No. 24 WashU Returns Home for Eliot Night and Play4Kay Day

Photo by Danny Reise/WUSTL Photos
Photo by Danny Reise/WUSTL Photos

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• UP NEXT The No. 24-ranked WashU women's basketball team returns home for its final three games of the regular season. The three-game University Athletic Association (UAA) homestand begins with New York (13-8, 5-6 UAA) on Friday, Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. before the Bears host Brandeis on Sunday, Feb. 17 at 2 p.m.

ELIOT FAMILY NIGHT #REDOUT WashU men's and women's basketball encourage Eliot Family Night attendees, and all fans, to #REDOUT the Field House Friday vs. NYU. Join the Bears for games, giveaways, and special halftime recognitions, including WashU's men's water polo club team, which won its fifth-consecutive Collegiate Water Polo Association Division III Collegiate Club National Championship last fall. Fans will also have the chance to purchase official WashU athletics gear at our onsite store location beginning at 5 p.m.

PLAY4KAY #PINKOUT AND FACULTY APPRECIATION WashU men's and women's basketball will celebrate PLAY4KAY and Faculty Appreciation Day on Sunday vs. Brandeis. The Bears will have a pregame high-five tunnel, halftime events, and postgame autographs. WashU faculty members will be recognized for their contributions to the Scholar-Champion experience. Fans are encouraged to wear PINK!

HISTORY  WashU is 54-19 all-time vs. NYU, most recently beating the Violets 74-56 on Jan. 18 in New York. The Bears have a two-game win streak over Brandeis and an all-time mark of 57-4.

WINNING STREAK SNAPPED The Bears 10-game winning streak was snapped on the road against Emory last Friday. WashU attempted a late rally but the Eagles big third quarter proved too much to overcome as the Bears fell 75-66. The Red & Green borrowed a similar strategy against Rochester beating the Yellowjackets 61-53 after a 26-point third quarter fueled the win. Senior guard Rachael Sondag scored 13 of her 17 points in the third quarter, while senior forward Madeline Homoly posted a game-high 19 points and 10 rebounds for her seventh double-double of the year.

DISH IT REAL GOOD Senior guard Becca Clark-Callender has totaled 74 assists in UAA play this season which is 20 assists shy of tying the record for a single season in strictly conference play (Lindsey Tse, Emory - 94 in 2017-18).

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE According to strength of schedule calculations the Bears have the sixth most difficult schedule in DIII (.599). The formula incorporates two-thirds opponents' winning percentage (OWP) and one-third opponents' opponents' winning percentage (OOWP).