John Howard

‘There’s no better feeling in the world’: Baseball clinches regional title, earning first program appearance in DIII World Series

After a regional tournament complete with upsets and surprises, Wash. U. has made it further than ever before.

| Senior Sports Editor

No WU baseball player has signed a professional contract since 1997. Ryan Loutos is trying to change that.

This spring, Loutos has helped the Bears to a 24-3 overall record, pitching to an astounding 1.14 ERA through 63 innings.

| Senior Sports Editor

Two years after shaking with nerves in his first appearance, Matt Lopes cannot wait to get back on the mound

This year, with ace pitcher Matt Ashbaugh having graduated, Lopes looks poised to play a key role in the Bears’ pitching successes.

| Contributing Reporter

Looking back at the top 10 WU sports stories of 2019

2019 was an eventful year for the Bears. Here’s a look at the top 10 Wash. U. sports stories of the year.

and | Senior Sports Editors

Aces power WU baseball to sustained hot streak

After a four-game sweep of Brandeis University last weekend, the No. 10 Washington University baseball team now holds the best Earned Run Average (1.89) in all of Division III baseball. You read that right: not just the University Athletic Association, but the entire country.

| Senior Sports Editor

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