After a three-game winning streak, the Maroons (6–12, 2–5 UAA) ran into tougher competition this past weekend, falling 56–41 at Case Western (12–6, 4–3) and 76–68 at Carnegie Mellon (11–7, 3–4).
The Maroons lost to the Case Spartans on Friday 64–61, before getting edged out by the Carnegie Tartans 75–74 on Sunday.
The Maroons lost Thursday against #21 Case (14–7) in the first round of the UAA Championships. Chicago plays Rochester in the consolation semifinals.
The Maroons swept their competition over the weekend, wrapping up their regular season with dual wins against Case Western and 11th-ranked Wash U.
The #30 Maroons lost against #21 Case 7–2 and against #17 Wash U 7–2 on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
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