Sports

The emotion of the beautiful game: my first European professional football match in Paris

A staff writer describes his experience at his first European football match.

| Staff Writer

Men’s basketball opens conference play with mixed results

After starting the season 9-2, the Bears’ 3-2 conference record reflects the challenges of conference play as they fight for a bid to continue playing into the postseason. 

| Junior Sports Editor

Women’s basketball defeats top-ranked NYU in hunt for UAA lead

By winning four out of their first five conference matchups, including wins over Top 10 ranked New York University and University of Chicago during winter break, the team is tied for first place in the division as they approach the second half of the regular season.

and | Staff Writers

Who’s In, Who’s Out: Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot Breakdown, Predictions, and Picks

The Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWAA) announces its selections for the Baseball Hall of Fame. One staff writer gives his picks for the ballot.

| Staff Writer

Formula 1: the season in review 

Despite phenomenal Grand Prixs in both Silverstone and São Paulo, much of the season was characterized by Red Bull dominance and Ferrari miscalculations.

| Staff Writer

Charlie Jacob makes the most of his fifth year as basketball’s leading scorer

Jacob is the oldest player on the court and has been dominant on the hardwood for the Bears. “When he gets in his mode, he’s basically unstoppable,” said freshman Yogi Oliff.

| Managing Editor

WashU falls to Pomona-Pitzer at the Buzzer of the Lopata Classic

In a game with 12 lead changes, nine ties, and neither team able to go ahead by more than seven points, the Bears lost the Lopata classic at the buzzer to Pomona-Pitzer.

| Staff Writer

One step closer: Football finishes season 8-3

While football’s efficiency propelled the team to an 8-3 season, a competitive conference kept them out of postseason play.

| Staff Writer

Student Life World Cup Predictions

Just a few days ahead of the kickoff of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Student Life sports staff compiled their predictions for the upcoming matches. Could we see Brazil come back with a vengeance? Who will be the biggest flop of the tournament?  Student Life weighs in.     Name: Andrew Kastelman  Winner: Belgium. […]

Bears lose in penalty kicks to Messiah in elite eight

After finishing the season ranked sixth in the UAA, the Bears concluded their NCAA bid with a PK loss against Messiah.

and | Managing Editor, Staff Writer

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