Sports

‘He’s thinking about StudLife 24/7’: Matthew Friedman named Student Life editor-in-chief for 2021–2022

Junior Matthew Friedman’s appointment as editor-in-chief was announced by the Washington University Student Media Inc. board of directors at their annual gala held over Zoom, Feb. 12.

| Senior News Editor

On covering St. Louis sports during a pandemic: A conversation with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist

I caught up with Post-Dispatch sports columnist Benjamin Hochman to talk about what it’s been like to report on sports during the last few weeks.

| Senior Sports Editor

Earned Run, or how I learned to stop worrying and be okay with Baseball, Part 3

This is the final part of a three part series recounting my experience learning to like baseball.

| Senior Sports Editor

Earned Run, or how I learned to stop worrying and be okay with Baseball, Part 1

This is part one of a three part series recounting my experience learning to like baseball.

| Senior Sports Editor

Matt’s Musings: Not having sports sucks, but at least we get this out of it

Sports are gone for now and that’s unfortunate, but with so many events being pushed back next year is going to be more packed with excitement than ever before.

Matt Singer | Sports Columnist

21 years as a race, 21 years as a marathon

I’ve lived 21 years as a sports fan. Franchises rise from the dregs of a league to the pinnacle of excellence in 21 years.

| Senior Sports Editor

Underclassmen football players and the leadership of upperclassmen

Still in the early stages of their football careers, these underclassmen are influenced and supported by the upperclassmen on the team and the coaching staff. While the life of a football player can be busy, hectic and stressful, the support system the team provides is central to ensuring that younger players can thrive at Wash. U.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

So long, St. Louis: My favorite sports memories from four years in the Lou

What St. Louis lacks in bright lights and win-now mandates, it more than makes up for in accessibility and community. I’ll miss those after moving back to the northeast after graduation. Here’s a collection of my fondest St. Louis sports memories over the last four years.

| Staff Reporter

1999: Reflecting on sports 20 years ago after 20 years of life

To mark the end of my youth, I want to take a look at year one to see if I can draw some insights. I found an article that listed the biggest sports moments of 1999. These are my thoughts on them.

Dorian DeBose | Senior Sports Editor

Staff editorial: Support WU sports

Attending a collegiate athletic event, then, is as much about community and a sense of belonging as it is about cheering for first downs. That’s uniquely true at Washington University, where by nature of size, we share a far more intimate setting than that of a 100,000-seat stadium.

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