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A year after her season eneded early because of injuries, Emma Redding, ‘18, is second on the team in rebounding, grabbing just under six boards a game. Photo courtesy of W&L Sports Info.

Women’s basketball team sets sights on an ODAC championship

Despite dropping three of first four games, the women’s basketball team remains confident that an ODAC championship is in reach
Kenta Sayama
January 23, 2016
Ron Tassoni, ‘16, is only a few wins away from being W&L’s all-time winningest wrestler. Photo courtesy of W&L Sports Info.

New wrestlers, new attitudes

With 11 underclassmen on the roster, team has revamped atmosphere in locker room and is poised for big season
Kenta Sayama
November 16, 2015
Photo courtesy of W&L Sports Info.

Football dominates opponents, runs historic win streak to nine games

A brutal rushing attack, smothering, young defense propel Generals Football to the top of the ODAC
Kenta Sayama
November 9, 2015
Tricia Jessee, 17. Photo courtesy of W&L Sports Info.

General of the Week: Tricia Jessee

Tricia Jessee, ‘17, of the Women’s Soccer Team has been selected the General of the Week after leading her team with two goals in a 5-0 win against Randolph-Macon. She told the Phi about her season, and her hopes for the upcoming playoffs.
Kenta Sayama
November 2, 2015
Ben Bayles, 16. Photo by Kiki Spiezio, 17.

General of the Week: Ben Bayles

Ben Bayles, ‘16, a midfielder and one of the captains of the Washington and Lee men’s soccer team, has been named General of the Week after scoring two goals against Guilford College on Oct. 4. Bayles is the team’s top scorer with six goals in five games.
Kenta Sayama
October 12, 2015
After finishing second in the ODAC for the past two seasons, the team hopes to place first this year. Photo courtesy of W&L Sports Info.

Men’s golf looks to nationals

Men’s golf hopes deep roster will drive team to nationals this season
Kenta Sayama
October 5, 2015
Minks captain Mitchell Brister, ‘16, center, said that he hopes to see more of the student body present at the team’s home games. 
Photo courtesy of The Screaming Minks’ Facebook page.

The Screaming Minks: W&L’s best kept secret?

W&L’s club rugby team could be the unsung hero of the school’s sports scene. The Minks placed third nationally last year. This year, led by a seasoned senior class, they hope to take home the national title
Kenta Sayama
September 28, 2015
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