After sailing through their first eight games, the baseball team played their first top-ranked teams this week. But that didn’t stop them.
This weekend represented the most full days of Washington University sports in more than a year, with four different teams of Bears in action.
Across her first two seasons on the Washington University women’s tennis team, junior Hannah Johnston posted a 6-1 record in singles. Now, after winning her first match of the year in the Bears’ victory over Northern Iowa last Saturday, she’s looking to add to that record.
There was a time when I moved my body with joy. It feels like yesterday. A decade and a half goes by so fast you’ve hardly got time to toss out the teddy bears before the beer bottles pile up.
There appears to be ample reason for optimism about the winter and the spring. If exhaustion laced Azama’s voice when we spoke, it was weaved with equal parts hope.
It would be one thing if these games were anomalies, random nights where they somehow became greater than the sum of their parts. But the Pistons keep beating the NBA’s best.
History will remember the 2020 Kansas City Chiefs as just one of the field, a road block between the inevitable Tom Brady and his seventh championship.
Student Life talked to Jacob about how he approached the 2020-2021 season, growing up with athletic siblings and his hopes for upcoming seasons.
Even though the Washington University swimming and diving team does not know when their next race will be, the Bears have kept training.
That things are looking up for the Grizzlies is a reminder that our hellish present will eventually become the past.
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