The Washington University women’s soccer team won two games against conference opponents this weekend. The first was a close contest with a thrilling ending. The latter was a victory on Senior Day that officially clinched a conference title for the Bears.
Wash. U. has not lost a game in 2018. That includes a undefeated UAA record.
Despite leading by 14 with 10 minutes to play, the Bears lost in overtime to NYU.
The Washington University women’s soccer team began its final string of road games this weekend with a decisive win against Brandeis University on Friday before a narrow win over No. 25 New York University.
Just like many other Wash. U. students, the Bears traveled to Chicago, Ill. over fall break. Instead of taking pictures of the Chicago Bean, however, the volleyball team matched up with four UAA rivals, including two heavyweight bouts with ranked opposition.
For the second year in a row, the Washington University women’s soccer team has made it to the NCAA Division III tournament Final Four.
The Bears delivered with a pair of extremes, sweeping both home games over the weekend by scoring a season-high 97 points in a 97-75 win against New York University and allowing a season-low 44 points in a 72-44 victory against Brandeis University.
The Bears took care of business on Sunday with a 2-0 win against New York University to push their overall and UAA conference records to 8-6-2 and 1-4-1, respectively.
After allowing four goals all season, the No. 5 Washington University women’s soccer team’s typically reliable defense conceded five goals in two losses this weekend at Francis Field.
The No. 4 Bears opened up conference play this weekend with games against Brandeis University, New York University and the University of Chicago. Despite sweeping both Brandeis and NYU on Saturday, the Bears were unable to beat rival Chicago in a Sunday matinee for the second-straight season. The loss snapped Wash. U.’s 12-game win streak and puts the Bears’ record at 20-3 on the season.
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