Lauren Budde

The best sports moments of fall 2011

9. Men’s soccer goes viral – From Student Life’s front page to the local NBC station’s morning news, the men’s soccer team hit the big time with its road trip music videos. They “rocketeered” to Atlanta, hit the waves in Iowa and finally “made it.” Don’t be too mean, folks; these videos made the bus […]

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Volleyball avenges loss by defeating Emory in UAA Championship

Before Saturday’s University Athletic Association championship game, the No. 3 Washington University women’s volleyball team had lost only five sets out of 100 this season. Three of them came against No. 2 Emory, which dealt Wash. U. its lone defeat on Oct. 16.

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Volleyball wins UAA Championship

Before Saturday’s UAA championship game, the No. 3 Washington University women’s volleyball team had lost only five sets out of 100 on the season. Three of them came against No. 2 Emory, which dealt Wash. U. its lone defeat on Oct. 16. For the first two sets Saturday in New York, the Bears’ frustrations against their league rival continued. But Wash. U.

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Volleyball extends winning streak to 17 games, 51 sets

University Athletic Association play began on a high note for the No. 2 Washington University women’s volleyball team. The Bears continued their record-breaking start to the 2011 season, a perfect 17-0, by sweeping the first three teams on their UAA schedule at the Wash. U. Field House this past weekend.

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Volleyball reaches 14-0, 42 straight sets

Records have started to fall for the Washington University women’s volleyball squad as it keeps going on its impressive run to begin the 2011 season. The No. 2 Bears went to Colorado Springs, Colo., and swept all four teams in the Molten Colorado College Invitational, including a win against longtime rival No. 9 Juniata College on Friday night.

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Bears defeat NYU, set up showdown with Emory

The Washington University women’s volleyball team defeated New York University 3-0 on Friday night in the Wash. U. Field House to advance to the semifinals of the Division III NCAA Volleyball Championship against No. 1. Emory University.

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Bears ousted by Emory in UAA championship

The top ranked Washington University women’s volleyball team fell to arch-rival and No. 3 Emory University in the University Athletic Association Championships for the second consecutive year.

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Volleyball’s 2010 title defense: So far, so good

Despite losing players to graduation and injury, the volleyball team has picked up right where it left off last year, going undefeated at 14-0 so far and maintaining the top spot in the American Volleyball Coaches Association national poll. The Red and Green show no signs of slowing down any time soon.

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Volleyball: Wash. U. to honor national champions and women’s soccer

The festivities kick off after the basketball doubleheader against Emory University concludes. At 3 p.m., the 2009 volleyball team will be presented with its championship rings and have its national championship banner unveiled.

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Volleyball comes from behind to clinch NCAA title

Volleyball captures tenth national title in program history with a 3-1 victory over No. 1 Juniata College. Sophomore Lauren Budde was named the Most Outstanding Player.

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