In front of a Homecoming crowd, the Maroons (4–4) struggled against Case Western (5–3), falling 28–15 on Saturday.
Coming off a solid 23–7 win over Hiram, the Maroons (4–3) look to keep their momentum going in their UAA opener against Case Western (4–3) this Saturday.
Chicago’s chances at victory against Wittenberg dwindled after a slow start, but the Maroons still fought hard in a 41–17 loss.
After their stunning shutout against Allegheny last weekend the Monsters of the Midway have set the bar high for their upcoming game against Wittenberg.
The Maroons suffered a crushing 6–0 loss at Case Western over the weekend, thanks to the disappearance of their running game and an inability to score in the red zone. Chicago’s record remains respectable at 5–3, but the team’s conference record is now 0–1, and playoffs look to be a long shot.
Maroons beat Wash U to win first conference title since 2005.
Men vie for Founders Cup, UAA title against Wash U
Victory sets up UAA championship game next week with Wash U
Maroons expect tough competition against Carnegie’s stingy defense
Chicago victory snaps Case’s 38-game regular-season win streak.
Looking to end a 37 game regular-season streak, Maroons will need strong play all around
As conference play approaches, Maroons win in historic game
The Maroons defeated Denison 36—7 at the homecoming game Saturday afternoon.
In dominant performance, men snap two-game losing streak
The 20th-ranked Little Giants scored 24 first-half points and finished with a 31–14 win over the Maroons
With a fourth-year quarterback and two standout receivers, team hopes to be “winningest” in school history
The best games, newcomers, and performances, plus some milestones to remember.
The flag football championship games will be played Sunday on the turf at Stagg.
Brizzolara becomes first Maroon to total 1,000 receiving yards in a season, and Oium sets season passing-yardage record.
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.
Maroons lead with 10 minutes to play, but Bears score 10 unanswered points for the win.
Chicago hangs close for much of game, but Spartans pull away in final minutes to nab 38–24 win.
7–0 Case is led by QB Dan Whalen, one of DIII’s most efficient passers
In Quotes turns 16 this month, so Jordan goes back through the archives to pick his favorites.
Oium breaks Chicago’ single-game records for passing yards and passing touchdowns.
A dozen teammates from the 1969 football team—Chicago’s first varsity football squad since the 1930s—were on hand to watch the 2009 Maroons top Denison 38–7 in Saturday’s homecoming game.
1969 team that helped revive Chicago football to be honored during Homecoming festivities.
Chicago’s defense holds Yellowjackets scoreless, and Coville nets golden goal in the 100th minute
Winless Yeomen can’t slow down Chicago as Maroons win 38–17
Volleyball impressed this weekend, even if their opponents didn’t; football’s Clay Wolff has a well-balanced attack
The football coach talks about the season so far, the Oberlin game tomorrow, and finding the right player for the U of C
Pretty goals from men’s soccer, talking touchdowns and returns with D Brizzolara, and some questions for vendors at Wrigley
Riding a strong ground game and an aggressive defense, the Maroons claimed the Founders Trophy with a 17–14 win over rival Wash U.
Chicago gave undefeated Case one its toughest tests of the season but ultimately couldn’t keep up with Case’s passing attack in Saturday’s UAA opener.
An all-around sloppy performance left the Maroons with a 26–14 loss to Denison Saturday.
In front of a full capacity homecoming crowd, the Maroons notched their first win of the season with a 33–7 dismantling of Oberlin College (1–4) Saturday. The victory brought Chicago to 1–3 for the year and showcased the squad’s growing talent along with some veteran leadership.
Head coach Dick Maloney and the Maroons are hoping a weekend off will give the football team a chance to rest a quarterback, reorganize some defensive sets, and forget Saturday’s 27–6 loss to undefeated Elmhurst College.
In the class of 2008’s final performance on Stagg Field, the Maroons played as close to a perfect game as they have this season. Zero punts, 576 total yards, 23 first downs, and a 51–6 victory over Eureka College had…
When it rains, it pours, and this Saturday in St. Paul, Northwestern College was pouring the points and the hits on a Chicago football squad that has come undone in recent weeks. Turning seven Maroon turnovers into 17 points, the…
This fall, Maroon football has pulled off the feat of playing two separate seasons. The first saw Chicago light up the scoreboard with 132 points and a 3–1 record, while the second brought a three-game UAA losing streak with Chicago…
Not all homecomings are happy ones. Football learned that lesson the hard way during Saturday’s showdown against Carnegie Mellon. Coming into the game, the Maroons (3–3, 0–2) knew that the contest was a must-win situation against the Tartans (3–4, 1–1)…
It’s the age-old question in sports: Can the best defense beat the best offense? On Saturday, fans will have another case study for fodder when Chicago’s tight-run blocking looks to shut down the runaway train of Carnegie’s rushing offense. Looking…
Football is playing with the big boys now, and it found out on Saturday that the UAA is far less forgiving than regional competition. After spending the first half of their season scoring big against little teams, the Maroons (3–2)…
Maroon football (3–1) will play the Bears this weekend. No, not the team you may be thinking of, but a team with a better record—the Bears of Washington University (5–1). Coming off of a 57–27 beat-down of Lewis & Clark,…
Records fell and a thirty-point spread separated the two teams at the final buzzer, but it wasn’t a sure and easy path to victory for football. Wrapping up a three-game home stand, the Maroons (3–1) leaned on a pair of…
The Brooklyn Dodgers said it best with “Wait ’til next year.” While it’s a bit early in the game to be summing up the Maroons’ season with that phrase, there’s a grain of truth in that old slogan that seems…
Determined to close its up-and-down season with a win, football pulled one off on Saturday and made it look easy. Battling Eureka with its unstoppable offense and a stonewall defense, the Maroons (4–5) faced early adversity but led dominantly from…
In the past 13 years, football has never lost a home finale. And this weekend, the Maroons certainly kept the streak alive. Snapping a four-game losing streak, the Maroons (3–5) closed out their home season with a hard-earned 28–20 victory…
For football, last weekend’s heartbreaking loss in Cleveland was only the tip of the iceberg in a season of close calls. With the season winding down, the Maroons look to reverse their fortunes against a first-time opponent. Taking on Northwestern…
Rain, hail, and lightning delays were all omens of bad luck for Chicago on Saturday, after things started out on a bright note for the struggling team. Playing the Spartans in Cleveland, the Maroons (2–5) fell 10–9 to Case Western…