midwest invitational

Women’s tennis wins Midwest Invitational

Washington University’s No. 11 women’s tennis team defeated No. 14 DePauw University, No. 15 University of Chicago and No. 30 Denison College over two days to win the Madison Invitational Championship on Saturday as junior Jamie Silverberg won five of her six her matches to exceed 100 career wins.

| Managing Editor

Women’s tennis gets 2nd place at Midwest Invitational

A 5-4 upset win over No. 10 DePauw University highlighted a successful weekend for the No. 13 Washington University women’s tennis team in Madison, Wis., at the Midwest Invitational. Facing off with four ranked teams, the Bears managed to win three—all with a score of 5-4, against No. 22 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, No. 17 Denison University and No.

| Senior Sports Editor

Swimmers take final opportunity to qualify for NCAAs

The Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams traveled to Chicago for the Midwest Invitational with high hopes of qualifying for the NCAA Championships. This was the final meet before selections are made. “It’s a meet that’s set up to be a last opportunity for people to swim,” head coach Brad Shively said.

| Sports Editor

Chao, Pham highlight swimmers’ successes at UAA Championships

The Washington University swimming teams came home from the University Athletic Association Championships in Rochester, N.Y., with four wins and some potential NCAA-qualifying times.

| Sports Editor

Women’s tennis: Bears cap off regular season with victory over Coe College

The No. 14 Washington University women’s tennis team completed the regular season with an 8-1 victory over No. 26 Coe College on Saturday.

| Sports Reporter

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