After picking up a couple of top finishes last weekend, the Maroons are poised for their last meet before NCAAs.
Head coach Dick Maloney announced his retirement after nearly 20 years in charge of the Maroons, effective June 30.
Thursday and Friday will be the penultimate chance for Maroons to tuneup for the NCAA National Championships.
Maroons enter conference tournament with fifth seed, leave with fifth place
No. 29 Chicago (12–4) will fight it out for the UAA title this weekend, starting with a quarter final match against Carnegie Mellon.
The rest from postponed games last week proved beneficial, seeing as Chicago dominated Wheaton (12–4), winning by a score of 7–2.
The Maroons will face Carthage tomorrow after their two midweek matches against UIC and Wheaton were called off due to the rain.
No. 29 Chicago (11–4) was simply outmatched against No. 14 Wash U (12–5) and No. 18 Gustavus Adolphus (18–9) on Saturday, falling by scores of 6–3 and 7–2, respectively.
This Saturday, the No. 29 Maroons (11–2) will take on a pair of solid teams: No. 14 Wash U (9–5) and No. 18 Gustavus Adolphus (16–8).
This past weekend, No. 30 Chicago (11–2) lost to No. 29 University of Wisconsin–Whitewater (10–11) by a score of 6–3, snapping the Maroons’ 10-match winning streak.
After returning home with a 4–0 record over spring break in Hilton Head, SC, the Maroons (11–1) get set to take on UW–Whitewater (7–11) and Carroll College (8–5) this Saturday.
After finishing second at the UAA Championship, the Maroons are looking to make their presence felt this weekend at the NCAA Midwest Regional (Great Lakes) tournament.
After upsetting No. 22 Wash U (20–5, 10–4 UAA) on January 5, when they were ranked fifth in the nation, Chicago (11–14, 10–4) fell to the Bears on Saturday, 72–54, in their final game of the season.
After pulling off an incredible upset against #22 Wash U (19–5, 9–4 UAA) on January 5—when the Bears were ranked #5 in the country—the Maroons (11–13, 5–8) get set to take on their rivals once more this Saturday.
The Maroons lost the battle of the boards against Brandeis on Friday in a 75–56 loss. But Chicago bounced back against NYU two days later, coming out on top 64–51 against the Violets.
With three games remaining, Chicago (10–12, 4–7 UAA) finds itself tied for fifth in the conference and out of postseason contention. However, the team’s motivation is still rock solid.
The Maroons came close in both of their games this past weekend: close to beating fourth-ranked Rochester, and close to finishing a comeback and taking the lead from Emory, who eventually pulled far away from Chicago.
Rochester (19–1, 8–1 UAA) and Emory (14–5, 6–3) visit Chicago (10–10, 4–5) on Friday and Sunday, respectively, each coming off wins.
The Maroons wrestled to a 15th place finish at the Wheaton College Pete Wilson Invitational over the weekend, placing two wrestlers in the top eight in their weight class.
After finishing third at the Elmhurst College Invitational two weeks ago, the Maroons (4–3) are looking to step up their game this weekend at the Wheaton College Invitational.
Continuing their solid performance this season, the Maroons (4–3) claimed three weight class winners and seized third place at the Elmhurst Invitational on Saturday.
Following a packed winter break and a 4–3 start to the season, the Maroons look to improve upon their record at the Elmhurst Invitational this Saturday.
Following a 2–1 start to the season, the Maroons (4–3) continued their solid wrestling over winter break, stopping at several locations along the way.
Although the Maroons (1–4) had been struggling offensively this season, they made major improvements shooting the ball on Saturday against no. 14 Illinois Wesleyan (4–2). However, Chicago couldn’t quite hold onto the rock as the home Titans pressured Chicago into a 67–57 loss.
Turnovers and a lack of offensive production continued to afflict the Maroons (1–2), as they fell to Carthage (3–1) on the road Sunday by a score of 68–46.
The Maroons’ wrestling team had an impressive showing at the Concordia Open Tournament on Saturday to round out the first portion of their season.
Between eating chocolate and saving a fellow rat, the furry rodents chose the latter.
Once again, a failure to execute doomed Chicago (4–6, 0–3), this time in their season finale against Wash U (5–5, 3–0). The undermanned Maroons struggled on Saturday, losing their third straight UAA game by a final of 23–7.
Untimely mistakes and missed opportunities plagued the Maroons (4–5, 0–2) once again on Saturday as they fell to Carnegie Mellon (6–3, 2–0) with a score of 31–14.
In front of a Homecoming crowd, the Maroons (4–4) struggled against Case Western (5–3), falling 28–15 on Saturday.
Coming off a solid 23–7 win over Hiram, the Maroons (4–3) look to keep their momentum going in their UAA opener against Case Western (4–3) this Saturday.
Chicago’s chances at victory against Wittenberg dwindled after a slow start, but the Maroons still fought hard in a 41–17 loss.