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Women’s soccer stays undefeated with wins at Rhodes College Challenge Tournament

Keep taking shots and they will eventually go in — that’s been the strategy all season for the No. 5 Washington University women’s soccer team. So far, it has worked brilliantly.

| Senior Sports Editor

All Rhodes lead to victory: A fifth straight for men’s basketball

After beating Rhodes College on Wednesday night, 80-55, the No. 10 Washington University men’s basketball team is off to its hottest start since the fall of 2012, when the Bears won their first eight games and ended up winning the University Athletic Association championship.

| Senior Sports Editor

Late comeback powers women’s basketball to overtime win

The Washington University women’s basketball team stormed back from a late nine-point deficit on Friday night, beating Rhodes College 86-80 in overtime.

| Senior Sports Editor

No rest for the weary: Baseball, softball get to business over spring break

With the Washington University women’s basketball team’s postseason hopes dashed in the NCAA Division III Sectional Final March 9, the Bear sports calendar officially flipped to spring. Here’s a roundup of what you might have missed as the Red and Green played ball.

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer continues hot start with two more home victories

This weekend, the Washington University women’s soccer team continued their undefeated season with wins over Rhodes College and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Heman Duplechan | Staff Reporter

Football continues home success, beats Rhodes College 37-7

In front of over 2,000 fans, the most at Francis Field since last October, the Washington University football team allowed a season-low 181 yards of total offense on its way to dominating Rhodes College by a score of 37-7. With the win, the Bears have now won 13 of their last 14 home games.

| Staff Reporter

Football loses to Rhodes on road, suffers second loss in a row

Miscues and a lack of focus plagued the Washington University football team on Saturday as the Red and Green struggled in all phases of the game in a 46-22 loss against Rhodes College.

| Associate Editor

Women’s soccer survives overtime scare to remain undefeated

An Olivia Lillegraven header knocked past Rhodes College’s sprawling goalie turned a potentially devastating upset into a thrilling victory as the No. 2 ranked Washington University women’s soccer team took down its opponent in a 1-0 overtime contest Saturday evening at Francis Field. On Sunday, the Bears routed Benedictine University by scoring eight goals in a shutout to improve to 5-0 on the season.

| Sports Editor

Baseball struggles on offense in 1-2 opening weekend

The Washington University baseball team hoped to open its season with a strong start against Wartburg and Rhodes Colleges. But after coming through in the clutch against Wartburg, the Bears were swept Sunday at Rhodes to fall below .500 after the opening weekend.

Gad Choi | Contributing Reporter

Swimming cruises in final tuneup before UAA Championships

With the University Athletic Association Championships coming up, the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming-and-diving teams used their dual meets against Rhodes College and Sewanee: The University of the South to add some race wins to their ledger.

Contributing Reporter | Gad Choi

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