Kelley has won eight straight track heats in races ranging from 400 to 800 meters.
Sophomore Sidney Conner, who was named the University Athletic Association’s Sophomore Rookie of the Year this week, said the Bears are “really prepared” to face UW – La Crosse Saturday.
In his first season of action at WashU, Rush has posted a 65.3% completion percentage and a 148.6 passer rating.
Miles, who ranks second on the team in points this year, is primed to lead the Bears’ attack heading into UAA competition this weekend.
Before the Washington University football team’s dominant 41-7 victory over North Park Saturday, sophomore Collin Hoyhtya had only played one game for the Bears, but it was a phenomenal start to his career.
Rivas may be a machine on the field, but off the soccer pitch, he is an economics major who will never turn down a game of chess.
Durbin has gotten a hit in 11 of the Bears’ first 12 games, was honored as the Division III National Hitter of the Week in early March and has not stopped since, scoring 15 runs and driving in another 13.
Across her first two seasons on the Washington University women’s tennis team, junior Hannah Johnston posted a 6-1 record in singles. Now, after winning her first match of the year in the Bears’ victory over Northern Iowa last Saturday, she’s looking to add to that record.
This year, with ace pitcher Matt Ashbaugh having graduated, Lopes looks poised to play a key role in the Bears’ pitching successes.
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