Chicago men’s soccer beat Rochester on Friday and tied Case on Sunday.
Chicago football was defeated by Bethel this weekend, 52–21.
Chicago volleyball defeated Rochester and lost to Emory, Wash U, and Case Western in UAA Round Robin #2.
Chicago men’s and women’s cross country places 9th and 14th, respectively.
This weekend, volleyball (19–8) hosts the second UAA Round Robin, hoping to bounce back from a mediocre performance last week at the Tiffany Robinson Memorial.
The undefeated football team faces its greatest challenge yet in No. 11 Bethel University.
Women’s soccer faces doubleheader on the road to continue conference play.
This weekend, men’s soccer takes to the road with a full slate of conference games against Rochester and Case Western.
The men’s and women’s cross country teams head to UW-Oshkosh for their final competition before UAA Championships.
Chicago women’s tennis takes third place at ITA Nationals in South Carolina
Chicago men’s tennis cruises to individual national title and doubles fourth place
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Maroons women’s soccer beats Emory on their own turf in “Hotlanta”
Chicago cross country candidly cruises to conquests over competitors as men finish third, and women take fourth
Chicago volleyball split matches at North Central
Chicago football brought home a 14-7 victory from Trinity in Texas.
Chua, Sabada, and Liu all won some matches at the ITA Championships toward the end of this week.
Coming off a double OT tie in its first UAA contest, Chicago men’s soccer travels south to take on Emory this weekend.
Chicago men’s and women’s cross country have been on fire and will continue to compete at a high level this weekend at the Lucian Rose Invite.
Chicago football takes its undefeated record to Texas to battle Trinity University.
Chicago volleyball plays two games tonight after winning a tournament last weekend.
Chicago women’s soccer heads to Atlanta to take on Emory this weekend.
Fourth-year Megan Tang and first-year Ariana Iranpour represent Chicago well at the ITA Championships.
Football holds onto undefeated record with late game comeback.
Volleyball improves to 17-7 with three wins in Atlanta.
Women’s soccer drops to 9–2 after tough conference defeat.
Men’s soccer’s first conference game against the Carnegie Mellon ended in a double overtime 0-0 tie.
Meghan Derken is a fourth-year soccer player from Madison, CT. We chatted with her to get some insider info on the life of a Maroon athlete.
Chicago men’s soccer is 6-4 heading into stronger UAA play.
Chicago cross country had some quality performances in Rock Island, Ill. at Augustana.
Maroon women’s soccer has impressively started 9-1 but find heightened expectations as it enters conference play.
After starting 3-0, Chicago football will defend its home turf against Rhodes this weekend.
Multiple Maroons men’s tennis players came out victorious at the ITA Championships.
Chicago volleyball hosted the Gargoyle Classic at home last weekend and readies itself for the first UAA Round Robin in Atlanta this weekend.
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Which sport is the best sport? Watch our editors weigh in. Now, you decide.
Chicago’s XS Tennis club unveiled plans to construct a 22-acre facility in Washington Park, to be completed spring 2015.
The sports editors make their picks for annual awards for Maroon athletes, coaches, and teams.
Nicki Palermo is a second-year thrower on the track team from Los Gatos, CA. We chatted with her to get some insider info on the life of a Maroon athlete.
What is the best sport?
The Order of the “C” and Women’s Athletic Association honored Maroons’ athletic as well as academic achievements at recent banquets.
After disbanding in 2010 and restarting in 2012, the triathlon club has found its footing as it heads to the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championship.
Fourth-year forward and team captain Natalia Jovanovic leaves a lasting impact on her soccer team and beyond.
Second-year Michael Bennet and first-year Michelle Dobbs finished second and fifth respectively at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships.
There’s nothing the average sports fan enjoys more than arguing, and no argument is more enjoyable than the one that can’t be settled. So, this quarter the sports section is asking the ultimate unanswerable question: Which sport is the best? Over the past weeks, Maroon editors have made the case for their favorite sports. Fifth up, swimming.