Chicago splits 2–2 at Illinois Wesleyan tournament over the weekend.
In doubles, Higgins and Hu take seventh after dropping first two matches
Talking with third-year Chrissy Hu about qualifying for the ITA, why she has fared so well in doubles, and how the Maroons like to celebrate their wins.
“Whether you are a beginner who just wants to learn what Ultimate is all about, or if you are a seasoned veteran looking for a way to keep playing the sport you love, the University of Chicago Women’s team would love to have you play with us.”
This is the statement that opens the women’s Frisbee web site. But for all its friendliness and informality, women’s Frisbee is an intense and dedicated sport.
With the coming of May, it’s playoff time.
A few weeks ago, baseball found itself 6–9, on the outside looking in. Since April 8, however, they’ve turned the tide, and their playoff hopes remain alive. The Maroons boast an 8–1 record since then, their only loss coming in a doubleheader against a 23–10 Wash U squad.
The six-game losing streak is over for softball, but a team that started the season 10–4 is still without a perfect day in over two weeks.
A third of the way through the season, men’s baseball is an even 5–5, though there is reason to believe the rest of the season might not be so average.