The Washington University women’s soccer team broke its four-game losing streak at home on Thursday night when it defeated Principia College 4-0.
The challenging Annbriar Golf Course plagued many golfers Sunday at the Midwest Shootout.
The Washington University women’s golf team notched its third consecutive second-place finish this weekend at the Illinois Wesleyan Fall Classic at Ironwood Golf Course in Normal, Ill.
The Washington University (1-1) football team is hoping for a huge upset on Saturday when it travels to Springfield, Ohio, to play against the Wittenberg University Tigers, currently ranked sixth in the country.
Ric Lessmann, head coach of the Washington University in St. Louis baseball team, announced his retirement due to health concerns on Tuesday, May 25, closing a 46-year coaching career and 17 seasons at Washington University. Lessmann, the winningest coach in Wash. U. baseball history with an overall record of 396-231-1, has cited health concerns as […]
In its biggest tournament of the spring season to date, the No. 14 Washington University women’s tennis team came up strong at the Midwest Invitational in Madison, Wis., on April 2-3.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — After a third appearance in the championship game in four years, Jaimie McFarlin and the veteran Washington University women’s basketball team would not be denied. “Even when I was shooting those last free throws, I was thinking [that] it’s still not over.”
The No. 6 Washington University women’s basketball team has some unfinished business after punching its ticket to the national championship game at 2 p.m. on Saturday with an 86-75 overtime victory over No. 1 Amherst College. The Bears face No. 4 Hope College for the national title. It was a game with three different stories.
“Revenge is sweet.” The words of senior, co-captain Zoë Unruh resonated throughout the Washington University Field House after the No. 6 Washington University women’s basketball team defeated the defending NCAA Division III champion George Fox University 59-52. With the win, the Bears earned a trip to the semi-finals of the NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball tournament. The No. 5 Bruins defeated the No.
The No. 14 Washington University women’s tennis team had three decisive victories in spring break matches in Hilton Head, S.C. and Savannah Ga. but dropped one match to Division II foe Armstrong Atlantic.
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