From football to soccer and cross country, athletes and coaches have never been more excited to step back onto the field and compete with some modicum of normalcy.
One of two seniors on the team, Knapp was third in the UAA in assists per set last year. She would likely have surpassed 3,000 career assists this year, vaulting herself even further into the University’s top 10.
The Bears Volleyball faced Claremont-Mudd-Scripps earlier this year and lost a close, hard-fought match. Their match this past weekend reflected the first one on Sept. 13.
The playoff fate of the Washington University volleyball team now rests with the NCAA tournament selection committee. After sweeping Case Western Reserve University in the first round of the University Athletic Association tournament, the Bears could not beat No. 1 Emory University on Friday afternoon to advance to the UAA title match and vie for an automatic bid to the tournament.
The Washington University volleyball team’s nine-game winning streak came to an end this Saturday as the No. 24 Bears fell to Millikin University in straight sets, 3-0. The Bears had beaten Centre College earlier in the day, 3-1, but could not finish against the Big Blue.
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.
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A first-set loss in the second match of Sunday afternoon’s double-header did not deter the Washington University volleyball team. The Bears stormed back against No. 15 Carnegie Mellon University to collect their second four-set victory of the day, adding to an earlier win over Brandeis University and improving to 18-6 on the season.
As Washington University students fanned out across the country in search of an autumn reprieve or lounged in an eerily empty campus, athletes kept at their game, playing anywhere from Arkansas to Francis Olympic Stadium to Atlanta. Here’s what you missed:
It was a full weekend for Washington University athletics. From conference competition to regional competitions, the Bears were active both at home and around the country.
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