There is no more margin of error. The initial 21 wins in the rearview, Wash. U. needs to collect two more without a loss to claim the title of best in Division III. The Red and Green face No. 3 Middlebury College in the Final Four Friday at UNCG Stadium in Greensboro, N.C.
This weekend, the Washington University women’s soccer team advanced to the Final Four after wins against No. 23 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and No. 15 Wheaton College. In an action-packed weekend of soccer, the Bears withstood tough performances from both opponents to advance to their fifth Final Four appearance in school history.
For the second year in a row, the Washington University women’s soccer team has made it to the NCAA Division III tournament Final Four.
This was not the first time the Washington University women’s soccer team exited Francis Field with tears running down their face—but on Sunday afternoon, the players were crying tears of joy.
Washington University’s women’s soccer team is in the midst of a run of sustained success almost unparalleled in the current Division III climate. Since 2011, the Bears have won three titles in one of the country’s most competitive conferences, they’ve placed four players on the national All-American squads and they’ve combined for a robust 88-14-4 record in that span.
The Thunder curse continued for the Washington University women’s soccer team Saturday night. Playing without University Athletic Association co-player of the year Anna Zambricki, the third-ranked Washington University Bears couldn’t find a steady rhythm on offense.
The “Bracket of Death” is no more. One year removed from the infamous NCAA tournament bracket placement, the No. 1 Washington University men’s basketball team is looking for a much less strenuous road to Salem, Va.
As the Washington University women’s soccer team travels south to San Antonio, the excitement and anticipation within the team is growing.
After defeating Calvin College 2-1 in the sectional final on Saturday night, the No. 17 Lady Bears advance to the Final Four of the NCAA Division III tournament for the second time in school history and for the first time since 1997. “I dont know if any of us really understand how cool it is,” […]
The Washington University’s women’s volleyball team won its Division III record tenth national title, and the women’s soccer team advanced to the Final Four for the second time in school history.
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