Men’s soccer opens conference play with a hard-fought win over Emory

The Washington University men’s soccer team edged out Emory University in their UAA play opener, with a scoreline of 2-1 to improve their record to 4-3 for the season. While travel trips have been a point of difficulty for the team, the Bears ended their three games losing streak for away matchups to collect a needed win against a tough opponent. 

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Football undefeated, goes 4-0 on the season

Football won 56-21 in the team’s fourth game. “If we’re doing each individual job to the best of our [abilities], we go toe-to-toe with anybody,” Johnathan Smith said.

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Sydney Kuo is setting high goals: the top of Division III golf 

Sydney Kuo, a sophomore golf player, is riding off of a stellar start to the season with a win at the Montgomery Women’s Intercollegiate.

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Women’s Soccer Drops UAA Opener to High-Flying Emory Eagles

Unfortunately for the Bears, however, all three goals scored in the UAA conference opener were scored by players sporting Emory’s white and yellow jerseys.

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Cross country faces Wartburg in rivalry matchup

This weekend, WashU focused on racing nationally-ranked competitor Wartburg in a more intimate, nearly one-on-one setting.

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Men’s soccer remains undefeated at home heading into UAA showdown

The team remained undefeated at home after overcoming Hope College 1-0 Tuesday afternoon. The win buoyed the team’s season record to 3-3 for the year as it heads into UAA conference showdown games this weekend in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Aaron Judge won’t break the home run record — and that’s okay

As much as many of us would love to see a player like Judge top the record books for the single-season home run record, this will not be the year. When push comes to shove, Bonds still holds the record.

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 Matt’s Musings: On potentially the greatest year of football ever

Staff columnist Matt Singer reflects on his experience as a Steelers fan this season.

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Men’s soccer drop points at Wheaton

“We’re gradually becoming better and figuring out how best to play with each other,” said head coach Joe Clarke.

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Verstappen Charges On With Maiden Monza Victory, De Vries Scores Points On Formula 1 Debut

In the 16th round of the 2022-23 Formula 1 Season at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Monza, Italy, Leader Red Bull and its top driver Max Verstappen aimed to grow their substantial lead.

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