Chicago baseball lost a close game to Rockford on Wednesday. Third-year Anthony DeRenzo pitched the whole game.
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The Maroons’ men’s tennis squad improved its record to 9–8 with a resounding victory over Wheaton.
Chicago’s men’s and women’s track and field team both finished second at Wheaton this past weekend.
Chicago women’s softball held visiting Hope to one run in two games and collected two more victories.
Jordan Poole is a second-year pitcher from Austin, TX. We chatted with her to get some insider info on the life of a Maroon athlete.
Chicago baseball broke its three-game losing streak but lost its other two weekend contests.
The Maroons men’s tennis squad played a few ranked teams and came away with one victory on the weekend.
Chicago softball exited the 2-2 weekend with an overall record of 17-3.
Chicago women’s tennis picked up two victories in three matches over the weekend.
Chicago kept up its success on the track and in the field at the Chicagoland Championships over the weekend.
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Despite losses to Dominican and IIT, the baseball team remains optimistic heading into an important weekend featuring games against Beloit (11–7) and Carthage (10–10).
The men’s and women’s track and field teams look to keep their momentum as they come off their indoor season and head further into the outdoor season.
In a home doubleheader against North Park (8–10) on Tuesday, softball took two victories by scores of 11–9 and 5–0.
If the promising change in the weather is any indication of where the women’s tennis season is headed, the Maroons are in for sunny with a chance of a hat trick.
The men’s tennis team appears to have picked up momentum as they head into their final few matches of the regular season.
Kevin Tully is a second-year first baseman from Orland Park, IL. We chatted with him to get some insider info on the life of a Maroon athlete.
Men’s tennis continues its season this Friday as it takes on conference foe Case Western here in Hyde Park.
Although midterms still seem far off for Chicago students, the baseball team was faced with a big test of its own this past weekend, as it headed down to Wash U for its first of two series against the Bears.
The women’s tennis team competed in the Midwest Invitational, finishing 2–1 against a plethora of competitive teams.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams defeated nine rival Illinois schools to take first place in the Ted Haydon Invite at home this past weekend.
The first weekend of spring saw the hot-starting softball team (13–1) with two doubleheaders against Aurora University (10–8) and Beloit College (3–16).
Chicago baseball returned from Florida with a 3–9 record but know exactly what to fix for the rest of the season.
Chicago softball returned to Hyde Park after spring break without a loss.
The annual Powerade Jam Fest was held at the Ratner Center on Monday night, and the gym lit up with impressive talent from high school stars.
Despite a 1–2 spring break trip, the men’s tennis team returned with a confident outlook.
Although the women’s tennis Maroons didn’t finish as well as they wanted over spring break, they’re still confident in their play.
After a strong finish to the indoor season, with individual and team successes, the men’s and women’s track and field squads head outdoors.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams each finished tenth nationally at NCAAs, and the women had a national champion among them.
Maddie McManus is a fourth-year third baseman from Simsbury, CT. We chatted with her to get some insider info on the life of a Maroon athlete.
Maroons women’s tennis dropped to 1–1 on the season against a rival squad.
Optimistic Chicago baseball will head to Florida in the next few weeks to play a bunch of games in preparation for the 2014 season.
Four individual athletes and a relay team will be representing Chicago at the NCAAs.
The men’s tennis Maroons emphatically recovered this past weekend, after losing its past three games.
On Saturday, March 1, the men’s baseball team signed twelve-year-old Kristopher Brown as part of a Team Impact initiative.
Renat Zalov is a third-year on the track team from Buffalo Grove, IL. We chatted with him to get some insider info on the life of a Maroon athlete.
There’s a clear distinction between the casual and the serious, true fan of a sports team.
Chicago men’s and women’s track and field will send some of its athletes to a few meets with a final chance to qualify for nationals.
Chicago men’s tennis will take on Detroit Mercy this weekend.
No. 8 Chicago women’s tennis will battle No. 13 Depauw this weekend for the second time this season.
Men’s tennis swung and missed at the opportunity to take two key nonconference matches this weekend.
This weekend, first-year Charlie Banaszak finished third at Midwest regionals at 141 pounds; the wrestling team finished 11th overall.
Women’s basketball’s Senior Day resulted in defeat for the Maroons.
Chicago men’s basketball didn’t close out its season as it hoped it would.
The Maroons women’s tennis team continued its dominating play with its performance at the ITAs this past weekend.
Two Maroon divers qualified for nationals at this past weekend’s regional meet.
Chicago women’s track and field returned home with some hardware after the UAA Championships this past weekend.
With postseason hopes out the window, Chicago women’s basketball will play its final game this Saturday against Wash U.
Maroon women’s tennis players travel to DePauw this weekend for the annual ITA Nationals.