Alex Neumann

Q&A: Bears’ back line

With 10 shutouts so far this season, the Washington University men’s soccer team has a defense whose talent is hard to ignore. With a .36 goals against average, the Bears have outscored their opponents 24-5 in their first 14 games. Student Life sat down with three of the Bears’ defenders to talk about the 2010 season.

| Sports Editor

Bears remain undefeated after shutout

After 110 minutes of scoreless play on Sunday, the No. 13 Washington University men’s soccer team had delivered No. 9 Emory University its first tie of the season. The Bears (7-0-3), continued their defensive success with another shutout in the first contest of University Athletic Association (UAA) play.

| Sports Editor

Spirited Wash. U. fans spice up San Antonio

23 students might not sound like a lot compared to Wash. U.’s undergraduate population of more than 6,000, but they made their presence felt at the Women’s Soccer Championship game in San Antonio.

| Senior Sports Editor

Men’s soccer: Bears lose after digging early hole

A slow start by the men’s soccer team was the driving force behind a 2-0 loss to No. 9 Carnegie Mellon University on Sunday.

| Sports Reporter

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