This past weekend, the Washington University men’s soccer team (4-6-1) went head-to-head with the New York University Violets (4-5-3) in their third game of the University Athletic Association (UAA) tournament. The game took place in New York, and as spectators filed into the Frederick Douglass Field, they were buzzing with excitement, eager to watch the UAA game.
With the victory, WashU handed the Violets their second loss of the season in a closely fought game, dropping them to 1-1 in University Athletic Association (UAA) conference play and bringing the Bears to 3-0.
In a thrilling showdown this past weekend, the Washington University men’s soccer team (3-4-1) took on the formidable #5 Emory University Eagles in its inaugural University Athletic Association (UAA) conference match. The Francis Field stadium buzzed with anticipation as eager students and parents poured in to witness the Bears’ UAA opener at home.
The Washington University men’s soccer team (3-3-1) continued their success by winning at Francis Field against Wheaton College. In a fast-paced match with exciting kicks, passes, and steals, the Bears were able to triumph over the Thunder, 3-0.
The Washington University men’s soccer team (2-1-1) continued their out-of-conference season with mixed results, convincingly defeating Principia College on Thursday evening and drawing with Aurora University on Sunday afternoon. While the Bears exploded for five goals against Principia, WashU’s failure to convert opportunities and controversial penalties hindered their chance to sweep their weekend series.
The Washington University in St. Louis men’s soccer team embarked on its 2023 season with a two-game road trip over the weekend. The squad faced off against Illinois Wesleyan University and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in what proved to be a mixed start to their campaign, concluding the road trip with a commendable 1-1 record.
With the return of UEFA Champions League games this week, millions of fans worldwide are prepared for the drama of European football’s highs and lows. Following a thrilling Round of 16, which pitted some of the world’s best teams against one another, eight surviving clubs remain — Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Benfica, Inter Milan, AC Milan, and Napoli.
Now, almost four years later, it’s nearly impossible to walk around Mudd Field without seeing the navy-blue and pinkish-red hues of St. Louis City SC’s (STLSC) logo on hats, sweatshirts, and more.
Here are a few reasons that everyone from a weekly Champions League viewer to someone brand new to soccer should make their way over to CITYPARK.
Unfortunately for the Bears, however, all three goals scored in the UAA conference opener were scored by players sporting Emory’s white and yellow jerseys.
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