Maroons continues win streak with victories over Emory and Rochester.
Herrick sisters lead Chicago to best record in memory
Herrick blocks Bears’ hope, assures last minute victory
Maroons prepare for big game against rival
After winning their first game, the women lost in the final round of the Holiday Inn Express Thanksgiving Classic.
Women improve to 2-1 after weekend games
Women cruise in opener against state rival
Women’s basketball falls to Simpson University in opening round of NCAA tournament. Sees off 5 graduating seniors.
Chicago will look to slow Simpson’s high paced attack to advance to Saturday’s second round.
The Maroons suffered a defeat in the final game of the season at the hands of the Wash U Bears but still earned an at-large big to the NCAA tournament.
With the women’s basketball UAA championship on the line this weekend, Jake and Jordan argue the merits of a tournament to decide the conference champion.
A close-cut win over the weekend puts the Maroons in a position to challenge for the championship in next weekend’s game against rival Wash U.
They might be thinking “Bring on Wash U,” but the Maroons still have to get past Carnegie and Case this weekend to get a chance to play for the conference title.
Chicago got back on track this weekend, dominating both the visiting Eagles and Yellowjackets in the second half of the home-and-home series.
At 5–2, Chicago controls its own destiny at the halfway point of the UAA season.
A win at Emory gave Chicago a share of first place—for two days. Now they’re back to second, after Rochester stole an overtime win on Sunday.
To preserve their UAA title hopes, the Maroons must win at Emory and Rochester.
Since scoring 34 points against Wash U, the Maroons have averaged over 36 points per half in four UAA games since, including two victories this weekend over Carnegie and Case.
With the win over Brandeis on Sunday, head coach Aaron Roussell became the second coach in Chicago women’s basketball history to reach 100 victories, but his sights are still set on win number 11 for the season.
A week removed from their debacle in St. Louis, the Maroons are hoping to turn their fortune around at Ratner tonight against NYU.
The women’s basketball team lost its 23rd consecutive game in St. Louis, where the Bears topped Chicago 63–34 Saturday.
From fundamentals to team-specific analysis, the women’s basketball team uses every minute of practice to ready itself for the action on the court.
After losing three games to top-ten teams this season, women’s basketball is looking for an upset this weekend in St. Louis.