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Baseball stays hot as softball bounces back

The baseball team is off to one of its best starts in years, while softball won two games after a tough weekend.

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Back on friendly courts, tennis teams each improve to 2-1

The Washington University tennis teams encountered success this weekend, as both the men and women beat DePauw University in Forest Park on Saturday afternoon and the men defeated Maryville University at home at the Tao Tennis Center Monday.

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What you missed from a full weekend of spring sports

This weekend represented the most full days of Washington University sports in more than a year, with four different teams of Bears in action.

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Softball drops double-header before bouncing back to close out opening weekend

The contests were the team’s first since March 8 of last year.

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Together, on and off the court: How WU’s married women’s basketball coaches make it work

By tapping into the trust they have for each other off the court, Randi and Duez Henderson have been able to make difficult choices without sacrificing their love for one another.

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One swimmer’s journey from professional table tennis to WU’s first pandemic-era in-person competition

If Kevin Hao was rusty after an extended break from competition, he didn’t show it.

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Imagining a new era of Wash. U. pride

All I want right now is to be a fan among many at Wash. U. sporting events. To have something to care about, and other people to share it with.

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Softball sophomore Tami Wong on her pandemic hobbies and what might come of the spring season

Wong, who was all-UAA in her freshman year, is no stranger to the spotlight.

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No school, more tennis: What life has been like for one student-athlete who took the year off

Last summer, Daniel Li chose to step back from school for the year. He told Student Life about his experience of the last few months in a December phone call.

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Basketball teams in limbo as UAA cancels conference competition

Individual players have been limited to masked shooting and non-contact practices, and it is still uncertain whether men’s or women’s basketball will be able to practice with contact, yet alone play against other teams.

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