The loss brought the Bears to 6-3 on the year with one more game to play.
The win brought the Bears to 6-2 on the year with two games to play in the regular season.
The team is nearing the end of the regular season, and they have high hopes for the postseason.
Student Life caught up with Walter to check in about her track season, goals and favorite ice cream.
After sailing through their first eight games, the baseball team played their first top-ranked teams this week. But that didn’t stop them.
The Washington University football team hosted its first game of the 2019 campaign at the newly renamed Francis Olympic Field this past weekend against No. 5 North Central College. After the dust settled on some early excitement, the Bears were unable to keep up with the Cardinals, losing 46-13.
After an early bye week, the Washington University football team was back in action Saturday at No. 5 North Central College, falling behind 22-0 in the first half and ultimately falling, 32-19.
With a fairly unfamiliar mix of teams on the docket, Wash. U. will have to prepare for a new set of opponents. Let’s take a look at the scouting report for some of these teams as the Bears look forward to the 2018 season.
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.
During opening weekend, Washington University’s baseball team received a strong pitching performance from senior Stephen Bonser but struggled to keep its opponents off the scoreboard when others were on the mound. In the Bears’ second set of games, though, Bonser turned in another impressive outing, and this time, he got a little help from his friends. Wash. U.
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