nationals

Indoor track’s Emma Kelley: The undefeated triplet leading Division III

Kelley has won eight straight track heats in races ranging from 400 to 800 meters.

| Senior Sports Editor

Cross country women 5th, men 16th at NCAA Championships

In a tightly contested 32-team field, the Washington University women’s cross country team finished fifth Saturday at the NCAA Division III Cross Country National Championships at the Lake Breeze Golf Club in Oshkosh, Wis.

| Staff Reporter

Taege overcomes injuries to earn All-American accolades

Great athletes are known for not only their physical ability but also their passion and desire to overcome challenges. For the Washington University swimming team, junior Sara Taege’s embodiment of these traits has made her a great collegiate swimmer.

Gad Choi | Contributing Reporter

Cheadle wins individual regional championship, men’s and women’s cross-country teams qualify for nationals

Junior Lucy Cheadle became the first Midwest Region individual champion in Washington University history, and the No. 17 women’s cross-country team raced to third place Saturday in Rock Island, Ill. The No. 2 men’s team finished behind only No.

| Senior Sports Editor

Sports over spring break: By the Numbers

While most Washington University students headed home or to the beach for their spring break, many of the Wash. U. winter and spring athletic teams were in competition through part if not all of the break.

| Senior Sports Editor

Men’s cross-country finishes fifth at Nationals; Cheadle 21st

Behind junior Kevin Sparks, the Washington University men’s cross-country team placed fifth at the Division III NCAA Championships Saturday in Terre Haute, Ind., marking its fourth straight top 10 national finish. Sparks finished fourth among 280 runners to claim men’s All-America honors. He completed the 8K course in 24.37.00.

| News Editor

WU-SLam places second at nationals

Washington University’s poetry slam team was runner-up in the nation’s premier collegiate spoken word competition this weekend. WU-SLam placed second to Macalester College in the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI), beating out 36 other collegiate poetry slam teams from across the nation. The competition was hosted at the University of Michigan.

| Contributing Reporter

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