NCAA tournament

Round of 16 loss concludes disappointing outdoor season for No. 12 men’s tennis

When the NCAA announced that the final rounds of the Division III tennis championships were going to be held in St. Louis for the first time since 2007, it gave the Washington University men’s tennis team a special opportunity: competing for a national championship in Forest Park, just a short walk away from WashU’s Danforth campus. Unfortunately for the Bears, the men’s tennis team didn’t get that chance.

| Managing Sports Editor

From chasing a championship to searching for closure: Men’s basketball’s final week, in the Bears’ own words, Part 3

This is the finalpart of a three-part oral history detailing the final days of the Men’s Basketball season.

| Senior Sports Editor

From chasing a championship to searching for closure: Men’s basketball’s final week, in the Bears’ own words, Part 2

This is the second part of a three-part oral history detailing the final days of the Men’s Basketball season.

| Senior Sports Editor

From chasing a championship to searching for closure: Men’s basketball’s final week, in the Bears’ own words, Part 1

This is the first part of a three-part oral history detailing the final days of the Men’s Basketball season.

| Senior Sports Editor

Athlete of the week: DeVaughn Rucker has saved his best for last

In DeVaughn Rucker’s senior season, the forward has averaged more than 12 points per game while shooting a career-best 52% from the field.

Josh Shapiro | Contributing Reporter

Women’s soccer stunned: With a single stop, the season was over

“It was a great battle, a heck of a fight with Pomona,” head coach Jim Conlon said as he held back tears. “The ball just didn’t bounce our way today.”

| Senior Sports Editor

Volleyball knocked from tourney in first round

The Bears Volleyball faced Claremont-Mudd-Scripps earlier this year and lost a close, hard-fought match. Their match this past weekend reflected the first one on Sept. 13.

Benjamin Simon | Staff Reporter

Women’s basketball to host first two rounds of NCAA tournament

The Bears will welcome No. 11 George Fox University, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and Greenville University. Wash. U. will face UW-Whitewater on Friday at 7:00 PM in WU Field House. The winner of that game will face either George Fox or Greenville Saturday night.

Dorian DeBose | Senior Sports Editor

The craziest NCAA men’s basketball tournament

Three top-seven teams ousted in the first round, three unranked teams in the final four and, Nebraska Wesleyan University, a team that hadn’t lost fewer than eight games since the 1990s winning it all.

| Senior Sports Editor

No. 4 men’s basketball ousted in NCAA first round

With Wash. U. still in celebration mode, Marcus Myers collected, turned 90 degrees and knocked down an off-balance shot all in one motion to end Wash. U.’s season in shocking fashion.

Dorian Debose | Staff Reporter

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