He studied at WU. Seventeen years later, he’s on ‘The Amazing Race.’

Washington University alumnus Chee Lee (’04) competed on the most recent season of “The Amazing Race,” the reality television series where teams of two race around the world solving clues and completing crazy challenges of any form, from watermelon launching to mountain climbing.

| Staff Writer

After Stahlhuth resigns, women’s tennis looks for someone to continue her legacy

Women’s tennis players have worked this summer to find a replacement for head coach Kelly Stahlhuth, who resigned in July.

| Associate Editor

‘There’s not actually a lot of hitting going on’: From Houston to St. Louis, women’s tennis pair keeps up the fight

Freshman Sophia Huynh and sophomore Hannah Johnston have spent years playing tennis together both in St. Louis and St. John’s School in Houston.

| Senior Sports Editor

After losing top doubles player to Achilles injury, men’s tennis comes fourth at indoors

After an Achilles injury disrupted the Men’s Tennis team’s momentum during the national indoor championships, they never recovered.

| Senior Sports Editor

J.J. Kroot serves up hot takes about movies, talks indoor Nationals.

Before the Tennis Indoor National Championship in Minnesota, Sports Editor Dorian Debose had the chance to sit down with captain J.J. Kroot to talk about tennis, basketball, camaraderie and movies.

| Senior Sports Editor

Focus on doubles propels men’s tennis to season-opening victory over Carleton

With strong doubles play and overpowering singles, the No. 9 Washington University men’s tennis team defeated No. 38 Carleton College, 7-2, in its Division III season opener on Sunday.

| Senior Sports Editor

Tennis sweeps DI Butler in doubles to open the season

The Washington University men’s tennis team gave Division I Butler University their best shot on Monday morning.

| Senior Sports Editor

UAA Round Robin and more highlights from a busy October sports weekend

It was a full weekend for Washington University athletics. From conference competition to regional competitions, the Bears were active both at home and around the country.

Dorian DeBose and Will Slatin | Sports reporters

Men’s soccer falls and other storylines from the packed sports weekend

Catch up with what you missed in the world of WU sports this past weekend.

and | Senior Sports Editors

Tennis sweeps the weekend to finish regular season strong

The Washington University men’s and women’s tennis teams swept four matches this weekend, finishing the regular season on a high note in advance of next weekend’s UAA championships.

| Senior Editor

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