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Holding down the left side: The Flynn sisters’ soccer journey

Kate and Erin Flynn thought they were done playing soccer together after high school. That wasn’t the case.

| Senior Sports Editor

WashU and UChicago: The state of the rivalry

The rivalry dates back to the first football game between the schools, in 1933.

| Staff Reporter

Men’s basketball misses out on conference title and automatic tourney bid after dropping regular season finale

With the loss to University of Chicago on Saturday, the Bears gave up sole possession of first place in the UAA.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

Bears best conference, build momentum at UAA Championships

The men’s and women’s track teams both won the UAA Championships this weekend.

| Senior Sports Editor

Men’s soccer routed by University of Chicago, 3-0, in season finale

For the sixth year in a row, the Washington University men’s soccer team lost to No. 6 University of Chicago. The 0-3 loss on Saturday marks the end of the Bear’s season. Wash. U. finished the year with an 8-7-1 record.

Daniel Cohen | Contributing Reporter

Soccer ties against Chicago to end season

After a long and exciting season, it’s nearly playoff time for the Washington University women’s soccer team. Before finding out who they will be facing in the postseason, the Bears rounded out their regular season this past Saturday in the Windy City.

Heman Duplechan | Staff Reporter

Women’s soccer prepares to face Chicago as postseason approaches

The Washington University women’s soccer team took care of business last weekend when it clinched the University Athletic Association Title. But the Bears’ regular season still has one game left on the schedule: a battle at the University of Chicago on Saturday.

| Senior Sports Editor

WU Volleyball blanked by Chicago in UAA Round Robin

University of Chicago is Wash. U.’s sports rival and volleyball head coach Vanessa Walby’s former school. The team that, last season, beat Wash. U. twice and eliminated them from the UAA conference tournament, and this season continues to best Wash. U.

Benjamin Simon | Staff Reporter

Fueled by an early offensive outburst, football blasts Chicago

The Washington University football team kicked off its fall season with a blowout of long-time rival University of Chicago on Saturday, 43-7, winning the teams’ fifth straight matchup and keeping control of the Founders Cup.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

Innocent or not, Jussie Smollett teaches us about being reactionary

We are fed so many stories every second of every day that we develop opinions on the fly without waiting for the situation to evolve.

| Forum Editor

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