The WashU Brazilian jiu-jitsu club competed at the St. Louis Submission Challenge on Saturday, April 22 at the North County Recreation Complex. Qsik Kim finished with a gold, two silvers and a bronze while Josh Kim picked up two bronzes and Alex Dutton picked up a silver.
The WashU triathlon club competed at Collegiate Nationals on Saturday, April 22 in Tuscaloosa, Ala. WashU finished 45th out of 112 schools in the event. Scoring for the WashU men were Sen Fallon, Zach Teed, Nick Rafferty and Caleb Wolters while Lizzie Abbott, Connie Gan, Nicolette Laird and Kate Westenberg scored for the WashU women. Fallon was the top WashU male finisher while Abbott was the top female finisher.
The WashU women's ultimate club "WUWU" competed in the South Central Division I College Women's Regionals on Saturday and Sunday, May 6-7 in Austin, Texas. WUWU went 1-3 in pool play with a win over Arkansas (11-3) and losses to Colorado State (12-10), Kansas (13-3) and Texas (14-1). WashU defeated Texas Christian 12-8 and Kansas 12-9 in bracket play before falling to Colorado College 15-8 in the second-place semifinals. Click here for full results.
The WashU men's ultimate club "Contra" finished sixth in the South Central Division I College Men's Regionals on Saturday and Sunday, May 6-7 in Austin, Texas. Contra went 2-1 in opening pool play with wins over Saint Louis (15-7) and Colorado State (13-12) and a loss to Baylor (15-6), before topping Arkansas 15-11 in crossover play. Contra opened bracket play with a 15-8 loss to Texas A&M before rebounding with a 14-11 win over Texas State. WashU fell to Texas 13-10 in the third-place semifinals before falling to Texas Tech in the fifth-place match. Click here for full results.
The WashU women's water polo club competed in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Club National Championships Friday through Sunday, May 5-7, in Pittsburgh, Penn. WashU picked up wins over Columbia (7-2) and Utah (Forfeit) before falling to Ohio State 17-2.
Emma Milford, after achieving the highest score of her zone on the written test, was invited to compete in the final practicum phase of the Teresa L. McDonald IHSA Scholarship Challenge at IHSA Nationals in Lexington, Ky. She placed ninth in the nation for her knowledge of equine care based on the US Hunter Jumper Association guide.