Washington U. Bears

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 29-2 - Conference: 13-1
11/15 vs. North Park Final W, 89-65
@ Colorado College
11/16 at Colorado College Final W, 82-64
11/22 at Augustana Final - OT W, 87-82
11/28 at Aurora Final - OT W, 97-89
@ Anderson, Ind.
11/29 at Anderson Final W, 70-68
12/5 vs. Hamilton Final W, 85-57
12/6 vs. Illinois Wesleyan Final W, 93-86
12/13 vs. Fontbonne Final W, 89-78
12/19 vs. Eureka Final W, 95-72
@ Elmhurst, Ill.
12/20 at Elmhurst Final L, 82-75
1/5 at Webster Final W, 68-55
1/10 at Chicago * • Final W, 74-62
1/16 vs. Case Western Reserve * • Final W, 87-77 BX
1/18 vs. Emory * • Final W, 79-58
1/23 at Rochester * • Final W, 73-42
1/25 at Carnegie Mellon * • Final W, 90-70
1/30 at Brandeis * • Final W, 80-75
2/1 at New York University * • Final W, 67-56
2/6 vs. New York University * • Final W, 73-55
2/8 vs. Brandeis * • Final W, 82-57
2/13 at Emory * • Final W, 71-68
2/15 at Case Western Reserve * • Final W, 71-63
2/20 vs. Carnegie Mellon * • Final W, 77-63
2/22 vs. Rochester * • Final L, 70-69
2/28 vs. Chicago * • Final W, 72-49
3/6 vs. Lawrence Final W, 67-65
@ Elmhurst, Ill.
3/7 at UW-Whitewater Final W, 73-70
@ Elmhurst College
3/13 at Wheaton (Ill.) Final W, 55-52
3/14 vs. St. Thomas Final W, 79-64
@ Wheaton College
3/20 at Guilford Final W, 77-58
@ Salem (Va.) Civic Center
3/21 at Richard Stockton Final W, 61-52
@ Salem Civic Center

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 29-2 - Conference: 13-1
1/10 at Chicago * • W, 74-62
1/16 vs. Case Western Reserve * • W, 87-77 BX
1/18 vs. Emory * • W, 79-58
1/23 at Rochester * • W, 73-42
1/25 at Carnegie Mellon * • W, 90-70
1/30 at Brandeis * • W, 80-75
2/1 at New York University * • W, 67-56
2/6 vs. New York University * • W, 73-55
2/8 vs. Brandeis * • W, 82-57
2/13 at Emory * • W, 71-68
2/15 at Case Western Reserve * • W, 71-63
2/20 vs. Carnegie Mellon * • W, 77-63
2/22 vs. Rochester * • L, 70-69
2/28 vs. Chicago * • W, 72-49

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/UAA/Men/2008-09/standings-div1 : /conf/UAA/Men/2008-09/standings-div2 : /conf/UAA/Men/2008-09/standings

2008-09

Washington U. 13-1 29-2
Brandeis 10-4 18-9
Carnegie Mellon 9-5 20-7
Rochester 7-7 16-9
Chicago 6-8 6-19
Case Western Reserve 5-9 8-17
New York University 4-10 17-11
Emory 2-12 7-18

Past Records

2017-18 (22-4, 13-1 UAA)
2016-17 (21-6, 12-2 UAA)
2015-16 (15-10, 7-7 UAA)
2014-15 (20-6, 9-5 UAA)
2013-14 (24-3, 14-0 UAA)
2012-13 (21-6, 10-4 UAA)
2011-12 (20-7, 11-3 UAA)
2010-11 (13-12, 7-7 UAA)
2009-10 (24-3, 13-1 UAA)
2008-09 (29-2, 13-1 UAA)
2007-08 (25-6, 10-4 UAA)
2006-07 (25-5, 11-3 UAA)

Team Info

Coach: Mark Edwards
Conference: UAA

Washington U.

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 6003
Location: St. Louis, MO
Colors: Red, Green
Region: Midwest
Arena: Field House (3000)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

May 1, 2018 Juckem hired at Washington U. Pat Juckem, who coached UW-Oshkosh to the Division III Final Four this past season, is moving to a program that has been to the final weekend more than a couple of times.
March 22, 2018 Hoopsville Season Finale The 2017-18 season is over. Champions have been crowned. But there is still one final Hoopsville. Join Dave McHugh and guests as we wrap up an incredible season, look ahead to a busy offseason, and dream of what the next season may be. You can watch Hoopsville On Demand (or listen to the podcast) here:
March 21, 2018 Mark Edwards announces his retirement Winner of 685 games over 37 seasons, Mark Edwards led his alma mater's men's basketball program from obscurity to two Division III national championships. He's announcing his retirement.
March 12, 2018 D3hoops.com 2017-18 men's All-Central Region team Wheaton scoring sensation Aston Francis is the Central Region Player of the Year while Jeff Gard is Coach of the Year for leading the worst-to-first revival at UW-Platteville and Wash U. sixth man Jack Nolan is Rookie of the Year.
February 28, 2018 2018 men's tournament preview Ryan Scott has taken you Around the Nation throughout the season and now he's ready to take you on to the Road to Salem, one last time. Our annual preview gets you ready for the 2018 NCAA Tournament with predictions on who will advance through each pod this weekend.