Hannah Lustman

Hannah Lustman is a managing editor for Student Life.

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Soccer team goes viral: Players entertain with music videos

While Washington University fans might be accustomed to seeing the men’s soccer team in red and white game-day garb, a new team project has players dressed in cowboy hats, swim trunks and fanny packs. Players have filmed comic videos of themselves singing and dancing on four road trips this season and intend to continue this experiment in music video production.

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Graduating pitcher Voris reminisces on four years

Claire Voris has come a long way since her days as a McDonald’s Nugget Little League player. The senior pitcher began her softball career 17 years ago, and she is capping off her career as a pitching mainstay at Washington University with team records and league accolades.

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Back to basics: Wash U. athletics summer camps

While the Washington University athletic coaching staffs may spend time away from their athletes during the summer, they welcome an entirely new set of trainees in June—some of whom are as young as 6 years old.

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Women’s basketball spearheads new spirit group

The Washington University “Bombshells,” a new cheering section started by members of the women’s basketball team, is looking to bring crowds to athletic events and invigorate the spirit of the student body. Senior Alex Hoover formed the group hoping to garner fan support for other women’s varsity programs.

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WU Contra prepares for approaching College Series

One team representing Washington University has already faced the likes of the University of Kansas and the University of Wisconsin this year, but this team is not a school-sponsored squad. Contra, the Wash. U. Men’s Club Ultimate team, is gearing up for its spring season with its sights set on nationals. Contra began on Wash. U.’s campus 20 years ago.

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Stereotypes advance to national final

The Stereotypes are bringing their voices to the Big Apple as the Midwest’s top a cappella group. The all-male group took first place out of eight competitors in the Midwest semifinal of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA), which was held Saturday night in Edison Theatre.

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Bears take second place in UAA tournament

Playing 14 games in just 10 days, the Washington University softball team picked up 11 wins, securing second place in the University Athletic Association and its first win of the season over a ranked opponent in the process. Over spring break, the Bears traveled to Altamonte Springs, Fla., for the UAA tournament and faced four different UAA squads twice.

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Bears rebound with sweep of D-II Southern Indiana

One week after losing all but one game to the University of Chicago, the No. 16 Washington University women’s tennis team bounced back over the weekend with a 9-0 sweep of the University of Southern Indiana, a NCAA Division-II team.

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Bears unable to compete with No. 3 Chicago

While its season may be young, the Washington University women’s tennis team has already faced one of the toughest opponents on its schedule. The No. 21 Bears dropped a challenging match to No. 3 University of Chicago 8-1 last Saturday in Belleville, Illinois.

| Sports Editor

Student-founded MMA league prepares for the biggest fight in its young history

Many sports fans have imagined turning their favorite pastime into a business, but very few can say they’ve succeeded by their senior year of college.

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