season preview

Baseball eyes tournament berth behind experienced offense

Here’s a breakdown of a few key things to know before the Red and Green’s baseball season gets into full swing.

| Senior Sports Editor

Football team embracing warrior spirit for season

When the Washington University football team arrived for pre-season training last week, head coach Larry Kindbom made it clear that he wants his players to win before going into war each week by preparing rigorously and practicing productively.

| Managing Editor

Experienced men’s basketball team opens season

Gone from the roster of the Washington University men’s basketball team are last year’s leading scorer and any connections to the 2009 national championship squad, which had defended a title from the year before. Also gone is a player that was expected to help fill those leading scorer shoes.

| News Editor

Women’s basketball looks to repeat success with new start

This season, the Washington University women’s basketball team is looking to make a whole new name for itself. The beauty of college sports is the attitude that the name on the front of the jersey is more important than the name on the back. As cliched as it may be, there is something exciting in seeing what kind of team the 2012-13 Bears will be.

Danny Schwartz | Sports Reporter

Football to rely on shutdown defense

Even with a 7-3 record, the Washington University football team was unable to make the playoffs last year and finished third in the UAA. With a completely new look, the team expects a great season in 2008. “This team will be very different than last year’s squad,” Head Coach Larry Kindbom said. “We feel our […]

| Sports Reporter

Women’s soccer looks toward another strong season in 2008

The biggest change for Washington University’s ninth-ranked women’s soccer team this year will not be on the field, but on the sidelines. First year Head Coach Jim Conlon takes over the reins this season following former Head Coach Wendy Dillinger’s resignation in January. The former Wartburg College men’s and women’s head coach will have big shoes to fill, as Dillinger was the winningest women’s soccer coach in school history.

| Managing Editor

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