Women’s Soccer

Bears blow past Fontbonne for 22nd time in a row

The Washington University women’s soccer team picked up another win against their neighbors, Fontbonne University, on Friday night, 2-0. The Bears have dominated this rivalry in the past and the present, now leading the series 22-0.

Heman Duplechan | Staff Reporter

WU women win against Wheaton on Wednesday

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 […]

| Senior Sports Editor

With two big wins women’s soccer secures Challenge Cup

The No. 10 Washington University women’s soccer team picked up two big wins against DePauw University and Rhodes College as part of the DePauw Challenge Cup.

Heman Duplechan | Staff Reporter

Women’s soccer bounces back after first regular season loss since 2017

The Washington University women’s soccer team suffered its first regular season defeat since October 2017, losing in double overtime, St. Thomas on Saturday. Still, the Red and Green bounced right back on Sunday with a 6-1 blowout of Transylvania and are now 3-1-1 on the young season.

Heman Duplechan | Staff Reporter

Busy opening weekend brings home mixed bag for WU

The fall sports season is already underway, from Minnesota to Francis Field and Forest Park. Here’s what you missed this week.

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The unbreakable defense, chapter two: Gabbie Cesarone

The scoring for the Washington University women’s soccer team’s 2019 season was kicked off by an unlikely source. In the Bears’ 3-0 win against Calvin University on Friday, a corner kick from sophomore Erin Flynn boggled around the box and found itself at the feet of sophomore center back Gabbie Cesarone.

| Senior Sports Editor

Greenfield and the unbreakable defense of women’s soccer

The defense of the 2018 Washington University women’s soccer team was impermeable. Across an entire season, the team allowed opponents to attempt just 70 shots. Only 27 of those shots allowed were on goal.

| Senior Sports Editor

Fashion on the field: A non-comprehensive ranking of WU sports jerseys

Good sports jerseys are not limited to the pros: our own Washington University Bears have a number of really choice uniforms. I would like to think that I have developed a pretty well-rounded opinion of the sartorial choices of the various Wash. U. teams over the course of my career as a sports reporter and editor, so briefly presented are four of my favorites.

| Staff Reporter

The top 10 Washington University sports moments of 2018

The Bears said goodbye and said hello; revisited the past and confronted the present; and experienced heartbreaking losses and thrilling victories. Without further ado, here are Student Life’s top 10 sports moments of 2018.

| Senior Sports Editor

Op-ed: Thank you from the women’s soccer family

At Wash. U., we have a campus community that makes the high achievements of a scholar-champion attainable.

Jim Conlon | Women's Soccer Coach

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