While swim and dive are often mentioned in the same breath, the men’s and women’s diving teams head to UIC on their own to participate in the Diving Invitational. The Maroons also swept the UAA Divers of the Week last week.
The Windy City Invitational provides an opportunity for the men’s and women’s track and field squads to fine-tune their technique and carry their momentum into Chicagoland, a major meet.
Both of the men’s and women’s tennis teams are ranked, No. 6 and 15, respectively, and both will look to defend their position this weekend against solid opponents. The men’s squad will face on No. 10 Kenyon and No. 26 UW-Whitewater, while the women head to UW-Milwaukee for their second meet of the season.
The wrestling team churned out a solid performance at the Pete Willson Invitational this past weekend and they look to have that momentum fuel two meets this weekend. They will take on Augustana on Friday and Wheaton on Saturday.
With revenge on the mind, the men’s basketball team heads to Emory and Rochester to take on the two squads that ended their 13-game win streak.
After a successful weekend, the women’s basketball squad will look to carry their three-game win streak into February against formidable conference foes Emory and Rochester.
The Maroon men’s tennis squad continues to dominate, defeating Augustana 9–0. The wins bring Chicago to 17–1 in singles play this season and they remain undefeated.
The Chicago track and field teams took to UW–Whitewater this weekend in their third competition of the indoor season. The women posted huge performances and took first among fierce competition while the men struggled, placing ninth of a field of ten.
The women’s swimming and diving team came away with a dominant win over Olivet and Lake Forest this weekend, earning 99 more points than the second place team. The men’s side clinched second with the lone first-place finish coming from the 200-meter freestyle relay.
Second-year Devan Richter upset the No. 1 ranked wrestler in the 125lbs weight class to lead the Maroon wrestling team to victory in the Pete Wilson Invitational in Wheaton, IL.
The women’s basketball team took on a pair of conference opponents in Emory and No. 7 Rochester this weekend. With a balanced attack, the squad defeated Emory 79–73 on Friday and turned around to upset Rochester 58–56 on Sunday.
After coming into the weekend undefeated in conference play and riding a 13-game winning streak, the Chicago men’s basketball team dropped two consecutive games against Emory and Rochester.
The No. 6 Chicago men’s tennis squad heads to Cedar Rapids, IA to compete against No. 36 Coe and unranked Augustana in their second and third dual meet of the year. The Maroons are coming off a 6–1 win over Chicago State last weekend in their season opener.
After collecting 11 first-place finishes at the Illinois Wesleyan Tringular, the Chicago men’s and women’s track and field team will compete in the UW–Whitewater Warhawk Invite this weekend.
The Chicago swimming and diving teams will take on Lake Forest and No. 5 Olivet this weekend. The men’s team is currently ranked ninth while the women are ranked eighth.
The Chicago wrestling squad heads to Wheaton IL this weekend to compete in the Pete Wilson Invite. Last year the Maroons placed eighth at the competition with Paul Papoutsis leading the way.
The women’s basketball team will host Emory and Rochester in the fourth weekend of UAA play. Emory enters the competition with just one conference win while Rochester boasts a 5–0 record in UAA play.
The No. 11 men’s basketball team will look to extend its perfect record in conference play this weekend against Emory and Rochester.
For the second year in a row, the women’s basketball team utilizes the services of a scout team composed of three star football players.
Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams were victorious against Division I competition in their first dual meet matches of the season.
With eleven first place finishes in just their second meet of the indoor season, the Chicago track and field teams show major potential moving forward into the bulk of their seasons.
The men’s basketball team secured another two wins this weekend at home over NYU and Brandeis to remain undefeated in UAA play.
The women’s basketball squad split its first UAA weekend on its home court to bring its conference record to 2–3.
After coming out to a decisive lead, the wrestling squad lost steam and ended the day with a 37–12 loss in its dual-meet at Elmhurst.
Despite fatigue during the most difficult stretch of the season, both the men’s and women’s swim and dive teams secured victories against DePauw and Calvin.
Both the men’s and the women’s tennis squads open up spring season with national rankings, No. 6 and No. 15 respectively. They take on DI Chicago State this weekend.
After a full-scale demolition of the opposing teams in their first meet, the men’s and women’s track teams look to repeat the results of last weekend as they head to Illinois Wesleyan.
The men’s and women’s swim and dive squads look to bounce back after a defeat at the hands of D1 program UW-Milwaukee. Both teams head to Indiana to take on DePauw and Calvin.
The wrestling squad is experiencing some deja-vu; after a solid weekend at the Elmhurst Invitational, they head back to Elmhurst this weekend to take on the Bluejays.
A battle of ranked opponents will commence this Friday as the No. 12 men’s basketball team takes on No. 17 NYU. The Maroons will also face UAA opponent Brandeis on Sunday.
Friday’s Harry Potter Night brings No. 9 NYU to Ratner to face the women’s basketball squad. The Maroons look to continue their recent success and get two wins against UAA opponents this weekend.
Chicago’s track and field teams kicked off their indoor season by hosting the Phoenix Invitational this weekend.
The Maroon wrestling squad came away from their competition against Elmhurst
The Maroon swimming and diving teams took to their home pool to kick off winter quarter competition. The men’s squad ended the weekend… while the women….
The men’s basketball team came out of the weekend with another narrow win against Carnegie Mellon and
The women’s basketball team
The Phoenix Invitational will start this Saturday at 11:30 a.m. in Henry Crown Field House.
The men’s and women’s swim and dive squads will compete against the UW–Milwaukee Panthers this Saturday.
“The loss to Wash U was tough but I think we will bounce back from it for sure.”
“The Elmhurst tournament is always a good tournament filled with good competition for us.”
The women’s basketball squad was unable to defeat the Wash U Bears in St. Louis, starting their conference season 0–1. However, the squad looks forward to further conference play in Pittsburgh and Cleveland.
A close loss to Olivet Nazarene by the men’s swimming and diving squad prevented the sweep of Olivet and Lewis. The women’s team was able to complete their end of the beat-down and pushed their win-streak to five meets.
Although the weekend was not particularly kind to the wrestling team, as they went 1–2, the squad is hopeful for the future of the program and its young members.
The men’s basketball team continues their roll into UAA play as they take down WashU on the back of a last possession three-pointer. Chicago continues its 9-game win streak.
On the surface, fourth-year Jordan Smith has contributed much to the men’s basketball program in the form of baskets scored. However, the guard means much than just the points he puts up every night; Smith has fostered a culture of winning throughout his four years.
After a solid winter break full of training, the men’s and women’s swimming and diving squads host tri-meet against Lewis and Olivet Nazarene. The teams will look to continue their success from the Phoenix Fall Classic where both the men and women won their respective portion of the meet.
The wrestling squad is hopeful for the new year, especially after their competitive winter break in which they went 1–2 in the Chicago Duals. They look to take this confidence into the Lakeland Duals this weekend.
The men’s basketball team looks to ride their 8-game win streak into the first UAA game of the season against WashU.
After posting a record of 3–1 over the break, the women’s basketball team will take on rival Wash U in the first game of UAA play.