NCAA tournament

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

Women’s basketball loses to No. 4 Hope in NCAA second round

After sneaking into the playoffs, the Bears topped Wheaton College in the first round. But a day later they could not overcome Hope’s timely runs.

Jon Lewis | Senior Sports Editor

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