Playoffs are on the horizon and some teams may even contend for top seeds.
Miles, who ranks second on the team in points this year, is primed to lead the Bears’ attack heading into UAA competition this weekend.
The men captured two shutout victories while the women beat Fontbonne University for their first victory under interim head coach Stephanie Gabbert.
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.
2019 was an eventful year for the Bears. Here’s a look at the top 10 Wash. U. sports stories of the year.
The No. 5 Washington University women’s soccer team’s come-from-behind victory against the University of Rochester this past Sunday marked head coach Jim Conlon’s 200th victory as coach of the Wash. U. women’s soccer team.
For the first time after 1111 minutes of play, the Wash. U. women’s soccer team found themselves behind against the University of Rochester. However, the Bears would not be behind for long.
In just eight days, the Washington University women’s soccer team will start its season on the road against No. 22 Loras College. The early exit from the NCAA tournament in 2017 was a bitter pill to swallow after winning it all the year before.
How do you replace Division III’s best player and still compete for a championship? That’s the question head coach Jim Conlon and the Washington University women’s soccer team are trying to figure out.
After making it to the national championship in 2015 and earning a No. 8 national billing in the last weekend of this regular season, the Washington University women’s soccer team was expected to make a statement as the team hosted the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament at Francis Field this weekend. And they did.
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