Katie Anderson, Chicago Maroon


A Year in Review: The Maroons of 2015–2016

This year has been full of excitement for Chicago athletics, as ten of the 17 varsity teams made their respective NCAA Championships. The women contributed six of these berths while the men’s side chipped in four NCAA bids.

Third-year Anna Woolery bats in a game against Wheaton College last year.

Superior Swinging Propels Squad Past Mount Mary

The softball team has embarked on a 12-game home stand, and they will have completed half of it by the end of this weekend. The squad faces two double-headers against two CCIW teams: North Park and North Central (IL).

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Senior Spotlight: Nicole Mullen

A four-year starter, Nicole Mullen has been the cornerstone to building a nationally-ranked soccer program and led the squad to three NCAA tournaments.

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Senior Spotlight: Catt Young

Catt Young, fourth-year All-American cross country runner, has proven to dominate her collegiate career on and off the course. The Women’s Athletic Association president will leave women’s athletics at the University better than the way she found it.

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Women shine at Wisconsin-Oshkosh AAE Invite

Both the men’s and women’s cross country teams did extremely well at the extremely competitive AAE Invite, with the women finishing in third place. The men held their own; striding into 14th place out of 45 teams.

Last Chance Meet proves successful for Maroons

With just a week to go before the NCAA DIII National Championships, the men’s and women’s track and field squads competed among a field of talented athletes at North Central College in a last chance effort to qualify and hone their skills.

Fourth-year Ankur Bhargava returns a serve at practice this season.

Chicago makes history, clinches NCAA berth

The men’s tennis squad defeated Coe and Gustavus Adolphus this weekend to earn the program’s first invitation to the DIII National Championship. Led by first-year Nick Chua, the squad will face Amherst in their first match.

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Chicago hosts second Round Robin

This weekend, volleyball (19–8) hosts the second UAA Round Robin, hoping to bounce back from a mediocre performance last week at the Tiffany Robinson Memorial.