“In my eyes, we have absolutely no reason not to be the favorites moving forward,” senior Justin Hardy said.
The weekend left the Bears 7-4 on the season.
After an Achilles injury disrupted the Men’s Tennis team’s momentum during the national indoor championships, they never recovered.
Men’s Basketball won two games against Brandeis University and New York University to clinch the top spot in the UAA.
In the last 20 minutes of both games that the Washington University women’s soccer team played this weekend, the Bears found themselves level on the scoreboard against a conference opponent. In both games, the Bears managed to convert late chances into game-winning goals, securing a 2-1 victory over No. 21 New York University on Friday and a 1-0 win over Brandeis University on Sunday.
This weekend, the No. 18 Washington University baseball team picked up four wins against Brandeis, sweeping the series and moving to 20-3-1 for the season. After the weekend of high-scoring play, over which the team put up a staggering total of 40 runs, the Bears have now won 11 straight games.
After earning a pair of road victories this weekend, the No. 7 Washington University women’s basketball team now have a chance to claim the greatest regular-season prize: the UAA title and an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
The Washington University men’s basketball team won its 14th conference championship this weekend, securing the title with road wins against New York University and Brandeis University.
In what could have been a trap weekend series, the surging Washington University men’s basketball team exorcised its demons, continuing its remarkably consistent level of play with a pair of smooth 89-72 and 88-61 victories over New York University and Brandeis University, respectively.
After getting pushed out of the top-10 national rankings for the first time all season, the Washington University women’s basketball team responded with a pair of definitive home victories against two conference foes. The Bears crushed New York University 80-48 on Friday, before defeating Brandeis University 70-54 two days later.
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