The Maroons will face Carthage tomorrow after their two midweek matches against UIC and Wheaton were called off due to the rain.
The Maroons travel to Wheaton College this weekend to compete in the Wheaton Twilight Invitational, their last chance to prepare for next weekend’s UAA Championships.
Chicago (14–8) pulled out a 10–4 win over North Park (15–13) on Tuesday afternoon before its Wednesday matchup against North Central was postponed.
Despite the Maroons’ strong showing on defense, their offense just couldn’t deliver as they dropped both games of their doubleheader against Illinois Wesleyan (22–7) at home on Tuesday.
No. 7 Chicago (14–4) blew out Wheaton (13–4) 7–0 in a home match at the Stagg Field tennis courts on Tuesday to bring its regular season to a close.
The Maroons (13–8) were involved in two slugfests in Monmouth on Sunday, coming out on top in the first game of their doubleheader before falling short in the second.
On Saturday, the Maroons (12–8) dropped both games of their doubleheader to No. 23 North Central (25–1) in Naperville, IL.
No. 29 Chicago (11–4) was simply outmatched against No. 14 Wash U (12–5) and No. 18 Gustavus Adolphus (18–9) on Saturday, falling by scores of 6–3 and 7–2, respectively.
After extending their winning streak to 10 matches by defeating Wash U in the Midwest Invitational final on April 13, the Maroons’ streak was snapped on Saturday by the same team, as they lost to the Bears 5–4 in St. Louis.
The men’s squad scored 60.83 points, finishing behind NAIA Olivet Nazarene (105.5), DI Loyola (105), and DIII Carthage (96.33). The women scored 59 points to finish behind Loyola, Carthage, and DIII Illinois Wesleyan.
This Saturday, the No. 29 Maroons (11–2) will take on a pair of solid teams: No. 14 Wash U (9–5) and No. 18 Gustavus Adolphus (16–8).
Despite rainy conditions, the South Siders (12–7) pulled off a resounding win over Dominican University (8–16) on Tuesday.
The meet will take place in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, with over 20 teams and clubs from around the Midwest registered to compete.
Since their game against Illinois Wesleyan on Tuesday was postponed due to inclement weather, the Maroons have shifted their focus to defeating No. 23 North Central College (23–1) on Saturday.
Chicago will take on Wash U this Saturday, after the Maroons beat the Bears 6–3 at the Midwest Regional last week.
Chicago (11–7) swept a doubleheader against the Robert Morris–Springfield Eagles (5–12) on Sunday, winning 17–3 and 9–5.
Chicago celebrated NCAA Student-Athlete Day on Friday. The event has existed for 26 years, but this was the Maroons’ first time getting in on the event.
This weekend, the Maroons capped off two victories against Lawrence by handing UW–Whitewater its first loss of the season. The South Siders (12–6) secured two wins against the Vikings, and then split their doubleheader against the Warhawks.
The men’s and women’s squads both finished fifth, their combined scores good enough for a fourth place finish (120.5) overall behind DI teams DePaul (284) and UIC (125.5). The only DIII team to beat the Maroons was North Central (178), which currently ranks first in the nation on the men’s side.
This past weekend, No. 30 Chicago (11–2) lost to No. 29 University of Wisconsin–Whitewater (10–11) by a score of 6–3, snapping the Maroons’ 10-match winning streak.
For the fifth straight year, No. 6-ranked Chicago (13–3) won the Midwest Invite, virtually breezing through the tournament. The Maroons shut out Gustavus Aldophus 9–0 on Friday, were barely scathed by No. 25-ranked Case (10–7) 8–1 in the semifinal, and defeated UAA foes No. 13-ranked Wash U (10–5) 6–3 on Saturday.
The Maroons will compete in the Chicagoland Championship this weekend. The event will feature 30 teams and representatives from all three divisions of NCAA competition.
For the second year in a row, the University of Chicago hosted the Powerade Jam Fest, a series of competitions gearing up for the McDonald’s All-American Game.
After returning home with a 4–0 record over spring break in Hilton Head, SC, the Maroons (11–1) get set to take on UW–Whitewater (7–11) and Carroll College (8–5) this Saturday.
