Fontbonne University

Fontbonne bests WU at capture the flag

Over a hundred Washington University and Fontbonne University students came together Saturday to participate in a capture the flag match between the two student bodies, with Fontbonne leaving as the victor in the competition.

| News Editor

Softball wins 30th game to close out regular season

With the regular season coming to a close, the Washington University softball team recorded its 30th victory after winning its fourth game of the weekend, but two losses against a regionally ranked opponent left the Bears wondering whether they will make the postseason.

| Staff Reporter

Former Student Life EIC leaks confidential Athletic Department documents, forced to seek asylum at Fontbonne University

Senior Saheel Pateel, former editor-in-chief of Student Life, has fled to Fontbonne University, where he is petitioning for asylum after leaking documents proving that the Athletic Department has been spying on its own athletes.

Manuel Zimbabwe | Anti-Squirrel Vigilante

Women’s basketball wins Wydown Showdown with ease

Fewer than five minutes into its road game at Fontbonne University, Washington University’s women’s basketball team had already built an 11-1 lead and forced the host Griffins into calling a timeout. Fontbonne never cut the lead to single digits the rest of the way, and the Bears coasted to an 83-53 win over their cross-street opponent. Wash. U.

| Staff Reporter

Softball wins two of three games over weekend

The Washington University softball team won two of three games this weekend with a 4-0 win over Harris-Stowe State University on Saturday and a 5-4 win and 7-6 heartbreaking loss to Fontbonne University on Sunday.

Softball splits double-header against Monmouth despite injury

Normally, a Washington University softball senior’s college career ends with the final out in May, but senior Ally Berenter’s career end came in April. Berenter was hit in the face by a ball while doing defensive drills during practice last Wednesday. The fluke injury required her to fly home for surgery over the weekend.

| Sports Editor

WU and St. Louis prepare to host NCAA volleyball championships

While the Washington University women’s volleyball team has been a fixture in the NCAA Division III Volleyball Championship for years, this year marks the first time since 1992 that the final rounds of the playoffs will be held at the Wash. U. Field House.
As part of the NCAA Championship City pilot program, created to help cities provide a more enjoyable championship experience for both student-athletes and fans, Wash. U. will partner with neighbor Fontbonne University and the St. Louis Sports Commission to host the finals this year, as well as in 2011.

| Sports Editor

Defending champs adjusting to a new team dynamic

The new-look Washington University women’s basketball team is learning how difficult it is to defend a national championship.

| Executive Editor

Women’s soccer coasts to win over Fontbonne

The Washington University women’s soccer team recorded another shutout Saturday evening against Fontbonne University, as the Bears defeated the Griffins 7-0.
“It feel pretty awesome to have another shutout,” junior Lee Ann Felder said. “We always really want to have a shutout when we play at home, so it feels great.”

| Sports Reporter

Women’s volleyball team earns sweep at WU Classic Invitational

Despite seven new faces and three missing ones from last season’s national champion Washington University women’s volleyball team, the results on the court through one week hardly looked different from those of teams of years past.

| Sports Editor

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