Round of 16 loss concludes disappointing outdoor season for No. 12 men’s tennis

When the NCAA announced that the final rounds of the Division III tennis championships were going to be held in St. Louis for the first time since 2007, it gave the Washington University men’s tennis team a special opportunity: competing for a national championship in Forest Park, just a short walk away from WashU’s Danforth campus. Unfortunately for the Bears, the men’s tennis team didn’t get that chance.

| Managing Sports Editor

Men’s and women’s tennis run into roadblock against Denison and UChicago

Entering the weekend of April 12, the Washington University men’s and women’s tennis teams had a lot on the line.

| Staff Writer

Women’s basketball defeats UChicago, earns postseason berth

Following a dominant win against Brandeis, the Washington University women’s basketball team needed to close its season with a big win against University Athletic Association (UAA) foe University of Chicago to secure its at-large spot in the NCAA tournament. 

| Staff Writer

Men’s basketball beats UChicago to finish the season strong and earn postseason spot

The script for the Washington University Men’s basketball team has been pretty much the same lately: overcome early struggles, make clutch shots, and leave with a win. That’s the pattern they’ve been following for much of the past season, and it’s one they followed once again in their regular-season finale against the University of Chicago. 

| Staff Writer

No. 14 men’s basketball tied for UAA lead after thrilling 2-1 start

As the Bears have learned in their first three UAA matchups — the one-point loss at Chicago on Jan. 6, four-point victory over Emory on Jan. 12, and one-point overtime win over Rochester on Jan. 14 — every single game in the UAA is likely going to come down to the wire, and eking out wins like their first two certainly will not be an easy task.

| Managing Sports Editor

Why Sergio Rivas, who leads men’s soccer with four goals in three games, says he peaked in middle school

Rivas may be a machine on the field, but off the soccer pitch, he is an economics major who will never turn down a game of chess.

| Senior Sports Editor

Football wins SAA championship, secures third ever playoff bid

As the clock ticked down to zero on the Washington University football team’s 43-34 win over the University of Chicago in Chicago on Saturday, the team’s celebrations were slightly subdued.

| Contributing Reporter

Men’s soccer battles to stalemate against No. 1 Chicago

In a quiet conclusion to what has been a roller coaster of regular season play, the Washington University men’s soccer team posted a 0-0 tie against undefeated No. 1 University of Chicago in double overtime Saturday night.

| Staff Reporter

Ho leads women’s tennis to singles, doubles title matches

After a weekend at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central Regional at Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Mich., things are looking promising for senior Rebecca Ho, the tournament’s reigning doubles champion, and the rest of the Washington University women’s tennis team.

Isaac Jacobson | Contributing Reporter

Point: Trigger warnings can do more harm than good

While UChicago’s blunder may loom over the university for years to come, their logic is not far off: the trigger warning tends to do more harm than good in the classroom.

| Forum Editor

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