After coming back from a 15-point deficit, the Bears were able to defeat University of Wisconsin-Whitewater this past Friday. After finding themselves down against University of Wisconsin-Platteville on Saturday, Wash. U. was unable to secure another comeback.
After three games without scoring, the Washington University men’s soccer team scored on Sunday, but the goal was not enough and the Bears lost to the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 2-1, falling to 6-6-1 on the year.
Just days after securing the third seed in the University Athletic Association, the Washington University volleyball team kept winning on Friday night at the Holiday Inn Express Classic III, beating the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and Augustana College.
In the second and third games of a five-game, season-opening road trip, the Washington University men’s basketball team defeated the University of Wisconsin-Eau-Claire on Friday, 62-57, but suffered its first loss to the University of Wisconsin-Platteville on Saturday, 64-49. The team now stands at 2-1 on the season.
It’s been 14 years since the Washington University women’s volleyball team won back-to-back national championships. Coming home for the finals, the Bears have a chance to bring that streak to an end.
Despite seven new faces and three missing ones from last season’s national champion Washington University women’s volleyball team, the results on the court through one week hardly looked different from those of teams of years past.
By Monday, pending clear weather, the Washington University baseball team will have played 10 games in only six days. Senior Nick Vom Brack led the way to victory in two of those 10 games, against Millikin University on Wednesday, with a pair of two-run home runs. “Situationally, I haven’t been hitting as well as I would’ve liked to,” Vom Brack said.
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