The Maroons (21–11) followed a doubleheader sweep of North Central (16–18) on Tuesday with victory against Wheaton (12–23) on Wednesday.
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.
After finishing third at the Elmhurst College Invitational two weeks ago, the Maroons (4–3) are looking to step up their game this weekend at the Wheaton College Invitational.
The Maroons (3–2) close a five-game homestand with a 64–52 loss to regional rivals Wheaton (4–0).
Chicago finished with a total score of 77, behind North Central College (178.50), Illinois Wesleyan (175.50), Carthage (133.50), and host Wheaton (93).
In the eight-school Wheaton College Twilight Meet, Chicago finished fifth, behind Bethel College, Carthage, Wheaton College, and North Central.
“Dominant” is a word not to be bandied about lightly, but it’s a label the Maroons are increasingly beginning to earn. “There was definitely a realization that we still need to work on dominating other teams consistently,” fourth-year Isis Smalls…