Scott Drattell

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All-American Wallis to return to Bears next season

Senior point guard Sean Wallis has racked up a lot of accomplishments in his Washington University basketball career: two national championships, a Final Four Most Outstanding Player, second-team All-America honors, and schools records for assists in a season (251) and career (566).

| Sports Editor brings national flavor to game

For many Washington University sports fans, the lack of visible national coverage of Division III sports can be frustrating. While Wednesday night’s regular season matchup between Duke and the University of North Carolina received more attention from national media outlets than any other game that night, the Division III national championship between Wash. U. and […]

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Men’s basketball: Bears still perfect in UAA

The No. 2 Washington University men’s basketball team completed an undefeated road trip and improved to 7-0 in the UAA and 17-1 overall by defeating Brandeis University and New York University this past weekend. Wash. U. defeated Brandeis 80-75 on Friday night in Waltham, Mass. and then knocked off NYU 67-56 on Sunday afternoon in […]

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Bear profiles: Tyler Nading

With the Bears trailing by one and the seconds ticking down in the second overtime of a game against Emory University in 2006, then-freshman Tyler Nading made a defensive play that many would not forget years later. Nading dove at the dribbler to knock the ball loose, got back up, dove again for the loose […]

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Win streak now at five

The Washington University men’s soccer team continued its winning ways with road victories over Fontbonne University and Illinois Wesleyan University this weekend. The Red and Green defeated Fontbonne 3-0 on Thursday night at Clayton High School and then took care of Illinois Wesleyan 3-0 on Sunday in Bloomington, Ill. The victories improved the Bears’ record […]

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Bears run table at Lopata Classic

The top-ranked Washington University men’s basketball team defeated Hamilton College and Illinois Wesleyan University (IWU) over the weekend at the 25th Annual Lopata Classic to improve to 7-0 for the season. The Bears cruised to an 85-57 victory over Hamilton (4-1) on Friday night in the season’s home opener and then knocked off No. 13 […]

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Bears win season-opening tournament on the road

The No. 1 Washington University men’s basketball team began its national championship defense with victories over North Park University and Colorado College in the Colorado College Tip-Off last weekend to start the season 2-0.

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Soccer celebrates senior day

The Washington University men’s soccer team finished the regular season strong with a 2-1 double-overtime victory over the University of Chicago on Saturday afternoon at Francis Field. Prior to the start of the game, the University honored the Bears’ seven seniors, who played their final game at Francis Field. Head Coach Joe Clarke then honored […]

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Men’s soccer falls out of UAA contention

The No. 13 Washington University men’s soccer team lost 5-0 at No. 11 University of Rochester on Friday night and fell again 4-0 at Case Western Reserve University on Sunday afternoon. The defeats dropped the Bears’ record to 11-5-1 overall and 3-3 in the UAA. Rochester jumped out to an early lead when junior Cliff […]

Men’s soccer nabs pair victories

The No. 21 Washington University men’s soccer team rebounded from last Sunday’s loss to Emory University with a pair of wins at home over the weekend. On Friday night, the Bears defeated New York University 2-1 in overtime and then beat Brandeis University 2-1 on Sunday afternoon.

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