Bears baseball looks to compete for UAA title

Baseball is a streaky and superstitious sport – sometimes, all a team needs to improve off of a previous season’s results is a chip on their shoulder. While WashU missed the postseason last year, the building blocks for a sustainable winning future seemed to be in place. WashU baseball is young and hungry this season. 

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Women’s Soccer Drops UAA Opener to High-Flying Emory Eagles

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.

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From the Bears to the Braves, bringing numbers to the baseball field

These days Kenny Dorian is a data analyst for the Atlanta Braves, but he started his Baseball analysis career at Wash. U.

Josh Shapiro | Staff Reporter

After season comes to an abrupt end, baseball seniors depart with increased appreciation for their time as Bears

The seniors of the Washington University baseball team found out that they had played their last game of Baseball on March 12.

Josh Shapiro | Staff Reporter

Comic: As the bear flies

A look into the creation of Wash. U. sidewalks.

HN Hoffmann | Senior Editor

All Rhodes lead to victory: A fifth straight for men’s basketball

After beating Rhodes College on Wednesday night, 80-55, the No. 10 Washington University men’s basketball team is off to its hottest start since the fall of 2012, when the Bears won their first eight games and ended up winning the University Athletic Association championship.

| Senior Sports Editor

Late comeback powers women’s basketball to overtime win

The Washington University women’s basketball team stormed back from a late nine-point deficit on Friday night, beating Rhodes College 86-80 in overtime.

| Senior Sports Editor

For 29th time volleyball bests Gorloks in Battle of Big Bend

Before the Washington University volleyball team rallied to crush the Gorloks of Webster University for their 29th consecutive victory in the Battle of Big Bend, they looked to be on their backfoot.

| Senior Sports Editor

WU women win against Wheaton on Wednesday

With two minutes left in double overtime, freshman Jolie Carl was in the goalie box with just the ball, the goalie and the net in front of her. With the game on the line, Carl did not have time to think as she tested No. 5 Wheaton College’s keeper, Lauren Ketchum, with a strong, low […]

| Senior Sports Editor

WU football preps for Founders Cup season opener at Chicago

The Washington University football team kicks off a new season this upcoming Saturday, Sept. 7 against the University of Chicago. Entering his fourth decade as head coach, Larry Kindbom will try and lead his team to their fourth NCAA playoff appearance.

Miguel Campos | Staff Writer

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