The Maroons travel to Madison, WI, today to compete in the Midwest Invitational, where they will face eight of the region’s best teams.
After sweeping a doubleheader against Lake Forest on Thursday, the Maroons prepare for weekend games against UW-Whitewater and Lawrence.
The pressure is on for the 14 Maroons that qualified for the upcoming D-III Nationals. After a six-month-long season, everything comes down to this final meet for these select athletes, and the Maroons are hoping for their best finish ever.
The Maroons were left out of the NCAA D-III tournament last spring, despite a strong season against a tough schedule and all indications as late as the night of the announcement that they would be included. This year, the South Siders are out to end up where they believe they should have last year.
No. 29 Chicago (6–1), which has now extended its winning streak to five matches, scored a 7–2 victory over DePauw (2–6) before beating No. 30 Earlham (7–2) by a score of 6–3.
After finishing third at the ITA Indoor Championships two weekends ago, No. 5 Chicago (5–3) went back to DePauw’s home courts on Saturday and defeated Oberlin 6–3, before narrowly beating No. 8 DePauw (6–2) by a final of 5–4.
Fourth-years Billy Whitmore and Julia Sizek claimed all-American honors for the second time this year by finishing seventh and eighth, respectively, in the 5,000m run at the NCAA National Championship.
The Maroons face DePauw and Earlham this Saturday as they attempt to consolidate their new spot in the national rankings.
Chicago will return to the site of last weekend’s disappointment to take on the eighth-ranked Tigers, as well as regional rival Oberlin.
Whitmore and Sizek will compete in the 5,000-meter run at the NCAA National Championships this weekend at North Central in Naperville.
The Maroons had mixed results this weekend, as fourth-years Julia Sizek and Billy Whitmore qualified for the NCAA Championship with times from earlier this season, while other Maroons failed to qualify in their last chance meet at UW–Stevens Point.
The nation’s most difficult regional qualifier closed the door on the Maroons’ NCAA hopes on Saturday, as Chicago finished its season with an 11th-place performance at the NCAA Midwest Regional.
Four members of the team competed in Diving Zones to qualify for Nationals this weekend, only two members made the cut and will compete in D-III Championships.
The top-seeded Maroons took third place the ITA Indoor Championships this weekend. Chicago beat eighth-seeded UW–Whitewater and sixth-seeded Trinity (TX), but lost to fifth-seeded Johns Hopkins.
No. 3 Chicago will compete at the ITA Indoor Championship this weekend. The Maroons will face undefeated UW–Whitewater in the first round.
After finishing second at the UAA Championship, the Maroons are looking to make their presence felt this weekend at the NCAA Midwest Regional (Great Lakes) tournament.
This weekend, the South Siders will compete at the NCAA Diving Zones. Four members of the diving team will be competing at Zones, their only chance to qualify for Nationals.
A select group of Maroons will travel to UW–Stevens Point this weekend in a last-ditch effort to qualify for the NCAA National Championship.
In their last game of a grueling season, the Maroons were defeated by No. 22 Wash U, 65–48, on Saturday.
After upsetting No. 22 Wash U (20–5, 10–4 UAA) on January 5, when they were ranked fifth in the nation, Chicago (11–14, 10–4) fell to the Bears on Saturday, 72–54, in their final game of the season.
The team took a backseat at the Midwest Invitational this weekend as the Maroons shift their focus toward individual qualification for the NCAA Championships next month.
In front of an unthinkable 212 fans, No. 3 Chicago (2–2) buried Denison (0–2) by a final score of 8–1 on Saturday’s Friends and Family Night at the Five Seasons Sports Club in Burr Ridge, IL.
The Maroons are making a habit of beating higher-ranked opponents. They beat their second in as many weeks on Sunday, defeating 27th-ranked Denison with a score of 6–3.
Chicago’s men’s and women’s squads placed an impressive second and third, respectively, this past weekend at the UAA Championships.
Hailing from Chicago’s Whitney Young Magnet High School, first-years Nate Brooks and Jordan Smith have already made a notable impact for the Chicago squad.
The South Siders will travel to Cleveland, OH this weekend to compete for the conference title. There, they will face off against the best of the UAA in an effort to claim their first conference title in three years for the women and five for the men.