“In my eyes, we have absolutely no reason not to be the favorites moving forward,” senior Justin Hardy said.
The 2-0 win was the Bears’ eighth clean sheet this season.
The weekend left the Bears 7-4 on the season.
The Washington University women’s basketball team split its University Athletic Association road trip this weekend, losing to the University of Rochester on Friday, and then defeating Emory University on Sunday.
For the first time after 1111 minutes of play, the Wash. U. women’s soccer team found themselves behind against the University of Rochester. However, the Bears would not be behind for long.
There was this notion for weeks that the Washington University men’s basketball team was going to have to win out the regular season in order to capture the UAA crown. Turns out they didn’t need to.
After weeks of torching opponents on the offensive end, the Washington University men’s basketball team was held punchless against the University of Rochester.
In the 80th minute, a back pass meant for senior goalkeeper Lizzy Crist was intercepted by a University of Rochester player and buried in the back of an open net. It was that kind of night
Down 2-0 at halftime and forced to play a man down for 95 minutes against No. 7 University of Rochester, the Washington University men’s soccer team faced their toughest challenge of the season thus far.
In the final meet before nationals, the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming teams both came away with runner-up finishes at the University Athletic Championships from Wednesday through Saturday in Rochester, N.Y.
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