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Women’s soccer advances to Sweet 16 after two 3-0 victories

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.

Anna Shoenfeld | Contributing Reporter

Women’s soccer heads into NCAA tournament to face undefeated Knox College in the first round of competition

The Washington University women’s soccer team’s 11th straight appearance in the NCAA tournament kicks off this Saturday at Francis Field with a first round matchup against Knox College.

Lily Wu | Contributing Reporter

Football team going ‘all in’ for a phenomenal season, expecting playoff berth

A sense of confidence and focus is in the air for the Washington University football team as it prepares for its season opener against Knox College.

| Sports Reporter

Bears perfect in wild weekend; rally to win four

The Washington University baseball team is fed up with late-inning, come-from-behind nailbiters; Sunday’s 25-run outburst against Knox College was proof enough. “We got down early in a bunch of games, and we basically did the same thing for four games in a row.

| Associate Editor

Football opens season with a bang

Senior tailback Jim O’Brien took the handoff from the 10-yard line on 3rd and 1, stepped to his right and cut easily through the big hole, picking up the first down. Not yet finished, O’Brien bounced outside, stiff-armed a Knox College defender and dove for the pylon, earning Washington University’s first touchdown of the year of Saturday night’s 34-3 victory.

| Sports Reporter

Bears look to bounce back in 2010

Coming off a rough 2009 season, the Washington University football team looks to start this year off on the right foot Saturday night against Knox College at Francis Field.

| Sports Reporter

Bears sweep Millikin amid long stretch

By Monday, pending clear weather, the Washington University baseball team will have played 10 games in only six days. Senior Nick Vom Brack led the way to victory in two of those 10 games, against Millikin University on Wednesday, with a pair of two-run home runs. “Situationally, I haven’t been hitting as well as I would’ve liked to,” Vom Brack said.

| Sports Editor

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