Luckily for the Red and Green, this will not be the year a now-29-year run of tourney bids ends.
Wash. U. has not been past the first weekend of the NCAA tournament since the title run in 2009.
For one of the few times all season, Wash. U. women’s soccer was not in the drivers seat.
UW-La Crosse is the Washington University women’s soccer team’s next hurdle. Beyond that, either University of Chicago or Wheaton College lie in wait.
A late goal by Taylor Cohen propelled the Washington University women’s soccer team past Wittenberg University.
The Washington University volleyball team ended their season by squandering a 14-10 fifth set lead against No. 2 Calvin.
Once again Wash. U. volleyball’s season is on the line against Calvin College. The key may lie in getting Malek, Ufondo and King clean looks.
Wash. U. women’s soccer team head into the NCAA First Round with a head of steam after derailing then-No. 1 University of Chicago last week on the road.
After an hour-long lightning delay, the Washington University men’s soccer team finished its season with a 2-1 loss to No. 11 University of Chicago Saturday.
Down one and nearly halfway through the third quarter, the No. 6 Washington University women’s basketball team was battling for tournament survival against No. 24 Wheaton College. But back-to-back buckets from sophomore forward Madeline Homoly ignited a 14-4 run to put the Bears up for good.
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