In its first game of the season, the No. 11 Washington University men’s basketball team showed no signs of rust en route to a 90-60 victory over Rhodes College Saturday at the Field House. The Bears bolted out of the gate on a 27-5 run and led 56-31 at the half. The Red and Green shot a blistering 65.
The No. 12 Washington University women’s soccer team knows what it takes on the road. Fueled by the resilience and grit of true road warriors and milestones reached by two seniors, the Bears capped an extended five-game away stretch with two key wins. This past Thursday’s regional matchup with Illinois Wesleyan University produced a 2-1 victory, and then Wash. U.
With less than three minutes left in the third quarter, senior running back Chris Castelluccio barged his way into the end zone on a 75-yard drive, giving the Washington University football team a 17-10 lead.
The spring season started out the right way for the Washington University women’s tennis team on Saturday, when the No. 14 Bears competed for the first time since October. They traveled to Memphis, Tenn., and handled Rhodes College by a final count of 8-1.
Trailing by two goals at halftime, the No. 16 ranked Washington University’s women’s soccer team stormed back in the second half to top DePauw University 3-2 on Friday and remain undefeated.
The Washington University men’s soccer team may still be looking to improve this season, but its performance in the first four games have proven to be a fine start. With a 3-0 win over Rhodes College on Saturday night in Memphis, Tenn., the Bears have moved to 4-0 on the season and are outscoring their opponents 8-2 so far.
The Washington University football team kept its word about going “all in.” On Saturday, the Bears rolled over the Rhodes College Lynx, showing no mercy either offensively or defensively, resulting in a final score of 48-21. Scoring six touchdowns and two field goals in the win, the Red and Green improved its season record to 2-0.
As the legacy of a pair of seniors on the Washington University women’s volleyball team draws near its close, this year’s team may be close to setting in place a legacy of its own.
The Washington University football team allowed eight sacks in a 28-10 loss to Rhodes College on the road Saturday. The Bears dropped to 3-1 after its first loss of the season.
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