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

Seniors lead Bears to second straight UAA title

They’ve lost just two home games since becoming full-time starters, they’ve lived together for two years and now a trio of seniors has added two conference titles to its friendship.

| Editor-in-Chief

Win against UChicago propels men’s basketball to likely tournament berth

With the win on Saturday, the Bears finished the regular season with a 20-5 overall record and 9-5 record in the University Athletic Association to capture second place in the conference.

Aaron Brezel | Sports Editor

Women’s basketball must rely on strong defense to win UAA title

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.

| Sports Editor

Underclassmen pace Wash. U. swim teams to 10 events wins, sweep of UChicago dual meet

A week after both teams beat DePauw University on the road, the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams recorded the same results at their home meet against the University of Chicago on Saturday.

Weber Gaowen | Contributing Reporter

Behind Chandler’s goal, women’s soccer halts losing streak

The No. 17 Bears held on to defeat the No. 11 Maroons by a score of 1-0 to finish their regular season with a 13-3-2 overall record and a 3-3-1 in the University Athletic Association.

| Senior Sports Editor

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