Sports

Need an activity? Club sports could be for you

Looking to continue your high school sport in college? Want to stay active and make new friends? Club sports might have a spot for you. 

| Junior Sports Editor

Volleyball remains undefeated after first weekend of UAA play

WashU won their three UAA games to go improve their record to 12-0. They are now ranked sixth place in the nation.

| Contributing Writer

Football wins again in best start since 1997

WashU beat Millikin 54-7 in their first conference matchup of the season.

| Managing Sports Editor

Entering a different gear: varsity softball players Emily Talkow and Alex Rubin cycle across America

4,500 miles. 147,000 feet of climbing. 100 days on a six-member biking crew.

| Contributing Writer

Matt Martin was put in goal after a middle school injury. The All-American hasn’t left since.

Matt Martin is a fifth-year starting goalkeeper for the Washington University men’s soccer team. tudent Life sat down with Martin to discuss his long career with WashU soccer and restaurants in St. Louis that he would recommend.

| Contributing Writer

Bears rule in 52-7 season opener

“I was impressed with the way our defense handled themselves being a little bit more inexperienced,” head coach Aaron Keen reflected. “They played some really good football, so their growth is going to be key for us progressing.” 

| Managing Sports Editor

Men’s soccer secures first win against Greenville

In a dominating display of fashion, the WashU men’s soccer team ran riot against Greenville on Wednesday night to collect their first win of the season, with a score of 4-0 that improved their record to 1-1.

| Junior Sports Editor

Newcomers and Familiar Faces: Women’s Soccer Puts Up Solid Showing in two ties and a win

The women’s soccer team battled for forty-five minutes on the pitch for an even first half this Sunday against No. 16 Trinity. Then, minutes after the team returned to play, it started pouring. But Jess Greven squeezed out her ponytail and took a shot on goal, a missile to the goalie in the bottom half. […]

| Contributing Writer

Remembering Justin Hardy: An Oral History

“Life throws those things at you left and right, and it’s how you deal with it and respond to it — your resiliency — that that really reveals a lot.”

Bears football is dreaming of championships

“And right now, our identity is a high-energy football team that loves to get out there, loves to play — but also [that] knows that you have to be smart on the field. And so that combination of, just, pure enthusiasm and straight skill — that’s going to be deadly.” 

| Managing Sports Editor

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