The No. 14 Washington University women’s tennis team was unable to maintain its lead over the University of Rochester and fell 5-4 to the Yellowjackets to start the University Athletic Association tournament in Cleveland, Ohio. “The effort was there. We definitely wanted to do well, but I think it was all in the preparation.
After a strong showing in its non-conference play, the No. 3 Washington University women’s basketball team began University Athletic Association play on the right note, taking out its first three opponents.
After the Washington University men’s and women’s basketball teams swept road games against New York University and Brandeis University this past weekend, they will now face the same teams at their home court, hoping for repeat wins. The No. 16 women’s team (14-4, 6-1 UAA) will rematch No. 15 NYU (16-2, 5-2 UAA) tonight at […]
With the recent news that Brandeis University will be closing its Rose Art Museum, many are concerned about the future of Washington University’s Kemper Art Museum. Brandeis University is closing its art museum in an effort to alleviate some of the stress placed on the liberal arts school by the economic crisis. There appears to […]
The No. 24 Washington University women’s basketball team continued its improved second semester play with a 61-55 come-from-behind victory at No. 19 Brandeis on Friday night followed by a 63-53 victory over No. 10 New York University on Sunday. “To get these wins was pretty big for the UAA title. With Rochester getting wins this […]
The No. 2 Washington University men’s basketball team completed an undefeated road trip and improved to 7-0 in the UAA and 17-1 overall by defeating Brandeis University and New York University this past weekend. Wash. U. defeated Brandeis 80-75 on Friday night in Waltham, Mass. and then knocked off NYU 67-56 on Sunday afternoon in […]
No. 11 Washington University women’s soccer improved to 11-2-1 (4-0 UAA) on the season with conference wins on Friday against New York University and Sunday against Brandeis University. The team currently has a five-game winning streak.
The No. 21 Washington University men’s soccer team rebounded from last Sunday’s loss to Emory University with a pair of wins at home over the weekend. On Friday night, the Bears defeated New York University 2-1 in overtime and then beat Brandeis University 2-1 on Sunday afternoon.
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