Once a bear, always a bear: Madara returns

“When someone is a student of the game and has expertise and enthusiasm, that’s a scary combination,” Director of Athletics Anthony Azama said.

Clara Richards | Contributing Reporter

WU hires recent alum Paige Madara as next women’s tennis coach

Madara, who played for the Bears from 2009-2013 before serving as an assistant coach from 2013-2015, will replace Kelly Stahlhuth, who resigned in July after 15 seasons leading the team.

| Associate Editor

Winded: Baseball blows game in frustrating 11-10 loss at hands of Grinnell

Despite being winded out of one game of Saturday’s doubleheader at Pioneer Park, the Washington University baseball team was still in for a marathon, falling in an 11-10 slugfest to Grinnell College.

| Sports Editor

Baseball suffers split against weak competition

A week after sweeping its slate of three games, two of which came against then-No. 24 Illinois Wesleyan University, the Washington University baseball team faced a less daunting schedule Friday and Saturday. But against Grinnell College, which entered with a 3-7 record, Wash. U.

| Copy Chief

Jackson’s title, women’s third-place finish highlight track championships

The final meet of the indoor season for the Washington University track and field teams closed out what may have been the best winter season ever for Wash. U. track and field. Five Bears were named All-Americans, senior Tyler Jackson picked up an individual national championship, and the women’s team took third place overall in […]

| Senior Sports Editor

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