Eight women from the outdoor track and field squad went to the NCAA Championship, where they garnered two All-American finishes. The men were represented by fourth-year Michael Bennett who finished 14th in the pole vault.
For the year in review, the Maroon takes a look back at the best and brightest in UChicago sports.
The baseball team churned out a successful weekend by taking down Edgewood twice and splitting with St. Norbert. The squad’s point differential of 23 was the best it has been in any given week this season.
Revenge is on the mind of the No. 15 women’s tennis team, as they face No. 20 Case Western in the first round of the UAA Championship this weekend. They lost to Case this past weekend by 5–4.
In their first matches since coming back from spring break, the men’s tennis squad will look to take down a pair of UAA rivals: No. 6 Case Western and No. 13 Wash U.
Sunday marked the beginning of another year of baseball, and expectations are high for each of baseball’s 30 teams.
In their season opening weekend, the Maroons went 1–2 against Illinois Wesleyan and Fontbonne. With a slew of new faces, Chicago saw major improvement over the course of the weekend and will take that momentum into coming competitions.
In their first competition of the year the Chicago baseball team will face off against Illinois Wesleyan on Saturday followed by a game against Fontbonne the next day. The double-header will take place in St. Louis and marks the beginning of the season with fourteen new faces added to the Maroon roster.
The men’s basketball team takes on the rolling Wash U Bears this weekend in the last game of the regular season. This match-up also marks the final home game for two fourth-years: Nate Brooks and Jordan Smith.
The men’s basketball team looks to continue their winning ways at NYU and Brandeis this weekend. The last time these teams faced off, the South Siders were on their 13-game win streak.
The women’s basketball squad was unable to repeat their performances from last weekend which garnered wins against Emory and No. 13 Rochester. The Eagles and Yellowjackets defended their home territory, dropping the Maroons to 4–5 in conference play.
With revenge on the mind, the men’s basketball team heads to Emory and Rochester to take on the two squads that ended their 13-game win streak.
The men’s basketball team secured another two wins this weekend at home over NYU and Brandeis to remain undefeated in UAA play.
The men’s basketball team continues their roll into UAA play as they take down WashU on the back of a last possession three-pointer. Chicago continues its 9-game win streak.
The men’s basketball team looks to ride their 8-game win streak into the first UAA game of the season against WashU.
Outside-hitter Jasmine Mobley reflects on her Chicago career: volleyball, economics, and everything in between.
Maroon football ended its season with a disappointing loss to Wash U this weekend in St. Louis.
The weekend after a 31–0 drubbing of Sewanee, the football team was paid back in the form of a 52–7 beatdown at the hands of Carnegie Mellon. Both sides of the ball were difficult for the Maroons as they couldn’t stop the Tartans run game or put the ball in the end zone.
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Although the football team didn’t get the Homecoming win, the Maroons will look to rally against conference foe Sewanee. This game will carry extra weight due to the 14 fourth-years that will be honored on Senior Day.
The Chicago football squad lost their homecoming game this weekend 27–21 to Hendrix of Arkansas. Hendrix gained 547 yards of offense during the game, overwhelming the Chicago defense in the secondary.
The 5–1 Chicago football team will take on Hendrix at their Homecoming game this weekend. The Maroon offense, lead by third-year quarterback Burke Moser will look to mimic their 21-point first quarter from last week’s game.
Fueled by a quick start, the football squad was able to bounce back after its loss last week with a win against Rhodes to win the Blues Bowl 21–7. With the win, the squad improved to 5–1 overall record, and 4–1 in conference.
For the second consecutive match, the men’s soccer team battled through two overtimes, this time ending in a 1–1 tie.
The undefeated Chicago football team hosts stiff competition in Berry College this weekend. The Maroons are coming off a 28–14 win against Birmingham Southern while Berry remains undefeated in conference play.
The Maroons remain undefeated, as another stellar offensive performance by Carroll gave Chicago the upper hand over Birmingham Southern.
Despite switching conferences, a dominating offense led by Burke Moser has propelled the UChicago football team to a historic start.
The Men’s Tennis squad will travel north to UW–Whitewater to compete in the NCAA Regional Tournament. Recently named ITA Rookie of the Year, Nick Chua will lead the team against a slew of high quality opponents.
With a chance to improve to .500 on the line, the Maroons set out this past weekend to snag a pair of wins