Lee Ann Felder

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 […]

| Senior Sports Editor

Bears fall to unbeaten Otterbein in NCAA tournament

The Washington University women’s soccer team’s season came to a close on Saturday, Nov. 13, after losing 2-0 to No. 3 Otterbein College (20-0-1) in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament.

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer team continues conference play with weekend split

The Washington University women’s soccer team (10-6-2, 3-1-2 UAA) resumed University Athletic Association play this past weekend against Brandeis University and New York University. The Bears fell 2-0 to Brandeis on Friday, Oct. 29, but they defeated NYU 2-1 on Sunday, Oct. 31.

| Sports Reporter

Women’s soccer coasts to win over Fontbonne

The Washington University women’s soccer team recorded another shutout Saturday evening against Fontbonne University, as the Bears defeated the Griffins 7-0.
“It feel pretty awesome to have another shutout,” junior Lee Ann Felder said. “We always really want to have a shutout when we play at home, so it feels great.”

| Sports Reporter

Women’s soccer: Underdog Bears fall short of NCAA title upset

The rankings would have put No. 1 Messiah College five goals ahead of No. 17 Washington University, the same score the Falcons won with last year. But the underdog gave the No. 1 team a true batttle, allowing only one Messiah goal in 90 minutes and nearly sending the game into overtime. “The score was […]

| Sports Reporter

Volleyball wins 10th National Championship, Women’s Soccer to Final Four

The Washington University’s women’s volleyball team won its Division III record tenth national title, and the women’s soccer team advanced to the Final Four for the second time in school history.

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer heads to Final Four

Women’s soccer advances to the Final Four for the second time in school history with a 2-1 win over Calvin College

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer fall in NCAA tourney

Washington University women’s soccer lost to the defending national champions and No. 22 Wheaton College (Ill.) 3-0 in the third round of the NCAA tournament.

| Sports Staff

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