April 29, 2017

Sports

SAM DITTMAN / The Journal Archives Former tennis player Tomoya Homma prepares to volley on April 3, 2010, at the Webster Groves Tennis Center. The eight courts and pro shop at the WGTC will now be managed by Webster’s athletics department.
GALE WHITEHEAD / The Journal Webster senior forward Nick Jones drives by Washington University junior Dylan Richter. Jones struggled in the Jan.  12 game at Grant Gymnasium, going  one of eight from the field. However, Jones bounced back in the Jan. 15 game at Spalding University. He scored a game-high 15 points in helping the Gorloks to a 66-52 win.

Gorloks take down Bears for landmark win

Webster University’s men’s basketball team ended six years of futility against Washington University by defeating the Bears on Jan. 12, 61-58, at Grant Gymnasium. Webster’s cross-town rival had dominated the series by winning 17 of the 18 previous match-ups.

Spalding tops women’s basketball team, 71-59

The Webster University women’s basketball team traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, for a key St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) game against Spalding University on Jan. 15. The Gorloks could not find their rhythm or shooting touch in the 71-59 loss to the Golden Eagles.

KAITLYN DRAKE / The Journal Mike Hutchison poses outside of the Soccer Dome in Webster Groves as the Windsor High School women’s soccer team practices. Hutchison has coached the team for four seasons.

Women’s soccer wins late in OT thriller

[caption id="attachment_227" align="alignright" width="334" caption="Freshman midfielder Katie Aubuchon’s relentless and high energy play against Carroll University on Saturday, Sept. 25 at Soccer Park keeps the Gorloks in a close game.…