The Washington University women’s golf team finished second at the 2023 NCAA Division III Championships, putting a team score of 938 behind George Fox University who won the title with score of 933. The finish was the highest in program history for the Bears.
The Bears are currently ranked eleventh in the nation and hope to be awarded a place to compete in the NCAA National Championship.
The search for sports analogies that can help us better understand the year we’ve now almost survived.
The premature cancellation of the 2020 NCAA golf season disappointed the seniors hoping for a successful conclusion.
2019 was an eventful year for the Bears. Here’s a look at the top 10 Wash. U. sports stories of the year.
As Washington University students fanned out across the country in search of an autumn reprieve or lounged in an eerily empty campus, athletes kept at their game, playing anywhere from Arkansas to Francis Olympic Stadium to Atlanta. Here’s what you missed:
The Washington University golf team has gotten off to a great start, and freshman Annie Mascot has been a major player in that success.
As September winds to a close, Washington University’s fall sports teams are heading into the core parts of their seasons in good form. No team is below .500 and each has garnered some impressive feats. With the season heating up, here is what you need to know about Wash. U. sports so far.
Catch up with what you missed in the world of WU sports this past weekend.
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