Charlie Jacob makes the most of his fifth year as basketball’s leading scorer

Jacob is the oldest player on the court and has been dominant on the hardwood for the Bears. “When he gets in his mode, he’s basically unstoppable,” said freshman Yogi Oliff.

| Managing Editor

Casey Cromwell’s holistic approach takes WashU softball into a new era

Casey Cromwell joined the WashU softball program as the head coach this year after the departure of Michelle Venturella. She previously coached at neighboring Fontbonne University for five years.

| Contributing Writer

Three ACL tears later, Maggie Brett is WashU’s leading scorer

Senior Maggie Brett, soccer’s leading scorer, tore her three ACLs. In her first full season for WashU, she’s been a key part of the Bears’ offense.

| Managing Editor

“It felt like anything that could go wrong, did”: Breaking down baseball’s 12-24 season

Baseball lost 12-2 to Fontbonne to conclude their season. “We didn’t meet our standards, and we’re far from where we want to be as a program, and far from where we’ve been,” head coach Pat Bloom said.

| Managing Sports Editor

25-9 Softball takes three games off Carnegie Mellon, cruises toward potential postseason bid

The team’s ERA slots them in the top 25 of all Division III pitching staffs. Opponents have a .208 batting average against WashU’s pitchers and have scored 81 runs in comparison to WashU’s 231. 

| Managing Sports Editor

Baseball sweeps North Park to raise season record to 9-10

WashU baseball beats out the North Park Vikings in two blowout victories.

| Managing Senior Sports Editor

Volleyball falls to NYU, Chicago in opening UAA Round Robin

The weekend left the Bears 7-4 on the season.

| Staff Reporter

‘Maybe in the future I’ll get to do that again’: With indoor track season canceled and practices on pause, one jumper reminisces about his time on the runway and in the pit

Despite a year of repeated frustrations, sophomore Abayomi Awoyomi still has hope for the future of track and field.

| Associate Editor

Men’s basketball misses out on conference title and automatic tourney bid after dropping regular season finale

With the loss to University of Chicago on Saturday, the Bears gave up sole possession of first place in the UAA.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

Bears best conference, build momentum at UAA Championships

The men’s and women’s track teams both won the UAA Championships this weekend.

| Senior Sports Editor

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