Sport Club Roundup — March 27, 2018

Sport Club Roundup — March 27, 2018

Figure Skating

The WashU figure skating club finished sixth overall at Skate on Wisconsin March 10-11 in Madison, Wisc. The finish helped WashU finishe the 2017-18 season ranked fourth out of 23 teams in the midwest region to qualify for a spot in the 2018 US Intercollegiate Figure Skating National Championships. 

Gold Dance
Stephanie Achoa, 4th
Lindsey Blacher, 5th
Nikki Metzger, 8th
Intermediate Dance
Naomi Ghebremichael, 3rd
Intermediate Free Skate
Kendall Spina, 4th
Juvenile Free Skate
Brittany Patrick, 1st
Kayla Steinberg, 8th
Astrid Maldonado, 9th
Pre-Juvenile Free Skate
Stephanie Achoa, 1st
Preliminary Dance
Kayla Steinberg, 1st
Brittany Patrick, 4th
Senior Short Program
Naomi Ghebremichael, 5th
Lindsey Blacher, 9th
High Team Maneuver
Low Team Maneuver


The WashU triathlon club finished fifth out of 14 teams in its conference and was the private university in Division III conference champions for the first time ever.


The WashU baseball club traveled to Milwaukee, Wisc., March 24-25 for a three-game sweep of Milwaukee School of Engineering. The Bears won by scores of 13-3, 13-4 and 10-4. Will Muir led the WashU offense, going 7-for-11 with 13 total bases. Jacob Weinstein, Pete Koulogeorge and Ryan Corona had strong performances on the mound.


The tennis club finished 24th iout of 48 teams at the 2018 USTA Tennis on Campus Spring National Invitational March 23-25 at thein Suprise, Ariz. The Bears opened the tournament by going 1-2 in pool play with a win over WUC Riverside (30-17) and close losses to Illinois (24-21) and Portland (24-22). WashU opened play in the Silver Bracket with a 28-19 loss to Stony Brook followed by a 20-10 loss to Grand Canyon and a 26-23 loss to Winona State. WashU finished two brackets better than last year and improved its overall placement by close to 10 spots. Most of the Bears' losses came by less than 4 games. On a team with only three women, Julia Veitinger stepped up and played both women's and mixed doubles in all but one match. Sydney Trevenen also played six grueling singles sets in the heat. Men's doubles, played primarily by Josh Schuftan and Henry Morris, was a strength for the Bears, going undefeated throughout all matches. Josh Schuftan captained the team.

Womens' Ultimate

The WashU women's ultimate club (WUWU), competed at the Centex tournament March 24-25 in Austin, Texas. WUWU's A squad "Iron Horse" had a solid weekend, finishing seventh overall in the tournament with wins over Iowa State, Northwestern and Georgia Tech.


The gymnastics club competed at Midwest Regionals March 24 in Madison, Wisc. 

Michael Shearer: 6.2 on bars, 7.4 on beam, 7.4 on floor, and 8.0 on vault (max score of 10)
Jordan Sligar: 7.2 on bars, 7.75 on floor, and 8.45 on vault (max score of 10)
Andrea Zuzarte: 7.1 on bars, 6.85 on beam, and 8.0 on floor (max score of 10)
Allison Weske: 12.1 on floor, 7.9 on rings, 11.3 on vault, and 7.0 on high bar (max score varies)


The WashU golf club competed in the Regional Tournament March 24-25 at the Far Oaks Golf Club in Caseyville, Ill. The Bears finished in fifth place led by Ilan Szulik, who shot a 77-79 and finished in sixth-place individually. 

Ilan Szulik: 77-79
Grey Davidson: 91-90
Ryan Simon: 95-94
Ethan Dan: 102-90 
Chris Sleckman: 84-DNS
Alex Van den Avont: 95-DNS
Alex Remmers: 124-DNS