The WashU women’s soccer team finished a remarkable season Dec. 2, losing the NCAA Division III national championship game 1-0 to California Lutheran University.
For the 18th time in program history, the Washington University women’s soccer team returns to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III Championship tournament, this time facing Calvin University at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 17, at Francis Olympic Field. Head Coach Jim Conlon said this squad is unlike any he has coached before.
Bradley Hamilton and Kenneth Hamilton grew up in the St. Louis area. Today, the brothers share a love for the city, WashU Bears football and a desire to give back.
A deep neural network model proposed by a faculty member at the McKelvey School of Engineering has been shown to boost the effectiveness of average and below average major league pitchers.
Coming off of a historic 2022-23 season, the Washington University in St. Louis women’s track and field team was awarded the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association’s Program of the Year.
Washington University in St. Louis women’s track and field team runner Emma Kelley won the 800-meter national title May 27 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Rochester, N.Y.
Washington University in St. Louis basketball player Charlie Jacob was the inaugural recipient of the Justin Hardy Courage Award, established to honor the legacy of basketball forward Justin Hardy, who died last year after his battle with stomach cancer.
Having its most successful year ever, WashU Club Gymnastics boasts 50 members — 30 competitive members who are currently training for the National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs National meet this month in Memphis, Tenn., and another 20 recreational members who attend practices on a drop-in basis. Athletes represent a range of ages and experience levels.
Washington University in St. Louis’ women track and field athletes won two national titles at the 2023 NCAA Division III Indoor National Championship March 10-11 in Birmingham, Ala.
St. Louis City SC will stand out in Major League Soccer for its gameday experience, top-of-the-line technology and commitment to sustainability, says Olin Business School sports economist Patrick Rishe. But how much of an impact will the new team have on downtown St. Louis and the economy?