On a hot and humid Sunday in Atlanta, playing to double overtime was not a preference for the No. 15 Washington University men’s soccer team. The Bears couldn’t break through and get a win either, but they were content with a 1-1 tie against Emory University in the first game of University Athletic Association play. […]
Noon on Sunday at Francis Field marked the beginning of 65 minutes of back-and-forth action, great chances barely turned away and most importantly, two goals on each side of the soccer field.
Darkness ended the Washington University softball team’s attempt to salvage a win at its season opening weekend. The No 7. Bears fell 4-2 on Friday to host Rhodes College in the season opener before tying with No. 19 Transylvania University on Sunday at the Chick-fil-A Classic in Memphis, Tenn.
Continuing its in-conference play, the University Athletic Association-leading Washington University women’s soccer team defeated Case Western Reserve University 1-0 on Friday, Oct. 15 and tied No. 25 University of Rochester 0-0 on Sunday, Oct. 17.
After a losing-streak snapping 4-0 win over Principia College last Tursday, the Washington University women’s soccer team started its University Athletic Association (UAA) season against No. 14 Emory University on Sunday, Oct. 3. The game remained scoreless after 110 minutes of play, ending in a 0-0 tie.
Despite outshooting the Rhodes College Lynx and a dominant offensive performance, the Washington University men’s soccer team ended Sunday’s contest with its third tie in the last five games.
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