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
There is only one team that can win the Larry O’Brien Trophy. Here, pro sports guru, Andrew VanWazer, gives an overview of what has happened so far in the playoffs and predicts who will make it out of the first round of the Eastern Conference.
A trio of Maroons make their way to the Conference Championships to try and bring home some serious hardware
The Maroon softball squad snapped their three-game losing streak by dominating cross-town opponent North Park by scores of 10–3 and 11–3, respectively.
Senior editor, Sarah Langs, takes a look at the upcoming week in Chicago professional sports.
With a chance to measure their strength against top teams, the Chicago track and field squad posted solid performances at the Wheaton Invitational.
A standout on the women’s soccer team, midfielder and top student, Sara Kwan, will be missed on and off the turf
After getting bounced from regionals last year by UW-Whitewater, the Chicago softball squad falls short of getting revenge.
On an emotional day, the Chicago women’s tennis seniors finish their final home showing victorious against Wheaton.
The Chicago baseball team defeated Wash U once, dropping two games against their conference rivals over the weekend.
With just a week remaining until the UAA conference championship, the Maroons will compete in the Wheaton Twilight meet tomorrow… Read more »
The Maroons split the doubleheader against No. 8 Illinois Wesleyan, pushing their overall record to 11-13.
With UAA Championships looming, the South Siders will try to close out their season with a win against Gustavus Adolphus.
There is only one team that can win the Larry O’Brien Trophy. Here, Andrew VanWazer predicts who will make it out of the first round of the Western Conference.
The Chicago tennis squad looks to finish off the regular season with a home win ahead of the UAA Championships.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are here, and the Maroon has readied an in-depth preview to kick things off for all of you at home
The Chicago baseball squad takes both games of the home doubleheader to improve to 8-13.
After narrowly losing to No. 13 Wash U 5-4, the men’s tennis team bounced back with two wins to finish the weekend 2-1.
The Chicago softball team lost two games to No. 10 North Central and picked up an extra inning win over Case Western to go 1-3 on the weekend.
The men’s athlete association, the Order of the C, partnered with the Ray Elementary school to bring free after school sports training program to young students.
After barely losing their first game to Rockford 5-4 in extra innings, the baseball squad could not contend with Rockford’s momentum and was crushed in the second game of the doubleheader to go 0-2 on the weekend.
With their final conference meet just around the corner, the Maroon track and field squad had a strong showing at Chicagoland Championships with two competitors winning their respective events.
Chicago baseball squad wins two straight and four of its last six.
Maroon women’s tennis team will try to build momentum in its final three away matches ahead of the UAA Championship.
Professional sports guru, Andrew VanWazer, breaks down this week in sports.
The Chicago softball team is optimistic in spite of 5-3, 11-3 losses to Hope.
Maroon tennis squad prepares for consecutive matches against ranked opponents.
Chicago track and field squad prepares for the Chicagoland Championships ahead of the UAA outdoor Championships at Emory.
In a prelude to the McDonald’s All-American game at the United Center, the Ratner gymnasium was home to the dunking, three-point and skill competition among the men’s and women’s McDonald’s All-Americans.
The women’s softball team went 1–3 against Lawrence and Lake Forest over the weekend to bring their overall record to 9–7.
Men’s and women’s track and field both came out on top at the Ted Haydon Invitational in their only home meet of the quarter
The women’s tennis team went 2–1 this weekend, defeating No. 22 Hope and No. 23 Case Western, falling only to No. 11 Wash U
After impressive indoor season, the Maroons have their sights set on a National Championship as they brave the elements for the outdoor season.
Maroons struggle to find footing as they drop first three matches of the outdoor season.
Escaping the cold weather of Chicago, the Maroons made the trek down to Florida to commence their season in the Sunshine State.
Maroons cap off impressive season with a host of All-Americans and a National Championship in the men’s relay.
Maroons miss out on chance to knock off the No. 4 team in the country in strong start to season.
Despite some standout performances, Maroons struggle in opening week of season.
While the women’s basketball team’s season did not end as they had hoped, the team has much to be proud of. The Maroons’ successful run mirrors that of the 2011-12 season. Senior editor, Sarah Langs delves further into the comparison between the two seasons.
The women’s tennis squad fell to No.17 DePauw in their second match up in two weeks.
Several wrestlers had standout performances at 2015 NCAA DIII Midwest Regional.
The No. 17 men’s tennis team defeated No. 26 DePauw to kick off their stretch of ranked opponents. The Maroons came away with a 7-2 victory.
The Chicago squash team trekked to Connecticut last weekend to compete in the Nationals tournament at Trinity College.
The No. 17 men’s tennis team will face off against No.26 DePauw Saturday in their lone match of the weekend.
The men’s and women’s track and field team will head to Stevens Point and Carthage this weekend in hopes of earning qualifying marks for NCAA Nationals.