baseball

Bear Breakdown: Women’s track and field wins seventh-straight conference title as six WashU teams compete for UAA championships

Women’s track and field took home their seventh straight conference crown, while the other teams all finished in the top four of the conference, with many setting themselves up well for the NCAA championships in the coming weeks.

| Managing Sports Editor

Pitching shines as baseball sweeps Brandeis in critical series

Baseball embraced their “road warrior” mentality this past weekend and swept a crucial four-game series against the last-place Brandeis University Judges from April 19-21. The sweep comes at a critical time of the season and bolsters WashU’s tournament resume with one weekend remaining in the regular season.

| Junior Sports Editor

Baseball goes winless in crucial weekend series against Emory

For the Bears, however, the four-game stretch against the Eagles was a weekend to forget.

| Staff Writer

Bear Breakdown: Track and field, softball continue strong April

Here’s everything you need to know about Bears’ athletics from the week of April 8-14. 

| Junior Sports Editor

Bear Breakdown: WashU athletics dominate the first week of April

WashU athletics had a strong first week of April, highlighted by a road conference sweep by softball. Baseball won a key non-conference game on a walk-off homer, and the golf, track and field, and tennis teams all put up strong performances.

| Junior Sports Editor

Baseball wins three out of four against NYU to open conference play

After last weekend’s tough losses to the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, the Washington University baseball team bounced back for a dominant 3-1 series win over the New York University Violets to start conference play on March 29-31. 

| Staff Writer

Bear Breakdown: Track and field hosts Distance Carnival and Invite, baseball and softball begin conference play

Here’s everything you need to know about WashU athletics from the past week, March 25-31.

| Junior Sports Editor

Baseball loses three to No. 9 UW-La Crosse in crushing weekend

UW-La Crosse’s strength was on full display over the weekend, as it swept the Bears, outscoring them 37-20.

| Staff Writer

Bear Breakdown: Recapping a busy spring break for WashU athletics

This week, a few winter sports seasons came to an end with national championships in indoor track and field, as well as basketball, while spring sports, including baseball, softball, tennis, and golf competed against elite opponents in spring break matchups.

| Managing Sports Editor

AFAS Professor discusses contributions to Hall of Fame exhibit on Black baseball 

Gerald Early presented and answered questions on his role in preserving and sharing the history of Black baseball players during “An Evening with Gerald Early: ‘Reconceiving the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s Black Baseball Exhibit,’” co-hosted by the WashU Alumni Association and College of Arts & Sciences on Wednesday, March 6. 

| Contributing Writer

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