The 11th-ranked Washington University men’s tennis team dominated Wheaton College 9-0 on Saturday as no Bear lost a set. The win allowed the Red and Green to maintain a perfect record at home and improved Wash. U.’s record under head coach Roger Follmer to 96-8 at home.
At the Midwest Regional meet in Chicago, Ill., this past weekend, Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both finished fourth. The Bears posted seven B-cut swims, meaning they might qualify for the NCAA Division III Championships.
The Washington University women’s basketball team faced a pair of strong opponents this weekend in University Athletic Association play and came away with one win and one loss. The Bears defeated their rival, the Emory University Eagles, on Sunday afternoon. The game was hard-fought from start to finish and went into overtime before the Bears prevailed, 83-80.
After starting the season with a narrow victory, the No. 7 Washington University women’s basketball team came away undefeated at the Forester Tip-Off Tournament, hosted by Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Ill. In the first round on Friday night, Bears were pitted against Northland College.
Ever since they can remember, Chris LaBarge and Trevor LaBarge have been playing football together. Chris, a senior defensive back with the Bears, started his collegiate career at Drake University, an NCAA Football Championship Subdivision school, before being redshirted. After his freshman year, he transferred to Washington University.
After suffering a tough loss to Wittenberg University at Francis Field last week, the Washington University football team had high expectations that it would rebound against an undefeated North Park University. North Park did not allow such a victory to happen. The Vikings’ defense stood strong and led 13-10 as Wash. U. was on its final drive.
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