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Basketball sophomore Jessica Brooks on a double-overtime win over Chicago, her gameday playlist and her TikTok feed

Brooks scored 32 points in the Bears’ double-overtime win over U Chicago earlier this month.

| Senior Sports Editor

Victory! No. 3 Men’s soccer claims its first UAA title since 2012 in win against No. 10 Chicago

The Bears will face the University of Wisconsin-Superior in the first round of the playoffs Saturday.

| Staff Reporter

Women’s soccer ends regular season with draw against No. 16 Chicago, will face Beloit at home in first round Saturday

Head coach Stephanie Gabbert said the team will need to get better at finishing on its opportunities going into the tournament.

| Staff Reporter

Where the WashU teams stand with playoffs on the horizon

Women’s soccer has already won the UAA, while the men will seek to do so against Chicago on Saturday.

| 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

Exploding Kittens and coffee: One receiver’s strong start with the Bears

Before the Washington University football team’s dominant 41-7 victory over North Park Saturday, sophomore Collin Hoyhtya had only played one game for the Bears, but it was a phenomenal start to his career.

| Senior Sports Editor

Volleyball holds own in California ahead of first UAA round robin

In their three matchups, the Bears, who broke into the top 25 nationally earlier this week at No. 18, went 2-1 to bring their record to 6-2 on the season. 

| Senior Sports Editor

Lessons from football’s season-opening loss to Chicago

WashU’s 31-21 loss to its nemesis leaves the Founders Cup officially in Chicago, a disheartening conclusion to a decades-long rivalry. 

| Senior Sports Editor

‘Building from the ground up’: Football prepares to start the Keen era

“There are going to be some fun games to watch this year,” graduate student JT Streepy said.

| Senior Sports Editor

Softball sweeps Chicago, drops two to Franklin College in mixed bag of games

The Bears demonstrated both the best and the worst of its offense this weekend as the team won two and dropped two to remain even at 9-9 on the year.

| Senior Sports Editor

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