The No. 17 Bears held on to defeat the No. 11 Maroons by a score of 1-0 to finish their regular season with a 13-3-2 overall record and a 3-3-1 in the University Athletic Association.
Sophomore goalie Lizzy Crist has proven to be reliable in her first few stabs at filling junior Amy French’s shoes.
After a stellar regular season that led to its second- ever No. 1 national ranking, the Washington University women’s soccer team will try to maintain that perch in the postseason. At the center of the push is sophomore goal- keeper Amy French, who has been nearly unflappable throughout her first season in the net. While Wash. U.
The No. 1 Washington University women’s soccer team closed out its regular season with a 2-0 victory at the University of Chicago on Saturday, finishing the season with a 17-1 record and an undefeated 7-0 record in the University Athletic Association. The Bears’ 17 regular-season wins are the most in team history.
For only the second time in school history, the Washington University women’s soccer team has attained a No. 1 ranking in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, announced Tuesday. The Bears defended their top ranking later that day, beating Millikin University 4-0 on the road in Decatur, Ill. Wash. U. dominated the game, outshooting Millikin 35-8.
Friends and family of the Washington University women’s soccer team filled the stands at Francis Field as seniors were honored in front of the home fans Sunday. On the field, the No. 2 Bears took care of business with a 4-2 victory over the University of Rochester, which followed Friday’s 2-0 win over visiting Case Western Reserve University.
Roughly one month into the fall season, Student Life took a look at some of the most noteworthy statistics from the Bears. 1: Goal allowed by women’s soccer through 11 games this season.
The No. 3 Washington University’s women’s soccer team began University Athletic Association conference play Sunday with a 1-0 road win over No. 7 Emory University. A first-half goal by senior midfielder Kate Doyle gave Wash. U. the lead, and sophomore goalkeeper Amy French led the Bears to their ninth shutout of the year. Scoreless through […]
Three weeks into the inaugural Washington University Fall Fantasy Sports League, it’s shaping into a two-man race between Copy Chief (and dedicated sports reporter) Zach Kram and Editor-in-Chief (and dedicated former sports reporter) Sahil Patel.
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