Chicago will look to slow Simpson’s high paced attack to advance to Saturday’s second round.
With high hopes for the UAA tournament, the Maroons took home second place on the women’s side and third place for the men, both best-ever finishes at the conference championships.
First-place Wash U keeps winning, but so do the Maroons. Chicago kept pace this weekend, topping NYU and Brandeis in the final road games of the season.
Chicago got back on track this weekend, dominating both the visiting Eagles and Yellowjackets in the second half of the home-and-home series.
The Maroons bounced back from a lopsided loss at Emory on Friday, but the comeback Sunday fell one point short as Rochester prevailed 76–75.
Since scoring 34 points against Wash U, the Maroons have averaged over 36 points per half in four UAA games since, including two victories this weekend over Carnegie and Case.
Sitting at .500, the Maroons are looking to flex their muscles for two road wins at Carnegie and Case this weekend.
The men’s and women’s track teams lost their season openers at Oshkosh, where the men fell 109–48 and the women lost 82–60.
With six wins already, men’s basketball hopes to limit turnovers and shoot well for the full 40 minutes as the UAA schedule begins.
Women’s basketball makes second-half run, but can’t overcome early deficit.
Chicago beat St. Mary’s 76-34 on Saturday, and 64-57 in the title game.
Chicago opens home schedule tomorrow against St. Mary’s.
Wartburg scores on defensive lapse in 62nd minute, then bunkers down for 2–1 win.
Maroons play Aurora at home today in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Chicago wraps up NCAA berth with 3–0 win over Wash U; will host Aurora in NCAA match Friday.
Men’s and women’s soccer play the Bears tomorrow in their regular-season finales.
Men’s cross country finishes seventh and women finish sixth at conference meet.
Women’s soccer won 2–1 at NYU, then fell 2–0 to Brandeis in Boston
7–0 Case is led by QB Dan Whalen, one of DIII’s most efficient passers
Three Maroons score in convincing win.
Bontz, one of five Maroons to score, nets two goals in first 10 minutes.
Wiercinski gives 21 players minutes in 3–0 victory.
Rochester takes a surprising 3–1 over highly-ranked Maroons, but no such luck for Case
One goal is good enough as Maroons clamp down on Emory’s attack
A first-half penalty kick gave Emory the lead, but the Maroons scored twice after halftime for the win
Tartans get draw after scoring off a corner in the 87th minute
Carnegie finds the net three times in the first eleven minutes, but Maroons play them even after that
After a win over Wheaton, Chicago is undefeated in its last five games
Two track and field athletes capped their seasons by earning All-American honors at last weekend’s National Championship meet.
For a few select members of women’s track and field, the season ends this weekend in the best possible way: a trip to Nationals.
After a welcome respite from competition last weekend, the pressure is back on for Chicago’s track and field teams this weekend.
At the UAA Championships, the women’s track and field team narrowly fell short of their goal for the second time in two weeks.
Men’s track was so close to gold at the UAA Indoor Championships in March, they could smell it.
A couple of seconds here, a couple of inches there, and three points wound up separating the Maroons from the conference crown.
Despite the season having started only two weeks ago, the track and field teams are already feeling the pressure to produce peak performances with the UAA Championship meet looming on the horizon just one week away.