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Men’s basketball opens conference play with mixed results

After starting the season 9-2, the Bears’ 3-2 conference record reflects the challenges of conference play as they fight for a bid to continue playing into the postseason. 

| Junior Sports Editor

Need an activity? Club sports could be for you

Looking to continue your high school sport in college? Want to stay active and make new friends? Club sports might have a spot for you. 

| Junior Sports Editor

New Sports Performance Center to be added to the Athletic Complex, student-athletes cautiously optimistic

The new sports performance center, which is aimed to be completed by fall 2022, has been met with both excitement and uncertainty.

| Junior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer’s season ends in heartbreak Sweet 16 loss

This was the second consecutive season for the Bears to end in heartbreak, as they also were eliminated in 2019 by penalty kicks in the Elite Eight. 

| Staff Reporter

Defense carries women’s soccer back to Sweet 16

The Bears will face the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse next Saturday in their sixth straight Sweet 16 appearence.

| Staff Reporter

Women’s soccer ends regular season with draw against No. 16 Chicago, will face Beloit at home in first round Saturday

Head coach Stephanie Gabbert said the team will need to get better at finishing on its opportunities going into the tournament.

| Staff Reporter

WashU and UChicago: The state of the rivalry

The rivalry dates back to the first football game between the schools, in 1933.

| Staff Reporter

A playoff primer for one of the wildest baseball seasons in memory

After a wild 162 game season, the Major League Baseball playoffs return to their normal format, as 10 teams will once again compete for the championship.

| Staff Reporter

Women’s soccer continues to dominate with two weekend wins ahead of UAA play

With the wins over Wheaton and Rose-Hulman, the Bears imrpoved to 7-0-1 on the year.

and | Contributing Reporter and Senior Sports Editor

‘We’re out there looking for the best people in the world’: WashU’s race and ethnicity cluster hire continues

After four faculty members were recruited or promoted in the first round of Washington University’s race and ethnicity cluster hire initiative, the second round is well under way as the University continues pushing toward its goal to build a world class research program on race.

| Contributing Writer

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