Caraline Oakley

Fall sports finally return this week: Here’s what the coaches and players are saying

From football to soccer and cross country, athletes and coaches have never been more excited to step back onto the field and compete with some modicum of normalcy.

| Senior Sports Editor

Swanson steps down after three seasons leading women’s golf

Swanson has accepted a position as the program director at First Tee, a golf nonprofit in the St. Louis area, and the athletic department is looking for an interim coach to fill her position ahead of the team’s first tournament on Sept. 4.

| Senior Sports Editor

Golf records three top 10 finishes in final regular season competition

Since the Bears only played with three golfers, they did not finish with a team ranking in the competition.

| Contributing Reporter

Track and field teams take first, second place at second meet, while golf and men’s tennis continue to roll

Many Bears teams have found their stride as the weather starts to warm.

and | Senior Sports Editors

After long wait, track and field opens season with home win, while women’s tennis and golf keep on rolling

The Washington University track and field team had not competed in person in over a year before this weekend’s meet. But they made the best of it, winning the meet to get the season started after numerous pauses due to COVID-19 restrictions.

and | Staff Reporters

‘Hey, champ’: Freshman golfer looks back on the trip from starting a high school girls’ golf team to winning a college tournament

Freshman Caraline Oakley reflects on opening the Washington University golf team’s spring season in dominant fashion.

| Staff Reporter

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