Men lose to Case, but beat Carnegie.
Chicago lost its first game of the season to Dominican after the Stars hit a free throw with seven seconds left to break a tie.
Women’s basketball falls to Simpson University in opening round of NCAA tournament. Sees off 5 graduating seniors.
With sixth win of the season, resurgent Maroons equal total from 2008–2009 campaign
After undefeated homestand, men’s basketball travels to play at Wheaton tomorrow.
Women’s basketball makes second-half run, but can’t overcome early deficit.
The Maroons topped Earlham 84-71 in their first game, then put down Rose-Hulman 79-60 to win the tournament.
Chicago beat St. Mary’s 76-34 on Saturday, and 64-57 in the title game.
Chicago opens home schedule tomorrow against St. Mary’s.
Fourth-years Pancratz and Kinsella in the backcourt will balance out young post players.
NBA’s elite pay top dollar for top talents,
but league’s parity is still evident in conference standings.
Despite win, Roussell hopes to see more from Maroons in Midway Classic.
Third-year Stephen Bonnett, the man behind the Phoenix, talks about his big break, his artistic vision, going pro, and the guilt that can rack a mascot’s soul.
Assistant women’s basketball coach Carissa Sain has adjusted to a new role at an old UAA rival.
In Quotes turns 16 this month, so Jordan goes back through the archives to pick his favorites.
A brand new podcast, SportsTubes, an athlete interview, and the only UAA men’s tennis championship preview endorsed by Roger Federer
A quick and athletic Wash U squad jumped out to a big lead early, overwhelming men’s basketball in the final game of the season.
With the Maroons’ postseason hopes hanging in the balance, women’s basketball succumbed to UAA Champion Wash U 70–55 Saturday.
Men’s basketball’s last meeting with Wash U didn’t go Chicago’s way, but the renewed Maroons are heading into St. Louis tomorrow with more motivation than ever.
The postseason might be out of Chicago basketball’s reach, but tomorrow’s games are about more than a ticket to the NCAAs.
The Chicago–Wash U rivalry resumes Saturday, as the women’s basketball team heads to St. Louis for what could be the team’s season finale.
Men’s basketball was able to handle the conference’s best scorer Friday night, but poor shooting and defensive lapses sent the Maroons back down below .500 with one game left.
It’s a little late, but men’s basketball is hitting its stride under the command of third-year John Kinsella, who leads Chicago into action against Carnegie and Rochester this weekend.
With their playoff hopes hanging in the balance, women’s basketball dominated Case before edging out Emory over the weekend.
Third-year guard Jake Pancratz was tired of his team catching bad breaks, so he tripled at the buzzer to steal a win, capping a 1–1 weekend.
Men’s basketball slammed Brandeis with a conference-record 17 threes Friday night, and the offensive outpouring carried through to another win over NYU Sunday.
The women’s basketball team’s stifling defense brought Chicago redemption in a rematch from last Sunday, but a subsequent loss to NYU has Chicago on the outside of the conference title picture looking in.
Women’s basketball knows they can’t dwell on last weekend’s struggles on the road, and with the UAA schedule rolling into its second half, they can’t afford to.
With the UAA schedule rolling over into its second half this weekend, the Maroons have a shot to repeat last Friday’s win over NYU and redeem themselves after last Sunday’s blowout loss to Brandeis.
A late run against NYU helped Chicago secure their second win this season, but the team’s fortunes changed on Sunday, when Brandeis thumped the Maroons to give them their sixteenth loss.
With much of their team under the weather, the Maroons couldn’t build upon their win at Rochester, and they dropped two key games against ranked opponents.
Men’s basketball looks to finally put it all together at NYU and Brandeis this weekend.
Win over the nation’s best team? Check. Win their first two road games? Check. It’s all fallen into place so far for women’s basketball, but with the midway point to the conference schedule approaching, clashes with 10th-ranked NYU and 19th-ranked Brandeis could make this the most important weekend thus far.
The struggles continued for men’s basketball over the weekend, as inconsistency cost the Maroons in losses to Carnegie and Rochester.
Women’s basketball ignored the odds going into Sunday’s matchup with the nation’s best team, dominating Rochester en route to a 71–51 road win.
The losing streak is over, but the Maroons have work to do on the road to get back into the UAA mix.
The Maroons went 2–1 at home to start the UAA season, but they’ll face a tall task Sunday against the nation’s best team.
The winless men’s basketball team has two prime opportunities to pick up win number one this weekend as Emory and Case come to town.
Women’s basketball returns to action this weekend hoping to erase last weekend’s poor rebounding and missed opportunities.
Rebounding and scoring struggles proved costly for women’s basketball in Saturday’s 54–50 loss to Wash U.
Men’s basketball ran its losing streak to 12, as the still-winless Maroons couldn’t capitalize on a strong first half Saturday against Wash U.
Women’s basketball looks to start strong in a wide-open race for the UAA championship.
We all knew this was going to be a long men’s basketball season. If the team continues as it has for the first five games, it’s going to get a lot longer. Fortunately, I can forgive and forget.
Men’s basketball dropped another close contest Saturday as Loras needed two overtimes to top the Maroons 64–62.
The Maroons bounced back from last week’s loss to Carroll with a pair of wins at the St. Mary’s Thanksgiving Classic over the weekend.
Carroll shocked the 11th-ranked Maroons Saturday, capturing a 72–66 upset win.
The Maroons found the energy that they lacked in the Midway Classic, but Augustana snuck out of Chicago with a 58–57 win after a jumper with 2.5 seconds left.
The women’s basketball team returns to action this weekend hoping to build on last season’s conference title and trip to the Sweet 16.
Featuring seven first-years and a transfer to join three returning starters, men’s basketball looks for a third straight UAA title this season.
When Nofi Mojidi arrived on campus as a first-year in September 2004, the women’s basketball team was coming off a 10–15 season, during which it finished next to last in the UAA. That was the third losing season in a…