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.
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.
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.
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.
This weekend, WashU focused on racing nationally-ranked competitor Wartburg in a more intimate, nearly one-on-one setting.
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.
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.
Staff columnist Matt Singer reflects on his experience as a Steelers fan this season.
“We’re gradually becoming better and figuring out how best to play with each other,” said head coach Joe Clarke.
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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