Down by six and unable to stop the high-powered Case Western Reserve University offense, the Washington University men’s basketball team appeared willing to concede another defeat in what has been a difficult past three weeks for this historic program.
On Friday afternoon, Zoe Vernon was feeling the love. With the Bears stampeding back from a 14-point deficit, the junior forward came off the bench to score eight points in the final two minutes of regulation. That effort lifted the No. 10 ranked Washington University women’s basketball team dramatic comeback fashion 57-54 over Carnegie Mellon University.
Katie Chandler has had quite a hectic weekend out on Francis Field. On Friday evening, the junior knocked in a game-winning goal late in the second overtime period to propel the Washington University women’s soccer team to a 1-0 victory over the previously undefeated No. 3 Carnegie Mellon University.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Utilizing their trademark up-tempo passing attack and opportunistic ground game, the Bears steamrollered Sewanee: The University of the South 38-14 on a Saturday afternoon game on enemy soil.
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One week after scoring landslide home victories over Carnegie Mellon University and Case Western Reserve University, the No. 7 Washington University women’s basketball team rode the hot shooting of senior guard Maddy Scheppers to achieve similar outcomes with convincing 71-61 and 89-65 road wins.
It’s been three weeks, three wins and three losses for the Washington University men’s basketball team, which once again struggled to find consistency on its way to splitting its third consecutive weekend series in University Athletic Association play.
This weekend, spectators were treated to a new scoring option in freshman guard Natalie Orr, who enjoyed a breakout weekend by scoring 32 points as the Bears beat Carnegie Mellon University on Friday, 73-49, on Friday and Case Western Reserve University, 71-60, on Sunday at the WU Field House.
The Washington University men’s basketball team finally lost on a Sunday. After winning 16 consecutive Sunday games since January 2013, the No. 7 Bears suffered a Sunday defeat in their first home loss of the season against Case Western Reserve University, 89-78.
Playing three matches in two days, the No. 12 Washington University women’s tennis team battled fatigue and exhaustion to bounce back from a first-round loss to No. 9 Carnegie Mellon University and finish fifth at the ITA Indoor Championship in Greencastle, Ind. Despite the loss in the tournament opener, the Bears picked up strong wins over two ranked teams, No.
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