caryn rosoff

Volleyball: Wash. U. to honor national champions and women’s soccer

The festivities kick off after the basketball doubleheader against Emory University concludes. At 3 p.m., the 2009 volleyball team will be presented with its championship rings and have its national championship banner unveiled.

| Sports Editor

Women’s soccer heads to Final Four

Women’s soccer advances to the Final Four for the second time in school history with a 2-1 win over Calvin College

| Senior Sports Editor

Bears one point from UAA crown

With this past weekend’s wins over Brandeis University and New York University, the No. 8 Washington University women’s soccer team held on to its top spot in the UAA standings.

| Sports Reporter

Bears topple Red Hawks and Panthers

Senior Caryn Rosoff led the Washington University women’s soccer team to victory over Principia College and Southeast Missouri State with hat tricks this past week. The Bears extended their win streak to seven with a strong offense. Wash. U. 7, Principia 2 After only seven minutes of gameplay, Rosoff found the corner of the net […]

| Sports Reporter

Women’s soccer sweeps weekend tournament

Washington University’s women’s soccer team commanded the Washington University Classic, outscoring their opponents 13-1 and boasting eight different goal-scorers, including one hat trick. The first victim of women’s soccer was Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. The Athenas kept the ball mostly on Wash. U.’s side in the first half. Thirteen minutes into the game, CMS’s Nicole Sady-Kennedy struck from […]

| Sports Reporter

Soccer advances to sweet 16 on penalty kicks

Freshman Alyssa Marulli made the biggest play of her collegiate career Sunday, nailing a penalty kick to clinch victory for the women’s soccer team and a Sweet Sixteen berth in the NCAA tournament. The Bears had played Illinois Wesleyan University to a 0-0 tie before going on to beat the Titans 3-1 on penalty kicks after two scoreless overtime periods.

| Managing Editor

Women clinch third UAA title

The Washington University women’s soccer team won two fiercely competitive games this past weekend and emerged as the UAA conference champions for the third straight season and sixth season overall. The No. 8 Bears recorded 2-1 victories against No. 16 University of Rochester on Friday and then Case Western Reserve University on Sunday to seal […]

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