The end of February is always a hectic time for Washington University sports, as winter sports head into the business end of their seasons and spring sports begin to ramp things up. Track and field, men’s and women’s tennis and baseball were all in action. Here’s how the Bears fared in their travels.
In a weekend of high-scoring games, the Washington University women’s basketball team picked up two big wins against New York University and Brandeis and clinched the UAA regular season title, punching their ticket to the NCAA Division III basketball tournament this March.
The Washington University women’s soccer team won two games against conference opponents this weekend. The first was a close contest with a thrilling ending. The latter was a victory on Senior Day that officially clinched a conference title for the Bears.
A pair of goals in 41 seconds delivered the Wash. U. women’s soccer team their second-straight UAA title.
It was vintage Bears this weekend as the Wash. U. volleyball team toped Emory with a little help from Teri Clemens.
The men and women’s cross country teams swept the UAA Championship in Woodland Park, N.J.
Washington University head cross-country coach Jeff Stiles couldn’t hide his excitement after Saturday’s University Athletic Association (UAA) championship meet.
A week before Washington University’s track and field team hopes to extend one record and tie another as a group, junior Josh Clark set a school mark of his own on Friday.
One week after winning the Wash. U. Mini Meet, the Bears continued their dominance at home by capturing eight individual titles and one relay win on their way to a sweep at the Wash. U. Invite at Bushyhead Track this weekend.
Facing a surging University of Chicago offense, the No. 9 Washington University women’s basketball team will need to fall back on its defense to deliver a blow to the Windy City.
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