over the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawks, in their opening NCAA tournament game.
The No. 18 Washington University men’s soccer team wrapped up its regular season by earning a share of the University Athletic Association Championship on Saturday. The Bears took the title with a 2-0 win against the University of Chicago.
The Washington University men’s soccer team picked up a pair of road wins on Friday night and Sunday morning to remain unbeaten in University Athletic Association play and only beaten once overall. The Bears defeated the Brandeis University Judges 2-0 on Sunday and the New York University Violets 2-1 on Friday night, extending their winning streak to five games.
Senior forward Dylan Roman scored two goals, the first coming 16 seconds into the second half, as the No. 6 Washington University men’s soccer team defeated the Greenville College Panthers 3-1 on Saturday at home. The Bears are now 6-0, and Roman has scored in five straight games, with six goals overall this season.
The Washington University men’s soccer team may still be looking to improve this season, but its performance in the first four games have proven to be a fine start. With a 3-0 win over Rhodes College on Saturday night in Memphis, Tenn., the Bears have moved to 4-0 on the season and are outscoring their opponents 8-2 so far.
Despite a makeshift back line and a plethora of freshmen, the Washington University men’s soccer team is beginning to gel, and the Bears are optimistic about the upcoming season. The team graduated two all-UAA defenders, and five of its top six defenders overall.
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