Westminster

Baseball stays hot as softball bounces back

The baseball team is off to one of its best starts in years, while softball won two games after a tough weekend.

and | Associate Editor and Senior Sports Editor

With Halloween in sight, Westminster gives WU volleyball a fright

It was supposed to be an easy tune-up game before conference tournament play, but when the Blue Jays stole the first two sets, the streaking Bears, who had just swept No. 3 Wittenberg University, were forced to the ropes. As if waiting for the added drama, the Red and Green responded, hitting .393 as a team in the final three sets, taking three and four with force en route to the victory 18-25, 24-26, 25-9, 25-8, 15-11 victory.

| Senior Sports Editor

Behind intact pitching, softball sweeps opening weekend in dominant fashion

Every year senior ace Annie Pitkin has been on the Washington University softball pitching staff, she’s improved. As a freshman, she put together a 3.28 ERA in 111 innings. As a sophomore, it was 1.96 in 167.2. In her junior and most recent season, she twirled a 1.62 ERA in 169.0. It is not clear where her ceiling may be in her final season, but she is also excited about seeing the same development in the rest of the Bears pitching staff.

| Senior Sports Editor

Sheredy, Dupont eclipse 1,000 kills as volleyball downs Westminster

For two careers that have paralleled each other in so many ways, it seems fitting that junior outside hitter Rexi Sheredy and junior middle hitter Caroline Dupont would notch their greatest milestone to date in the same game.

| Senior Sports Editor

Men’s tennis dominates on senior day, women lose on the road

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.

| Senior Sports Editor

Football puts it all together in blowout win over Westminster

Washington University football rolled back to an even record Saturday night in front of a crowd of 2,128, who weathered the cold, rain and wind to see a 36-6 victory over Westminster College.

| Sports Reporter

Bears face Westminster in opening round of postseason

The “Bracket of Death” is no more. One year removed from the infamous NCAA tournament bracket placement, the No. 1 Washington University men’s basketball team is looking for a much less strenuous road to Salem, Va.

| Sports Editor

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