Gabbie Cesarone

Defense carries women’s soccer back to Sweet 16

The Bears will face the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse next Saturday in their sixth straight Sweet 16 appearence.

| Staff Reporter

Women’s soccer stays undefeated with wins at Rhodes College Challenge Tournament

Keep taking shots and they will eventually go in — that’s been the strategy all season for the No. 5 Washington University women’s soccer team. So far, it has worked brilliantly.

| Senior Sports Editor

Soccer teams start off seasons with commanding wins

The men captured two shutout victories while the women beat Fontbonne University for their first victory under interim head coach Stephanie Gabbert.

and | Contributing Reporter and Senior Sports Editor

Fall sports finally return this week: Here’s what the coaches and players are saying

From football to soccer and cross country, athletes and coaches have never been more excited to step back onto the field and compete with some modicum of normalcy.

| Senior Sports Editor

Conlon resigns, takes position at Division II soccer powerhouse

He departs the University as the winningest women’s soccer coach in its history and now heads for the head coach position at Grand Valley State University after leading the Bears to 12 consecutive NCAA playoff appearances, multiple trips to the finals and the 2016 national championship. 

| Senior Sports Editor

Looking back at the top 10 WU sports stories of 2019

2019 was an eventful year for the Bears. Here’s a look at the top 10 Wash. U. sports stories of the year.

and | Senior Sports Editors

The unbreakable defense, chapter two: Gabbie Cesarone

The scoring for the Washington University women’s soccer team’s 2019 season was kicked off by an unlikely source. In the Bears’ 3-0 win against Calvin University on Friday, a corner kick from sophomore Erin Flynn boggled around the box and found itself at the feet of sophomore center back Gabbie Cesarone.

| Senior Sports Editor

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