In memory of recent graduate and basketball star Justin Hardy, an anonymous donor has made a pledge of $500,000 to endow the Justin Hardy Courage Fund at Washington University in St. Louis. To encourage support for the fund, the donor has committed another $500,000 to match tribute gifts made by others.
A new mural honors some of the university’s athletes and a program that lets students shine both on the field and off.
For the first time in program history, the Washington University in St. Louis men’s track and field team won a team national championship March 12 in Winston-Salem, N.C.
The Washington University men’s and women’s track and field teams both won the University Athletic Association Indoor Championship Feb. 27 in Cleveland.
Fans of Bears men’s basketball are encouraging more people to join them at the Field House to cheer on the team. The play is exciting and the players — including Justin Hardy, who is fighting Stage 4 stomach cancer — are inspiring. The Bears close the regular season Saturday, Feb. 26.
Kendall Gretsch, a 2014 graduate of the McKelvey School of Engineering in biomedical engineering is on her way to becoming a summer — and winter — Paralympic legend.
Gabbie Cesarone, a December Arts & Sciences graduate, was named the 2021 D3soccer.com Defender of the Year and also received a First Team All-America nod.
After an unprecedented hiatus due to COVID-19, fall sports have returned to the Danforth Campus. Here’s how it felt to finally compete — or coach — in a Bears uniform.
Alumna and future physician Eka Jose has been named a top nine finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year, an elite honor for athletes who have demonstrated excellence in academics, athletics, service and leadership.
For the first time since the pandemic began, in spring of 2020, all of Washington University’s varsity athletic teams are returning to competition. In this video, we celebrate all of our scholar-champions as they prepare to start the 2021-22 season.