Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams made the NCAA National Championships this year, ending their terrific seasons with respectable postseason showings.
The Elite Eight welcomes the No. 9 women’s tennis team for the 6th time in school history, as the squad won their NCAA Regional tournament this past weekend. They head to Kalamazoo this weekend to take on No. 2 Williams.
The No. 16 women’s tennis team headed down to Florida this weekend to take third place in a stacked UAA tournament. It defeated No. 20 Case Western on Friday, and fell to No. 1 Emory the next day, but bounced back to upset No. 9 Carnegie Mellon on Sunday.
After an extra-inning win for the baseball team this Tuesday, they look to garner another four wins against Beloit and Rockford on Saturday and Sunday.
After 11 innings, the baseball team was able to take down Lewis this past Tuesday, adding to their four-game win streak. They put the streak on the line against Wash U this weekend, playing three games against the Bears in two days.
Although the weather has not been on the Maroon’s side, hopefully the snow and rain will subside so that the track and field teams can get their first crack at the spring season at the Chicagoland Championships this weekend.
“I believe we have an advantage at every spot this weekend and we’ll be looking to take every match.”
A neutral site sets the stage for the No. 6 men’s and No. 15 women’s tennis squads to take on a ranked opponent this weekend. They both square off against Denison, where the men are ranked No. 35 and the women are No. 25.
This weekend will be the battle of the powerhouses, as the No. 6 men’s tennis squad starts their ITA Championship campaign against No. 8 Trinity (Texas).
The wrestling team churned out a solid performance at the Pete Willson Invitational this past weekend and they look to have that momentum fuel two meets this weekend. They will take on Augustana on Friday and Wheaton on Saturday.
The Chicago wrestling squad heads to Wheaton IL this weekend to compete in the Pete Wilson Invite. Last year the Maroons placed eighth at the competition with Paul Papoutsis leading the way.
Both the men’s and the women’s tennis squads open up spring season with national rankings, No. 6 and No. 15 respectively. They take on DI Chicago State this weekend.
After evening out their record at 1–1, men’s basketball will use their gained momentum to face No. 7 Mount Union on Saturday.
The women’s basketball team kicks off their season Saturday when they host Lake Forest at home. The young Maroons are looking to mimic their UAA championship season from last year.
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In the wake of last weekend’s sweep, Chicago volleyball looks to continue its dominant streak at the IWU Classic, the last tournament before heading to the UAA Championships.