Over half a decade ago, the Brooklyn Nets made what has been described as the “worst trade in sports history.” I believe that the trade was not only not as bad as recounted, but, dare I say, good.
The No. 2 Washington University women’s track and field team and No. 10 men’s team lived up to their national billing, each finishing first out of 12 schools at Saturday’s Greenville Select.
The No. 8 Washington University men’s tennis team took care of business against Division II University of Missouri-St. Louis Wednesday, defeating the Tritons, 5-2, and moving to 12-4 on the season. Senior Konrad Kozlowski contributed two key victories to join the Red and Green 100-win club.
The Washington University outdoor track and field teams battled at the Billiken Invitational this weekend, with the women finishing first over host Saint Louis University and the men finishing second to SLU.
The St. Louis Cardinals have had an uneven start to 2019, going 2-3 through Tuesday’s action, but no matter—St. Louis is home sweet home, set for the home opener tomorrow after a rainout today. Hope springs eternal and the Redbirds have a realistic shot at a 12th World Series, so here’s what to keep your eyes peeled for this season.
The Washington University baseball team is firing on all cylinders. The Bears, now ranked No. 18 in Division III, dominated every aspect of the game Wednesday afternoon against MacMurray College at Kelly Field, closing an 11-0 shutout in just seven innings.
What St. Louis lacks in bright lights and win-now mandates, it more than makes up for in accessibility and community. I’ll miss those after moving back to the northeast after graduation. Here’s a collection of my fondest St. Louis sports memories over the last four years.
Taking on a struggling Fontbonne University Tuesday in St. Ann, MO—the Griffins entered the contest 4-11 on the season—the Washington University softball team took care of business, jumping out to a 3-0 lead and sailing to a 7-1 victory.
With the Washington University women’s basketball team’s postseason hopes dashed in the NCAA Division III Sectional Final March 9, the Bear sports calendar officially flipped to spring. Here’s a roundup of what you might have missed as the Red and Green played ball.
The Washington University baseball team got off to a quick start but relinquished two leads to fall to undefeated Fontbonne University, 6-5, Wednesday at Kelly Field. The loss snapped an eight-game winning streak for the Bears in the Wydown Showdown.
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