Libby Held

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.

| Sports Editor

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

Spirited Wash. U. fans spice up San Antonio

23 students might not sound like a lot compared to Wash. U.’s undergraduate population of more than 6,000, but they made their presence felt at the Women’s Soccer Championship game in San Antonio.

| 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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