The weekend put the Bears’ record at 11-7 on the season.
The Bears bounced back after a tough loss last weekend.
This Sunday, with the Washington University men’s soccer team clinging to a one goal lead against Illinois Wesleyan, a defender on the line saved the match for the Bears.
The Washington University men’s soccer team continued its dominant defensive play with a 3-0 victory against Illinois Wesleyan University Friday night. With the shutout, the No. 12 Bears have held opponents scoreless in through their first five games of the season, marking their longest such streak since 2008.
A consistent offense and elite pitching had propelled the Washington University softball team’s 20-4 start and top-10 national ranking six weeks into the season. However, neither were on display this week as the Bears were swept 5-1 and 4-0 in a Tuesday afternoon doubleheader against Illinois Wesleyan University.
The Washington University baseball team returned home for the first time in three weeks to face Illinois Wesleyan University. After a walk-aided extra-inning victory Friday night, the Bears split a doubleheader on Saturday, winning the three-game series 2-1.
The No. 18 Washington University men’s soccer team has made a habit of scoring early, netting 13 of their 16 goals in the first half.
In a tight defensive struggle where offense was hard to find, junior Katie Chandler scored in the 84th minute to lift the No. 12 Washington University women’s soccer team over No. 4 Illinois Wesleyan University 1-0 on Saturday afternoon at Francis Field.
A week after winning the University Athletic Association championship, the Washington University baseball team saw its wave of momentum come to a halt by splitting four games against Illinois Wesleyan University and Concordia University Chicago.
An annual rivalry will get another go-around this Saturday evening at the Field House as Washington University and Illinois Wesleyan University will square off in the second round of the NCAA Division III men’s national championship tournament. The teams already faced off once this year, back on Dec. 1, with then-No. 10 Wash. U. beating then-No.
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