Both the men’s and women’s track and field squads head to Valparaiso this weekend for the Crusader Open. The teams look to improve on their somewhat subpar performances in the UAA Championship and take down some DI teams.
By the end of this week, the softball team would have played eight games in seven days if not for the postponement of its double-header against Lawrence on Sunday. It swept Carthage on Monday by a total of 12 points, and faces Wheaton and Elmhurst twice on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
The No. 16 women’s tennis team headed down to Florida this weekend to take third place in a stacked UAA tournament. It defeated No. 20 Case Western on Friday, and fell to No. 1 Emory the next day, but bounced back to upset No. 9 Carnegie Mellon on Sunday.
In the loaded UAA Championship tournament, the No. 5 men’s tennis team fell to No. 8 Carnegie Mellon in the third-place match. It easily dispatched Rochester in the first round but lost to No. 7 Wash U the day before it played Carnegie.
Although the third-place finish wasn’t what the women’s track and field squad hoped for at the UAA Championship, it still managed to churn out ten all-UAA performances.
The men’s track and field squad was able to snatch two wins at the UAA Championship this weekend. It finished fifth in the conference and grabbed four all-conference honors.
Although the baseball team put up 12 runs to defeat Rockford in the first half of the double header, it couldn’t sustain the offensive intensity and dropped the second game by ten. The squad takes on North Park at home on Wednesday.
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The No. 5 men’s tennis team has already begun their UAA Championship campaign, taking down Rochester 9–0 on Thursday. They face No. 13 WashU on Friday.
Revenge is on the mind of the No. 15 women’s tennis team, as they face No. 20 Case Western in the first round of the UAA Championship this weekend. They lost to Case this past weekend by 5–4.
The UAA Championship is one of the few meets that the women’s track team is lacking this year and they plan on changing that this weekend. The squad heads to Wash U for two days of track-filled excitement.
After an extra-inning win for the baseball team this Tuesday, they look to garner another four wins against Beloit and Rockford on Saturday and Sunday.
Playing doubleheaders against both North Park and North Central, UChicago Softball took three games out of four, improving to 16-5 on the season.
The Maroons baseball team played three games against the WashU Bears over the weekend, going 1-2 overall while dropping a nailbiter in 15 innings.
The UChicago Men’s Tennis Team faced No. 18 ranked Gustavus Adolphus over the weekend, winning in decisive fashion by taking seven matches out of nine.
The UChicago Men’s and Women’s track teams both performed in the Wheaton Twilight meet. The men finished fifth while the women finished second, promising signs as both prepare the conference championship next weekend.
In the last match before the UAA Championship in Alamonte Springs, FL, the men’s tennis team will take on No. 19 Gustavus Adolphus. This marks the end of the regular season for the Maroons.
The women’s track and field squad heads to Wheaton for their annual Twilight Meet this weekend, where they will look to start a win streak in this outdoor season.
After 11 innings, the baseball team was able to take down Lewis this past Tuesday, adding to their four-game win streak. They put the streak on the line against Wash U this weekend, playing three games against the Bears in two days.
The softball team has embarked on a 12-game home stand, and they will have completed half of it by the end of this weekend. The squad faces two double-headers against two CCIW teams: North Park and North Central (IL).
Following a disappointing loss to No. 6 Case Western, the No. 5 men’s tennis squad was able to bounce back and earn a win on Senior Night against UAA rival No. 13 Wash U.
Despite executing an exciting upset of UAA rival, the No. 9 WashU Bears, on Saturday, the women’s tennis team was unable to sustain its momentum as it fell 5–4 to Case Western the following day.
The women’s track and field team continued its dominant performance from indoor season at the first outdoor meet of the year. It completed the sweep of the Chicagoland Championships as it won both the indoor and outdoor versions of the event this year.
A fourth-place finish of 16 teams is nothing to sniff at, and the men’s track and field squad achieved just that at the Chicagoland Championships this past weekend.
The baseball team has come out strong in April, winning four of their last five including a three-game win streak that began this past weekend against Robert Morris-Peoria and Lawrence. They will look to continue their hot streak this Tuesday against Lewis.
