Red and Green

From the Bears to the Braves, bringing numbers to the baseball field

These days Kenny Dorian is a data analyst for the Atlanta Braves, but he started his Baseball analysis career at Wash. U.

Josh Shapiro | Staff Reporter

Departing WU, Lori White leaves behind a legacy of enthusiasm for and dedication to athletics

Lori White is leaving Wash. U. next month to become the president of DePauw University. But her impact on athletics here will remain, from a bolstered sense of school spirit to the athletic director’s motivation to better the experience of every student athlete.

| Senior Sports Editor

With their season cut short, softball reflects on what could have been

Washington University softball started this season on strong footing, however the COVID-19 pandemic brought things to a premature end.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

Earned Run, or how I learned to stop worrying and be okay with Baseball, Part 2

This is part two of a three part series recounting my experience learning to like baseball.

| Senior Sports Editor

After season comes to an abrupt end, baseball seniors depart with increased appreciation for their time as Bears

The seniors of the Washington University baseball team found out that they had played their last game of Baseball on March 12.

Josh Shapiro | Staff Reporter

With sweep and series win in home openers, baseball and softball off to a strong start

Both Bears Baseball and Softball emerged from the weekend with victorious series.

| Senior Sports Editor

Reinmiller is priming the Bears for a playoff run, both as a player and as a coach

The Washington University men’s basketball team’s senior forward Louis Reinmiller is a proven leader, whose unfortunate circumstances were used in the most constructive way possible to make him the role model that he is to the team today.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

‘She has chosen to rise above adversity’: Keane as a role model for women’s basketball

Senior guard Camille Keane’s fellow players and her head coach will tell you that she is the epitome of not giving up, of refusing to quit when life knocks her down.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

‘It’s fun having that target on your back’: Matt Ashbaugh faces down batters, lofty expectations

Senior pitcher Matt Ashbaugh was named to the all-University Athletic Association second team last year and enters the season as the Bears’ ace.

| Senior Sports Editor

After losing top doubles player to Achilles injury, men’s tennis comes fourth at indoors

After an Achilles injury disrupted the Men’s Tennis team’s momentum during the national indoor championships, they never recovered.

| Senior Sports Editor

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