Many Bears teams have found their stride as the weather starts to warm.
Playing its third match in three days, the No. 6 Washington University men’s tennis team swept local rival Principia College on Monday afternoon, and the No. 15 women’s team beat Division II University of Missouri-St. Louis, 5-2, on Wednesday afternoon,
The No. 8 Washington University men’s tennis team took care of business against Division II University of Missouri-St. Louis Wednesday, defeating the Tritons, 5-2, and moving to 12-4 on the season. Senior Konrad Kozlowski contributed two key victories to join the Red and Green 100-win club.
On Senior Day, the Washington University No. 2 men’s tennis team cruised to a 9-0 victory over Westminster College (Mo.) at the Tao Tennis Center while the No. 9 women fell to Division II University of Missouri-St. Louis on the road. On the men’s side, the Red and Green were dominant in both doubles and singles.
The Washington University women’s golf team rode the momentum from a strong first round to capture its first tournament title in three weeks. Wash. U. obtained a ten-shot lead after shooting a first-round 315 at the University of Illinois-Springfield Spring Shooutout, and the team combined for a 319 on day two. Division II University of Missouri-St.
Cee Lo Green is slated to headline University of Missouri-Saint Louis’s (UMSL) Mirthday Celebration tonight at the Touhill Performing Arts Center. Think of Mirthday as UMSL’s answer to our W.I.L.D.—an annual celebration of spring. Jay Sean, Jason Derulo and Fitz and the Tantrums headlined last year’s Mirthday, so it’s always a big deal. This year is no different.
Four days before University Athletic Association championships, the Washington University women’s tennis team used its final tune-up to gain some confidence heading into the big weekend.
The No. 2 Washington University men’s tennis team extended its winning streak to four with a 7-2 win over Division II University of Missouri-St. Louis on Wednesday, as the University Athletic Association tournament approaches. The Bears eked out two of three doubles matches against the Tartans before winning five of six singles matches in the road match.
For the first time (or maybe the second or third), I attended one of those extra-departmental lectures you see those little flyers for. I’m not talking those big, Graham Chapel talks either. This was a small talk. There was wine. Several bottles. If you want to get drunk, definitely attend some of these lectures. You […]
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