No. 10 women’s tennis dominates No. 9 Trinity and No. 29 Southwestern

After losing to No. 1 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on March 11, the Bears have now rattled off five straight wins, all of which have come away from home against teams ranked in the Top 32 of the nation. The Bears shot up from No. 17 to No. 10 in the national rankings released March 27, and are likely to keep rising after two more impressive wins.

| Contributing Writer

No. 7 men’s tennis loses to No. 1 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and No. 9 Trinity, wins against Skidmore

Following the weekend, the Bears move to 9-7 on the season with four more matches to go before the University Athletic Association (UAA) and NCAA championships.

| Managing News Editor

Men’s Tennis falls early at ITA Indoors

The No. 3 Washington University men’s tennis team arrived at the ITA Indoor championship in Cleveland, Ohio, with a top seed and lofty expectations. Both were swiftly tempered after back-to-back upset losses to the host, No. 14 Case Western University 6-3 in the first round, and defending ITA champions, No. 8 Trinity University (Texas) 7-2 in the consolation bracket. The Bears did, however, avoid a last-place finish with a win against Kenyon College, 5-4.

Alberto Mo | Contributing Reporter

‘Sins of a Solar Empire: Trinity’ review

I’m godawful at strategy games. I once lost a game of “Starcraft” to a Korean 4-year-old in a sleazy Web café. True story. Just scrolling through the “Civilization IV” tech tree gave me recurring nightmares of Sid Meier and Julius Caesar holding my girlfriend hostage on Alpha Centauri. Again, totally true.

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