Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Softball player travels 4,420 miles, finds home away from home

German Anna Muecke has not seen her family in almost two years but her softball teammates have helped her create a new one at...

Faculty, students give input on chess program’s past, future

Webster Professor Jim Brasfield said his concern exists about the long-term and strategic vision of the chess team.

SPICE players help bring home Olympiad gold

For the first time since 1976, the U.S. Chess team won a gold medal at the Olympiad. Two SPICE chess players helped lead the charge to victory.

The Journal’s 2013-14 Webster Athletic Awards

For the fourth year in a row, The Journal continues its tradition of extending the End of the Year Athletic Awards to athletes who have excelled this year in their respective sports. Find out who won our top honors.

Gorloks women’s soccer leave Illinois College feeling blue

Gorloks remain undefeated on the backs of two players scoring their first goals of the season to beat Illinois College.

The Sporting Insider: ‘A Final Farewell’

In his final "Sporting Insider" column, Josh Sellmeyer reflects on the people he has met and the moments he has experience during career as a Journal member and student athlete.

The Sporting Insider: “Let The Games Begin”

There are great expectations this year for Webster University athletics. The quest for conference titles and avenging postseason losses begins with the fall sports season. Copy Chief & Layout Editor Josh Sellmeyer gives his thoughts on what this season can mean for the Gorloks of all sports.
Megan Willett Webster women's basketball

Webster tips Spalding, stays in post-season hunt

What a difference a day can make. After suffering a tough loss to Blackburn College two days earlier, the Webster University women’s basketball team, aided by coach Jordan Olufson, got back on the right track.

Webster vs. MacMurray conference opener slideshow

Webster University began conference play against MacMurray College. The Gorloks spilt the series losing game one and winning game two.

Women’s basketball defeats Blackburn, 71-66

Women's team moves within two games of .500, earns sixth conference win.

2013 College World Series Team Overviews

Webster baseball will make its second straight trip to Appleton, but what about the other seven teams in the World Series field vying for a championship? Find out more about the teams the Gorloks will compete against in Appleton.

VIDEO: Women’s soccer falls 2-1 to Principia in battle of first-place teams

Principia College got the best of the Webster women's soccer team in their Oct. 22 matchup. The Panthers have now defeated the Gorloks in three straight contests.

Cross-country runner takes gap semester to save eligibility

Nathan Freyling can't go to his coaches after he had a bad workout or run. He must run alone. It's all in order to...

SGA President turns focus to making impact in sports

Since becoming President of the Student Government Association (SGA) senior Vladimir Radojkovic said one of his first accomplishments that he is most proud of...

Ricardo Falla demonstrates passion for polo

Webster University graduate student Ricardo Falla plays the sport of polo, which has a surprisingly rich tradition in St. Louis.

Webster men and women’s basketball teams prepare for the new season

Webster University Basketball tips-off starting in November. Both teams are retuning more than half of their starting rosters, and they will look to build on last season's successes and failures.

Farewell to seniors

This season’s team was composed of  10 seniors, which was the most seniors on a Webster men’s basketball team in a single season. Chris...