The team is nearing the end of the regular season, and they have high hopes for the postseason.
Playing its third match in three days, the No. 6 Washington University men’s tennis team swept local rival Principia College on Monday afternoon, and the No. 15 women’s team beat Division II University of Missouri-St. Louis, 5-2, on Wednesday afternoon,
The No. 8 Washington University men’s tennis team took care of business against Division II University of Missouri-St. Louis Wednesday, defeating the Tritons, 5-2, and moving to 12-4 on the season. Senior Konrad Kozlowski contributed two key victories to join the Red and Green 100-win club.
Facing opponents with a combined 17-47-1 record heading into the weekend, the No. 18 Washington University softball team dominated and earned six victories.
With the regular season coming to a close, the Washington University softball team recorded its 30th victory after winning its fourth game of the weekend, but two losses against a regionally ranked opponent left the Bears wondering whether they will make the postseason.
A last-minute change in the location of Saturday’s swim meet didn’t stop the Washington University swim and dive teams from cruising to three wins out of four in their final meet before conference championships. Relocated to Principia College in Elsah, Ill., due to issues with the I.E.
On Saturday afternoon, the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming teams competed in a dual meet with Division I Southern Illinois University. Despite their valiant efforts, the Bears fell short, leaving Carbondale, Ill., with 15 second-place and 18 third-place finishes.
The Washington University baseball team (24-13, 3-3) ‘stole’ a victory over Principia College on Saturday, breaking a school record in the process. Freshman Kyle Billig had five steals as the Bears ran rampant against the Panthers. The team stole a season-high 15 bases in a 14-4 mercy-rule win.
Welcome home. In their first home game in nearly three weeks, four players found the back of the net as the No. 15 Washington University men’s soccer team recorded a decisive 4-1 victory over Principia College on Thursday, Oct. 21.
Washington University swimmers took to the starting blocks and left the Principia College Panthers in their wake as the men’s team routed the competition 134-76 and the women picked up a 116-73 win.
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