Statement On Sportmanship

“As NCAA Division III student-athletes we commit ourselves to sportsmanship by demonstrating respect toward ourselves and others. This includes demonstrating fair play, taking responsibility for our actions, and representing the best spirit of Division III intercollegiate athletics. We encourage our teammates, opponents, fans, coaches, and officials to help us in promoting this philosophy.” -- UAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

Washington University Clinches UAA Men's Basketball Outright Title With Win Over Carnegie Mellon

Washington University Clinches UAA Men's Basketball Outright Title With Win Over Carnegie Mellon

From Washington University Athletics

The No. 2-ranked Washington University in St. Louis men's basketball team celebrated Senior Day with an 86-71 win over Carnegie Mellon University Sunday at the WU Field House in St. Louis. 

Prior to the game, WashU honored its six senior members and one graduate transfer – seniors Matt Highsmith, Jake Knupp, Kevin Kucera, Andrew Sanders, David Schmelter, Sasha Sobolev) and graduate transfer Peter French. The Class of 2018 has helped guide the Bears to a 78-24 (.765) overall record with two NCAA Tournament appearances and the 2017 and 2018 UAA Championship.

WashU has won 14-straight games and is 22-2 and 13-0 in the University Athletic Association (UAA), while Carnegie Mellon dropped to 6-18 and 2-11 in the league.