Jake Grubman

CONTRIBUTIONS

Women's tennis handles Case, Wash U in first D-III action

If the Maroons had any concerns they wouldn't be able to capture last season's magic again, those worries were swept aside with two 8–1 victories over UAA rivals this weekend.

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February 16, 2010

Resurgent men's basketball repays last weekend’s losses

After losing at Emory and Rochester last weekend, a pair of stunning first halves helped the Maroons to some revenge in this weekend's UAA wins.

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February 9, 2010

Men's basketball still trying to put parts together

If the Maroons can find greater consistency, head coach Mike McGrath likes his team's chances for the second half of UAA play.

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February 5, 2010

Wrestling seeks 14th UAA title as conference tournament comes to Ratner

The Maroons will try to make it two straight Saturday as Case and NYU come to town for the conference championship tournament.

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February 5, 2010

Rest for the weary (and also the mildly injured)

In a perfect world, everything would fit into the newspaper. Until the world becomes perfect, Maroon City will be filling you in on what should have gone in the paper, but didn’t. Today: track and field.

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January 29, 2010

Men's basketball's confidence rises as road-heavy first half comes to close

Two road victories this weekend could make the Maroons darkhorse favorites in a second half that features five of seven games at home.

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January 29, 2010

Men's track nears full strength heading into Chicago Duals

One of many Maroons making their 2010 indoor season debuts, second-year Moe Bahrani says this weekend will be a mile for the ages.

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January 29, 2010

Injury to Zhang leaves second D-I upset just out of men's tennis’s reach

Chicago had D-I foe Dayton on the ropes late, but an injury at the first singles spot erased the Maroons' shot at an upset, handing the Flyers a 4–2 win Saturday.

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January 26, 2010

Roussell backed into head coaching spot, and has looked forward ever since

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.

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January 22, 2010

Wash U continues home dominance in women's UAA opener

The women's basketball team lost its 23rd consecutive game in St. Louis, where the Bears topped Chicago 63–34 Saturday.

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January 12, 2010