Neither size nor press defense stops women’s basketball

Trailing for just 12 of the 80 minutes of game time, the Washington University women’s basketball team defeated Greenville University and No. 25 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges by wide margins this weekend. With these wins, the Bears have now won three straight games and improve to 5-2 on the season.

| Senior Sports Editor

Men’s soccer gets over .500 with blowout of Greenville

Compared to the intensity of the previous week’s games, the Washington University men’s soccer team’s game at Greenville University in Greenville, Ill. was a breeze. The Bears jumped out to an early 2-0 lead courtesy of a pair of goals by senior forward Ryan Sproule, then cruised through the second half on the way to a 5-0 victory to move to 4-3 on the season.

Angelica Vasquez | Contributing Reporter

Behind the wins: Understanding volleyball’s recent surge

As the end of the regular season quickly approaches, Washington University volleyball is in a position to enter the playoffs either through the conference’s automatic bid or by the grace of an at-large bid, thanks to the team’s No. 16 national ranking.

| Senior Sports Editor

Baseball records 4-0 weekend behind strong hitting, timely pitching

A 15-run inning, an inside-the-park bunt home run and a walk-off single were just a few of the unusual moments in a four-win weekend for the Washington University baseball team.

| Staff Reporter

Women’s basketball takes banged-up roster on NCAA tournament run

On Monday afternoon, about 20 members of the Washington University women’s basketball team, several varsity coaches and various athletic department personnel squeezed into the Danforth University Center Fun Room to watch the Division III women’s basketball tournament selection show.

| Senior Sports Editor

Baseball sweeps Greenville in home-opening twin bill

They say that pitching wins championships. On an unseasonably beautiful February afternoon at Kelly Field, pitching won at least two games, as the Washington University baseball team defeated Greenville College 4-2 and 10-1 by virtue of dominant pitching.

| Staff Reporter

Early-meet success bodes well for cross-country postseason

Amidst sweltering heat and muddy fields, the Washington University men’s and women’s cross country team continue to stride towards national competition. Fresh off a pair of fourth-place team finishes at last year’s NCAA national meet, the Bears’ sights are firmly set on running in the championships.

| Senior Sports Editor

Men’s soccer kicks off season with 3-0 victory over Greenville

Star senior forward Jack West scored 41 seconds into the game and added an assist in the second half, and the Washington University men’s soccer team cruised to a 3-0 victory in its season opener vs. Greenville Tuesday night at Francis Field.

Rohan Gupta | Contributing Reporter

Women’s soccer overwhelms Greenville in season opener

In their first game of the season on Tuesday night, the No. 22 Washington University women’s soccer team bombarded Greenville College with 33 shots on their way to trouncing the Panthers in a 5-0 victory.

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Softball splits against Fontbonne, baseball picks up two road wins over the weekend

The baseball team (15-5 record) succeeded, posting 5-4 and 9-7 road victories against Greenville College (5-10) on Saturday. However, the No. 18 softball team (21-7) settled for a split against Fontbonne University (9-9) by winning 6-4 and falling 6-1 on Sunday afternoon at home.

| Senior Sports Editor

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