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Baseball goes winless in crucial weekend series against Emory

For the Bears, however, the four-game stretch against the Eagles was a weekend to forget.

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Bringing football back to St. Louis: Battlehawks enter season three with promise and fanfare

But no matter how the team finishes, they now hold an additional responsibility: the Battlehawks are St. Louis’ team and have brought something that the city has been missing for the past few years.

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The NBA draft is broken

The lottery has mainly had the reverse effect, keeping too many teams in the cellar for too long.

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“Survive and Advance:” Men’s basketball moves on to Sweet 16 after two dramatic overtime wins

Oliff stayed confident, like the Bears have all year in clutch situations, and sank both shots to give the Bears a 68-67 lead that they would not relinquish. After a failed full-court heave from Illinois College, the rambunctious WashU student section stormed the court as the Bears stamped their ticket to the Sweet Sixteen.

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“You won’t want to miss it”: Men’s basketball to host NCAA first and second rounds

The Bears not only earned a spot in the tournament field, but obtained hosting privileges in the first and second rounds, one of just 16 teams to do so.

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Men’s basketball beats UChicago to finish the season strong and earn postseason spot

The script for the Washington University Men’s basketball team has been pretty much the same lately: overcome early struggles, make clutch shots, and leave with a win. That’s the pattern they’ve been following for much of the past season, and it’s one they followed once again in their regular-season finale against the University of Chicago. 

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Men’s basketball sweeps key home weekend

As they defended their home court down the stretch, the Bears pulled out a 72-61 win, a result that will likely go a long way towards locking up their at-large bid in the NCAA DIII tournament. The Bears extended their win streak to three on Feb. 18, topping Brandeis University 56-53 to bring their UAA record to 7-6.

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Men’s basketball drops back-to-back games during UAA road trip

The Bears have become used to comebacks in their tight UAA season, but as the clock wound down, they were unable to pull out a win this time. Carnegie Mellon held on for a 79–73 victory. Two days later, on Feb. 4, the Bears’ struggles were compounded by a 74–59 loss to No. 10 Case Western Reserve University.

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Men’s basketball bounces back with two clutch conference wins

Sunday’s win against a UAA-leading Case Western squad, along with a win Friday night against the gritty Carnegie Mellon University Tartans, capped off a season-defining weekend for the Bears.

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Men’s basketball falls late in back-to-back games during East Coast trip

Coming off an OT thriller against the University of Rochester where the Bears barely escaped with a win, it seemed now that the engine pushing their late-game heroics had run out of fuel as WashU headed East for a two game trip against the New York University Violets and Brandeis University Judges.

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