The men’s basketball team went to Washington state to take on Pacific Lutheran and Puget Sound and was able to come away with two solid wins. The squad next plays on Wednesday at Wheaton.
Both the men’s and women’s swim and dive teams took gold at home to kick off the season.
The men’s basketball team looks to improve upon its 1–1 performance this past weekend, as they prepare to spend the holiday in Seattle.
The women’s basketball team improved to 3–0 this weekend with two home wins in the Chicago Classic.
Outside-hitter Jasmine Mobley reflects on her Chicago career: volleyball, economics, and everything in between.
The wrestling squad sent half of their team to the Millikin Duals and half to the Concordia Open. While there was individual glory for Chicago at Concordia, the Millikin Duals left the Maroons 1–2.
Both the women’s and men’s cross country teams wrapped up their seasons at the NCAA Division III National Championship. The women placed 18th while the men slid into 31st.
Although divided, the wrestling unit will look to stay strong and deliver wins at both the Concordia Open in Mequon, WI and the Millikin Duals in Decatur, IL.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are feeling well-rested and prepared heading into home meet against nine competitors this weekend.
No strangers to the post-season, members of the cross country squad will head to Oshkosh, WI for the NCAA Division III Championship.
After evening out their record at 1–1, men’s basketball will use their gained momentum to face No. 7 Mount Union on Saturday.
The 1–0 women’s basketball team will take on a couple of tough opponents in a Round Robin-style tournament this weekend.
Maroon football ended its season with a disappointing loss to Wash U this weekend in St. Louis.
The volleyball squad’s season came to an end with a loss in the first round of the NCAA DIII Tournament this weekend, concluding the careers of fourth-years Loe, Mobley, and Graves.
After two grueling overtimes and penalty kicks, the men’s soccer team was defeated by top-ranked Kenyon College in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Led by standout underclassmen, Chicago wrestling kicked off its season this weekend with a third place finish of nine teams.
After securing a victory in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday, a struggling Maroon offense fell in the second round on Sunday to bring the women’s soccer season to an end.
The men’s and women’s cross country squads placed seventh and third, respectively at the NCAA Midwest Regional to set the stage for the national meet.
The men’s basketball team fell in their season opener to across-town foe, North Park, to start the season 0–1.
Chicago women’s basketball dominated on the defensive end of the floor, leading the squad to a victory in its home opener to start the season 1–0.
In their second match of the season, the Chicago wrestling team will travel to Angola IN. to compete in the Trine Invitational on Saturday. The Maroons will look to bounce back from just barely dropping their season opener last week.
The men’s and women’s cross country squads, who both recently placed third at the UAA Championships, head to Midwest Regionals to continue post-season competition this weekend.
The women’s basketball team kicks off their season Saturday when they host Lake Forest at home. The young Maroons are looking to mimic their UAA championship season from last year.
The Chicago football squad, anchored by 14 graduating fourth-years, heads to St. Louis this weekend to compete against UAA rival Wash U in the last game of the season.
The women’s swimming and diving team continued their hot start, beating conference foe WashU by 40 points. Although the men’s squad also started the season strong, they fell to WashU 108–101.
The wrestling team opened its season with a loss, but young talent holds the promise for improvement.
The weekend after a 31–0 drubbing of Sewanee, the football team was paid back in the form of a 52–7 beatdown at the hands of Carnegie Mellon. Both sides of the ball were difficult for the Maroons as they couldn’t stop the Tartans run game or put the ball in the end zone.
Both the men’s and women’s cross country teams sent a total of six runners to the North Central Open. The top finishers for the squad were both first-years and both placed 9th in a field of 42 men and 84 women.
Although the volleyball team dropped two matches this weekend after winning their first game of the UAA tournament against No. 21 Carnegie Mellon, they will continue on to the NCAA tournament by receiving an at-large bid.
The Maroons’ campaign will continue with a playoff match against Thomas Moore this Saturday.
The women’s soccer team lost conference rivalry game against WashU by a score of 2–0, but were still selected by the NCAA Committee to compete in the post-season tournament. Although the fourth-years didn’t win their last home game, they will get the chance to continue their careers against Sewanee.
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While the volleyball team started out strong this weekend demolishing Hiram, they lost two hotly-contested against No. 14 Carthage and De Pauw.
The football team honored their 14 fourth-years not only with a ceremony, but with a 31–0 beat-down of SAA conference opponents.
The men’s and women’s cross county teams both placed third at the UAA championships this weekend. Second-year Khia Kurtenbach came in second overall to lead the women while fourth-year Michael Frasco lead the Chicago men by coming in fourth.
The women’s soccer team fell to Carnegie Mellon 4–1, ending the squad’s chances of winning the UAA title. The loss followed a 2–0 win over Case Western on Friday in which second-year Kelsey Moore earned both goals for the Maroons.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving squads traveled across town to Wheaton to compete in the second meet of the season. The women walked away with a 122–83 victory while the men also won handily with a score of 117–86.
After defeating Case Western 1–0 in overtime on Friday, the men’s soccer squad was knocked on its heels Sunday when Carnegie earned a goal in the ninth minutes of play. Chicago was unable to convert the rest of the match, bringing their record to 10–5–2.
After several successful meets, the men’s and women’s cross country teams have high hopes for the UAA Championship this weekend.
Both the men’s and women’s swim and dive teams will head to Wheaton for their second meet of the season. Although Wheaton is untested so far this season, expectations are high for the Maroons.
In the wake of last weekend’s sweep, Chicago volleyball looks to continue its dominant streak at the IWU Classic, the last tournament before heading to the UAA Championships.
The men’s soccer team will face Carnegie Mellon and Case Western this weekend in hopes of climbing the ranks of the extremely competitive UAA.
After decisive victories against three ranked opponents, the women’s soccer team will tackle conference foes Case Western and No. 3 Carnegie Mellon this weekend. Two wins could boost the squad into first place of the UAA.