“In my eyes, we have absolutely no reason not to be the favorites moving forward,” senior Justin Hardy said.
The team remained No. 9 in the United Soccer Coaches rankings Tuesday.
“This does not happen to the Wash. U. Bears,” the New York University play-by-play announcer declared as the Washington University women’s basketball team continued to slog through the first half of their eventual loss to the Violets.
Men’s Basketball won two games against Brandeis University and New York University to clinch the top spot in the UAA.
In the last 20 minutes of both games that the Washington University women’s soccer team played this weekend, the Bears found themselves level on the scoreboard against a conference opponent. In both games, the Bears managed to convert late chances into game-winning goals, securing a 2-1 victory over No. 21 New York University on Friday and a 1-0 win over Brandeis University on Sunday.
The Washington University softball team faced off with New York University in Purchase, New York this weekend. NYU managed to win all three games by narrow margins.
The No. 10 Washington University baseball team split its series with the New York University Violets this weekend, picking up two wins on Friday and two losses on Saturday to move to 22-5-1 on the season.
The Washington University baseball team capped off a successful weekend of play on Sunday, winning their third game and clinching the series against New York University.
Two overtime periods were not enough to separate two conference rivals on a rainy Sunday in New York, as the Washington University men’s soccer team played to a draw with New York University.
On the one hand, the Bears picked up two wins against conference rivals. On the other, Wash. U. fell short in their biggest match of the weekend against tenth-ranked Carnegie Mellon University.
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