Case Western Reserve University

Men’s basketball clutches out two key wins against Case and Carnegie

In the face of adversity, as head coach Pat Juckem said, “our guys haven’t flinched.”

| Senior Sports Editor

‘We’re better than we were before’: Offense dominates as women’s basketball takes two UAA matchups

Riding sharp shooting and strong performances from their centerpieces, the Bears improved to 12-8 on the season. 

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Men’s basketball on 13-game win streak as women begin conference play with up-and-down start

“In my eyes, we have absolutely no reason not to be the favorites moving forward,” senior Justin Hardy said.

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Volleyball ends season on bitter note with fifth-place finish in UAA tournament, misses playoffs

The Bears fell in the first round to Carnegie Mellon University, putting them in the consolation bracket and defeating any hopes of making the NCAA tournament.

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Women’s soccer clinches sixth straight UAA title before suffering first loss

The two games moved the Bears to 13-1-1 on the season and dropped them from the third spot in the rankings.

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Three WashU sports questions as we near the end of the regular season

Playoffs are on the horizon and some teams may even contend for top seeds.

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Men’s basketball honors its seniors with weekend sweep of Case, CMU

The Bears beat defeated Case Western Reserve University and Carnegie Mellon University this weekend and remain tied for first place in the UAA.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

WU basketball finds success in UAA weekend road trip

Washington University Basketball had a big weekend. Both the men’s and women’s teams came away with UAA wins.

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Volleyball takes Emory to five sets before coming third at UAAs

The playoff fate of the Washington University volleyball team now rests with the NCAA tournament selection committee. After sweeping Case Western Reserve University in the first round of the University Athletic Association tournament, the Bears could not beat No. 1 Emory University on Friday afternoon to advance to the UAA title match and vie for an automatic bid to the tournament.

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Pair of victories snaps men’s soccer’s losing streak

At first it seemed as if the Bears were destined for their fifth straight loss. The Bears stormed back against Carnegie Mellon, scoring three goals to win, 3-1, snapping a four-game losing streak that extended back to Oct. 12. They then added another victory on Sunday, beating Case Western Reserve University, 2-0, to clinch their first winning season since 2016 as they advanced to 8-6-1 with one game remaining.

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