Shining on and off the field, Manquist cements his Chicago legacy.
CUBS: The Cubs had an even weekend, going 1–1 with a rainout in between. In a home series against interleague… Read more »
A year ago, Chicago seemed stuck in mediocrity. The South Siders, though, took a huge step forward, making Maroon history in the process.
In the outdoor season finale, all three athletes representing the Maroons made it to their respective championship finals. On Saturday,… Read more »
2014–2015 Men’s All-Maroon Teams First-Team Scott Mainquist (Football, Sr.) Nick Chua (Tennis, Fr.) Kyle Engel (Baseball, Sr.) Men’s 400 Freestyle… Read more »
It’s May 29, and not one team has been locked in for the Stanley Cup Finals. These final four teams… Read more »
Yesterday, the NCAA DIII National Outdoor Track and Field Championships kicked off in Canton, NY. The meet marks the final… Read more »
After smashing his way into the record books, fourth-year Kyle Engel concludes his stellar baseball career and prepares for the next chapter of his life.
Hockey guru Ruslan Shchetinin takes a look at the strengths of each of the four teams still in quest for the Stanley Cup.
After beating the defending champion Amherst College, the Maroons fell in two consecutive matches to bring their historic season to… Read more »
With a valiant effort, Chicago fends off defending champions Amherst College to advance to the DIII NCAA Tournament Semifinals.
Fourth-year Megan Tang and first-year Ariana Iranpour prepare to represent women’s tennis at the singles and doubles NCAA DIII Championships, individually and as a pair.
With just a week to go before the NCAA DIII National Championships, the men’s and women’s track and field squads competed among a field of talented athletes at North Central College in a last chance effort to qualify and hone their skills.
Senior editor, Sarah Langs, takes a look at the action-packed weekend in Chicago professional sports.
It’s deja vu for Chicago as the women’s tennis squad gets bounced by Carnegie Mellon in the third round of the DIII Tournament for the second straight year. The exit, however, doesn’t diminish their great year.
The men’s and women’s track and field squads head to Naperville in a last chance effort for individuals to earn qualifying marks for the NCAA DIII National Championship.
Finishing her career as one of the most decorated swimmers in Chicago history, Jennifer Hill looks back on how Maroon athletics shaped her college experience.
Professional sports guru Ruslan Shchetinin analyzes the NHL Eastern and Western final playoff match-ups.
Having already made history by making the Elite Eight in the NCAA DIII National Tournament, men’s tennis prepares for their match against Amherst College on Monday.
The Chicago baseball squad ended their regular season with three losses to Wash U this weekend. The losses bring the Maroons’ record to 18-20 on the season.
With two weeks to spare before the NCAA DIII National Championship, Chicago men’s and women’s track and field individuals seize last chance opportunities to qualify.
The Maroons capped off their season with a hard fought match at home on Saturday, a high-stakes match that would… Read more »
The men’s tennis squad defeated Coe and Gustavus Adolphus this weekend to earn the program’s first invitation to the DIII National Championship. Led by first-year Nick Chua, the squad will face Amherst in their first match.
Senior editor, Sarah Langs, recaps an action-packed weekend in Chicago professional sports.
The Men’s Tennis squad will travel north to UW–Whitewater to compete in the NCAA Regional Tournament. Recently named ITA Rookie of the Year, Nick Chua will lead the team against a slew of high quality opponents.
The Women’s Tennis team will begin it’s postseason play by hosting the NCAA Regionals Tournament. They have earned a buy in the first game and will play the winner of the Augustana (IL) vs. Edgewood match.
After edging the Edgewood Eagles by two runs on Monday, the baseball squad will head into its last regular season weekend with three games against the Wash U Bears.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams will send individuals to North Central to compete in the first of a series of last chance meets in hopes of making qualifying marks for NCAA Nationals.
Pro Sports guru Andrew VanWazer breaks down what goes into determining an NBA Most Valuable Player through a comparative analysis of the top three picks.
Ruslan Shchetinin takes a look at the top players to keep an eye on throughout the NHL playoffs.
Tabbetha Bohac was the loan returning fourth-year to the Softball team this year. Her legacy as a leader on and off the field sets the stage for future Maroons to come.
Senior editor, Sarah Langs, recaps an eventful weekend in Chicago professional sports
The men’s and women’s outdoor track and field season is nearing the end, as individuals look to last chance meets in the coming week in hopes of earning qualifying times and scores to make it to Nationals.
The Chicago baseball team went 3–1 over the weekend with two wins over IIT and one over Eureka. The wins bring their season record to 17–17.
New York Rangers vs Washington Capitals The New York Rangers and the Washington Capitals have met 3 out… Read more »
BASEBALL: After rattling North Park to score their fifth consecutive wins, Concordia cools Chicago’s bats.
The two biggest sporting events of this weekend are products of two not-so-big sports—speaking in terms of popularity, that is…. Read more »
Matt Staab etches his name into the Chicago history books as he concludes his four year career as a Maroon.
Against the odds, Eirene Kim has cemented her legacy as a true Maroon through her will, determination, and perseverance.
Softball: In two tight games, the South Siders pick up one win and are narrowly edged in the other.
Despite disappointing losses, Chicago is confident heading into the NCAA tournament selection show.
Halted by the UAA Champion Emory Eagles, the Maroons recover with clutch play to put down Carnegie and finish fourth the UAA tournament.
With a chance to improve to .500 on the line, the Maroons set out this past weekend to snag a pair of wins
From the Hawks to the Cubs to the Sox, take a tour around Chicago pro sports.
With high stakes, the South Siders prove their mettle as the women take first in the UAA Championships and the men finish third.
The ice is starting to get a bit warmer, and the race to the playoffs are even hotter!
The Maroons have turned things around as of late, but will it be enough to put them above .500?
The track squad heads into their conference championship meet this weekend. The team boasts several top contenders heading into the post-season.
The men’s tennis squad heads south to compete in the UAA Championship. Chicago will head into the post-season seeking revenge as their first opponent, Case Western, edged the Maroons 5–4 earlier this season.
After four exciting years on the gridiron, a fourth-year looks back on his experiences as a Maroon, community member, and human being