Coming off a winning weekend, the women’s tennis team squares off against two UAA opponents in the form of No. 9 Wash U and No. 22 Case Western.
In their first matches since coming back from spring break, the men’s tennis squad will look to take down a pair of UAA rivals: No. 6 Case Western and No. 13 Wash U.
Although the weather has not been on the Maroon’s side, hopefully the snow and rain will subside so that the track and field teams can get their first crack at the spring season at the Chicagoland Championships this weekend.
Hopefully the weather doesn’t rain on the baseball team’s parade this weekend as they take a two-day, four-game stand against Robert Morris-Peoria and Lawrence.
Sunday marked the beginning of another year of baseball, and expectations are high for each of baseball’s 30 teams.
The baseball team finished a three-game home stretch this weekend that included a win against Elmhurst last Wednesday and a split with UW-Platteville this weekend. They will face Dominican on Wednesday on the field of the minor league the Schaumburg Boomers.
Playing four games in two days, the softball team bounced back after being swept by Lake Forest last week. The Maroons defeated Kalamazoo easily, but split with UW-Whitewater, finishing 3–1 on the weekend.
Although their last game of spring break was a loss to No. 22 Tufts, the women’s tennis team rebounded strongly at the Midwest Invite. They went 19–5 in the tournament, including a 9–0 shut out of their first round opponent Carthage.
Coming off an indoor season in which the women’s track and field squad boasted two All-American and one National Champion performances, the ladies will look to build on this success in the great outdoors. The men’s team finished in a respectable 4th place at the UAA Indoor Championship, but they have plans to improve at the Ted Haydon Invitational this weekend.
Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to sunny California for their spring break competitions. The No. 4 men took on four ranked teams and managed to finish 3–1, while the No. 14 women went 1–1 against their own pair of ranked opponents.
The softball squad came out of the off season swinging, winning eight of its first nine games, including a four game win-streak to start the year.
While the rest of campus was away on spring break, the baseball team played eight games in ten days, and was able to finish at a respectable 3–5.
Twin 14th-place finishes by both the men’s and women’s swim and dive squads at the NCAA DIII Championships were bolstered by 15 All-American finishes and four new school records.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the Carthage College Final Qualifier as a tune-up for the upcoming NCAA Championship meet this weekend. With a handful of athletes heading to the biggest meet in DIII Track and Field, the Maroons will look to make an impact on the national stage.
The men’s and women’s tennis teams competed against DePauw this weekend with both teams coming away with 8–1 wins. The No. 4 men’s team beat their No. 34 opponent while the No. 15 women upset the No. 13 Tigers.
In their season opening weekend, the Maroons went 1–2 against Illinois Wesleyan and Fontbonne. With a slew of new faces, Chicago saw major improvement over the course of the weekend and will take that momentum into coming competitions.
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Jorge Bilbao is the definition of a student-athlete: a three year All-Academic and a two time Second Team All-UAA midfielder. However, the fourth-year would tell you the most important thing to him is his team and the friends he has made.
“I believe we have an advantage at every spot this weekend and we’ll be looking to take every match.”
The men’s and women’s track and field teams will head north to UW–Stevens Point in hopes of securing and improving late season qualifying marks for NCAA Nationals. The women placed second in last weekend’s UAA Championship while the men received fourth.
In their first competition of the year the Chicago baseball team will face off against Illinois Wesleyan on Saturday followed by a game against Fontbonne the next day. The double-header will take place in St. Louis and marks the beginning of the season with fourteen new faces added to the Maroon roster.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the Indoor UAA Championships this weekend at the Armory in New York, NY. The women were edged by Wash U to end up second overall and the men came away with a fourth-place finish.
The top-ranked men’s and women’s tennis teams both picked up wins this weekend over Denison, improving their records to 8–1 and 3–2, respectively.
The Maroons concluded their season at Regionals this past weekend, yet young depth promises a bright future for the wrestling program. First-year Mason Williams and second-year Nick Ferraro were the sole Chicago wrestlers to earn wins on the day.