Football

Football will play in bowl game this weekend after commanding win in regular season finale

While the Bears did not receive an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament, they performed well in their final regular season game and will face the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in the first-ever Isthmus Bowl next weekend. 

| Staff Reporter

Football stumbles in 59-20 Senior Day blowout loss to North Central

The loss brought the Bears to 6-3 on the year with one more game to play.

| Staff Reporter

Football extends win streak to four in front of Family Weekend crowd

The win brought the Bears to 6-2 on the year with two games to play in the regular season.

| Contributing Reporter

How WU’s quarterback went from never playing in college to leading a team that’s 4-2

In his first season of action at WashU, Rush has posted a 65.3% completion percentage and a 148.6 passer rating.

| Staff Reporter

Football rolls in 38-22 victory over Illinois Wesleyan

The Bears bounced back after a tough loss last weekend.

| Contributing Reporter

Football struggles on both sides in 40-10 loss to Wheaton

The Bears had looked to build on a two-game winning streak, but instead they will have to start a new one next weekend.

and | Contributing Reporters

Football dominates on both sides in 27-7 win over Elmhurst

After a bumpy start to the season with a loss to the University of Chicago, the Washington University football team seems to have settled into an early rhythm.

| Senior Sports Editor

Football dominates North Park for Keen’s first win as a WashU head coach

The win represented a rebound for WashU after a tough loss to the University of Chicago in their season opener, as the Bears brought their record to 1-1. 

| Contributing Reporter

Exploding Kittens and coffee: One receiver’s strong start with the Bears

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.

| Senior Sports Editor

Lessons from football’s season-opening loss to Chicago

WashU’s 31-21 loss to its nemesis leaves the Founders Cup officially in Chicago, a disheartening conclusion to a decades-long rivalry. 

| Senior Sports Editor

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