The victories over Aurora set the stage for the Bears’ toughest stretch yet.
The ability to narrate one’s unique perspective effectively while also appealing to the higher masses has always been a useful skill for journalist Aisha Sultan.
Near the end of the East to West Battle, the Washington University volleyball team stood tall, forcing a California Lutheran University shot wide left to regain the serve, 26-25, before junior Tricia Brown smashed a spike, stunning the Regals and securing the set victory for Wash. U.
For the second year in a row, the Washington University women’s soccer team has made it to the NCAA Division III tournament Final Four.
The Washington University women’s soccer team will play in the Final Four for the second time in two years after two tight victories this past weekend. The No. 8-ranked Bears defeated No. 10 Hardin-Simmons University (HSU) in penalty kicks after a 0-0 draw on Saturday, and the following day pulled out 1-0 win over No. 2 Trinity University.
Trinity (0-7 record) mounted a furious comeback that fell just short after a jumper from Wash. U. junior guard Luke Silverman-Lloyd broke a 75-75 tie with 31 seconds left, giving the Bears (8-0) a 79-77 win on Saturday at the Field House.
After falling short of winning the ITA Indoor Championship in three straight finals appearances in the past five seasons, the No. 4 Washington University men’s tennis team finally made history in Cleveland. Facing three top-15 opponents, the Bears seized the opportunity to record their first ITA Indoor championship. In the championship on Sunday against No.
A week after giving up its season high in points and being outrebounded for the first time this year in a road loss to No. 1 DePauw University, the Washington University women’s basketball team returned to its strengths, winning the McWilliams Classic for the seventh consecutive year. Playing at home for the first time this season, the No.
The No. 17 Washington University women’s tennis team overcame season-ending injuries to two of its top players to go 2-1 over the weekend. After taking two of three doubles matches against No. 30 Trinity University, the Bears saw the Tigers win four of six singles matches to pull off the 5-4 upset on Friday.
The Washington University men’s tennis team traveled to San Antonio, Texas over the weekend and went 2-1 against top-25 schools. The Bears defeated No. 6 University of California, Santa Cruz 5-4 on Friday and No. 11 Trinity University 5-4 on Saturday before losing to No. 4 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges 6-3 on Sunday. The two wins were highlighted by comebacks, as the team trailed 2-1 after doubles in both matches. Sophomores Adam Putterman, Gary Parizher and Kareem Farah took their respective singles matches in both of the team’s wins. The team could not repeat its comeback on Sunday, as it fell behind CMS 3-1 and never recovered.
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