Baseball goes winless in crucial weekend series against Emory

For the Bears, however, the four-game stretch against the Eagles was a weekend to forget.

| Staff Writer

No. 9 men’s tennis beats No. 1 Case Western, finishes second in ITA Indoor Nationals

“We really showed that we have some guys that can really battle, some real dogs on our team…I think this tournament really showed us what we’re capable of.”

| Junior News Editor

Men’s basketball earns crucial win to snap six-game road losing streak

After making the flight from Atlanta to upstate New York, the Bears showed up ready to play on Sunday, Feb. 11. From the opening tipoff to the final whistle, the Bears put on a clinic, riding a 15-0 start, a rebounding performance for the history books, and lockdown defense to a 75-61 victory. 

| Managing Sports Editor

Women’s basketball beats Emory and Rochester, extending UAA win streak to seven

The Bears had rattled off five straight wins before their trip to Atlanta and New York, catapulting them up the UAA standings and reviving their chances of an at-large NCAA tournament berth. This past weekend, the team had a chance to show off their improvement. They took full advantage of it, dominating No. 19 Emory and Rochester on Feb. 9 and 11, avenging their close losses from earlier this season. 

| Junior Sports Editor

Women’s Basketball drops tough losses to Emory & Rochester

Entering the weekend hot off of a strong performance in their league opener at the University of Chicago and looking to extend their five-game winning streak, the No. 25 Bears faced off against No. 6 Emory and Rochester on Jan. 12 and 14. Unfortunately, the ball did not bounce the right way for the Bears.

| Senior Sports Editor

No. 14 men’s basketball tied for UAA lead after thrilling 2-1 start

As the Bears have learned in their first three UAA matchups — the one-point loss at Chicago on Jan. 6, four-point victory over Emory on Jan. 12, and one-point overtime win over Rochester on Jan. 14 — every single game in the UAA is likely going to come down to the wire, and eking out wins like their first two certainly will not be an easy task.

| Managing Sports Editor

Baseball, bested by Webster and Emory, loses five games in five days

The team struggled over the weekend against local and conference rivals. “We just have not been able to replace what we had last year, and I didn’t think we would; we’re just really struggling to find it right now,” head coach Pat Bloom said.

| Managing Sports Editor

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.

and | Senior Sports Editors

Men’s soccer dominates Millikin ahead of final stretch of UAA matches

The 2-0 win was the Bears’ eighth clean sheet this season.

| Staff Reporter

Volleyball falls to NYU, Chicago in opening UAA Round Robin

The weekend left the Bears 7-4 on the season.

| Staff Reporter

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