This team will go down in the annals of WashU history as a group of players who, through adversity and indescribable tragedy, showed the WashU community what it means to fight.
In the face of adversity, as head coach Pat Juckem said, “our guys haven’t flinched.”
Riding sharp shooting and strong performances from their centerpieces, the Bears improved to 12-8 on the season.
“In my eyes, we have absolutely no reason not to be the favorites moving forward,” senior Justin Hardy said.
The women have fallen by razor-thin margins, while the men have started hot.
Sophomore Sidney Conner, who was named the University Athletic Association’s Sophomore Rookie of the Year this week, said the Bears are “really prepared” to face UW – La Crosse Saturday.
After a year off from sports during her freshman year, Gretsch ached for an athletic outlet. Once she had found one, she could not be stopped.
Kate and Erin Flynn thought they were done playing soccer together after high school. That wasn’t the case.
Women’s soccer has already won the UAA, while the men will seek to do so against Chicago on Saturday.
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