With the wins over Wheaton and Rose-Hulman, the Bears imrpoved to 7-0-1 on the year.
2019 was an eventful year for the Bears. Here’s a look at the top 10 Wash. U. sports stories of the year.
After falling behind early, the Washington University football team was unable to catch up with No. 5 Wheaton College on Saturday, losing the game 52-13 and falling to 4-2 on the season. The loss was their first since taking a week two drubbing from North Central College and cut short a three-game winning streak.
With two minutes left in double overtime, freshman Jolie Carl was in the goalie box with just the ball, the goalie and the net in front of her. With the game on the line, Carl did not have time to think as she tested No. 5 Wheaton College’s keeper, Lauren Ketchum, with a strong, low […]
Every time down the court during the second half of Saturday night’s Top 25 men’s basketball matchup, Wheaton College looked like it had taken the step that would put it ahead for good—a three-pointer, an and-one lay-in, a steal on the defensive end; each time, however, Washington University came right back and brought it back within reach.
For 450 minutes, the No. 9 Washington University men’s soccer team played defense more like the Chicago Bears than Division III Bears, stifling opponents and not allowing a goal as it rapidly climbed the national rankings. Then, in the span of two minutes, the shutout streak and the team’s undefeated season were finished. No.
A rally from an eight-run deficit marked the weekend for the Washington University baseball team, which swept Wheaton College and the University of Wisconsin-Platteville in a pair of doubleheaders at Kelly Field.
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