The Washington University women’s tennis team defeated Kalamazoo College 8-1 on Saturday in Belleville, Ill. to improve to 3-1 on the season. The No. 16 Bears swept the three doubles matches against the Hornets and then took five of the six singles contests in straight sets.
The Washington University men’s basketball team ended its season with a 74-67 loss to the University of Chicago. Before Saturday’s contest at the Field House, the team honored its four seniors: Spencer Gay, Isaiah Honick, Caleb Knepper and Brett Sapp. Knepper also won the Pearce Award, which is given to a departing player for overall dedication to the team.
Entering this past weekend with just five games remaining in the regular season, the Washington University men’s basketball team couldn’t afford any more miscues in order to keep its playoff hopes alive.
The Washington University men’s basketball team hit the road this past weekend, continuing its conference schedule with a split against University Athletic Association foes Carnegie Mellon University and Case Western Reserve University.
While other students were relaxing at home or off on family vacations, the men’s basketball team returned to Washington University early to continue its winter season. After an out-of-conference win over Benedictine University, the Bears (6-8, 0-3 UAA) lost each of their next four contests by six points or less.
This year’s 27th Annual Lopata Classic featured the classic match-up of the 21st century—U.S.A. versus China. The Washington University men’s basketball team (3-3) defeated Tsinghua University, from Beijing, China, 80-70 on Friday, Dec. 3, and then defeated Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges 66-57 on Saturday, Dec. 4.
The Washington University men’s basketball team (2-3) fell to Augustana College and Hanover College in its final two games of a five-game, season-opening road trip. The Bears lost 78-55 to Augustana College in a top-25 matchup on November 22, and fell 56-52 to Hanover College on November 28.
In its final home game, against the University Athletic Association leading University of Chicago, the Washington University women’s soccer team (10-7-2, 3-2-2 UAA) fell 1-0 on Saturday, Nov. 6.
The 2010 Washington University women’s soccer team showcases a skill not many other teams possess—a flip throw-in. Freshman midfielder Becky Berels brought this non-traditional technique to Wash. U. and has used it throughout the Bears’ season.
The Washington University women’s soccer team (10-6-2, 3-1-2 UAA) resumed University Athletic Association play this past weekend against Brandeis University and New York University. The Bears fell 2-0 to Brandeis on Friday, Oct. 29, but they defeated NYU 2-1 on Sunday, Oct. 31.
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