In the first round of the postseason, the Maroons played Wartburg to a scoreless tie, then lost 4–3 in penalty kicks.
As conference play opens, soccer teams look forward to strong play against rivals
Maroons split weekend matches, defeating Case Western, and losing to Rochester.
After faltering against Emory, the Maroons look forward to Saturday’s game against Rochester.
From Thierry Henry’s teammate to Booth school student
The home-standing Thunder nipped Chicago 1-0
A late Elmhurst goal broke a 0–0 tie and Chicago’s four-game win streak
After tying Carthage and throttling DePauw, the Maroons dropped two consecutive matches
Chicago began the year with two comeback wins and two narrow losses
The best games, newcomers, and performances, plus some milestones to remember.
In second-round of NCAA, Wheaton tops Chicago 1–0 to avenge 3–1 loss in September.
Wartburg scores on defensive lapse in 62nd minute, then bunkers down for 2–1 win.
Maroons play Aurora at home today in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Chicago plays Wartburg tonight in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
After Carnegie and Rochester tie their Saturday matches, Chicago finishes in three-way tie for UAA title; tiebreaker gives Maroons automatic NCAA berth.
Chicago wraps up NCAA berth with 3–0 win over Wash U; will host Aurora in NCAA match Friday.
Men’s and women’s soccer play the Bears tomorrow in their regular-season finales.
Men’s soccer topped NYU 2–0, then played Brandeis to a scoreless tie.
Women’s soccer won 2–1 at NYU, then fell 2–0 to Brandeis in Boston
In Quotes turns 16 this month, so Jordan goes back through the archives to pick his favorites.
Three Maroons score in convincing win.
Whitewater scores second goal with 15 second to play to beat Maroons.
Bontz, one of five Maroons to score, nets two goals in first 10 minutes.
Wiercinski gives 21 players minutes in 3–0 victory.
Chicago’s defense holds Yellowjackets scoreless, and Coville nets golden goal in the 100th minute
Rochester takes a surprising 3–1 over highly-ranked Maroons, but no such luck for Case
Ranked Rochester squads will challenge Chicago men and women.
One goal is good enough as Maroons clamp down on Emory’s attack
A first-half penalty kick gave Emory the lead, but the Maroons scored twice after halftime for the win
Tartans get draw after scoring off a corner in the 87th minute
Carnegie finds the net three times in the first eleven minutes, but Maroons play them even after that
After a win over Wheaton, Chicago is undefeated in its last five games
Pretty goals from men’s soccer, talking touchdowns and returns with D Brizzolara, and some questions for vendors at Wrigley
Chicago is good (again), but can they turn their talent into a conference title?
Will the 2009 Maroons be the old team with a new collection of tricks, or just the same old team?
Women’s soccer fell to perennial powerhouse Messiah 4–1 in Sweet 16 action, ending the Maroons’ season.
The Maroons will have to continue their six-game winning streak against Wittenberg on Friday. If they don’t, they go home.
Wash U needed two overtimes to put the men’s soccer team away 2–1 in Chicago’s season finale.
It was do or die for the women’s soccer team Saturday at Wash U, and the Maroons came up big with time ticking down to take a 1–0 win.
Needing wins to remain in playoff contention, the women’s soccer team went 2–0 for the weekend, defeating Case and Rochester.
Women’s soccer heads to Case Friday hoping to keep their postseason hopes alive.
A 29–4 advantage in shots gave women’s soccer a 3–0 win in the season’s final home game.
A lackluster performance on both ends left Chicago with a 2–0 at Whitewater Sunday.
Early scoring and a second half defensive lock-down earned the Maroons a 2–1 win over Illinois Wesleyan Wednesday night.
Women’s soccer suffers unexpected loss to Brandeis Friday, but defeats NYU Sunday.
Men’s soccer ties Brandeis on a late penalty kick Friday before beating NYU in overtime Sunday.
With time winding down on the season, men’s soccer is still fighting for a breakthrough.
Just as the race for the UAA title is about to heat up, women’s soccer is clicking together in all the right ways.
When men’s soccer opened their UAA schedule this Saturday against a highly ranked, high-scoring Emory squad chock-full of experienced players, it was clear the Maroons needed to play sharp to make the game competitive.
Women’s soccer left it all out on the field Saturday, and even dominated at times. But it wasn’t enough to take home a win.