Volleyball rides blistering offense to sweep No. 3 Wittenberg

With the Washington University volleyball team already up two sets to zero, sophomore Ifeoma Ufondu went up for a kill against Wittenberg University, only to have it stuffed by a pair of blockers at the net. Without missing a beat, she volleyed the ricochet over the net and into open court, behind the surprised Tigers defenders.

| Senior Sports Editor

Follmer wins 200th career match as Wash. U. wins two

An otherwise inconspicuous win on Saturday afternoon for the No. 14 Washington University men’s tennis team signified a landmark victory for its head coach. Roger Follmer picked up his 200th career win at Wash. U. as the team beat Division II No. 45 Rockhurst University 6-3 on Saturday before easily beating regional foe Wittenberg University 9-0 on Sunday.

| Sports Reporter

Bears football unable to contain No. 6 Wittenberg University in tough road loss

The Washington University football team took on the sixth-ranked team in the country on Saturday and paid for it. Wittenberg University (3-0) dominated the game early, scoring on their first five possessions to take a 31-0 lead into halftime en route to a 37-7 win.

| Sports Reporter

Offensive line shut down, crowd silenced in 46-0 rout

The air around Francis Field was heavy with disappointment Saturday afternoon as the Washington University football team suffered a major defeat at the hands of the Wittenberg University Tigers. With a final score of 46-0, it was evident that the Tigers were dominant on both the offensive and defensive fronts; the second quarter alone provided 36 of Wittenberg’s 46 points.

| Sports Reporter

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