The Maroons sent eight women and one man to NCAA National Championships this year. While none of the competitors have yet earned, each has impressed with his or her performance.
The Maroons cruised into the Valparaiso Crusader Open with a bunch of momentum, and marched out with a strong showing.
The men’s track and field squad was able to snatch two wins at the UAA Championship this weekend. It finished fifth in the conference and grabbed four all-conference honors.
The UChicago Men’s and Women’s track teams both performed in the Wheaton Twilight meet. The men finished fifth while the women finished second, promising signs as both prepare the conference championship next weekend.
Following a disappointing loss to No. 6 Case Western, the No. 5 men’s tennis squad was able to bounce back and earn a win on Senior Night against UAA rival No. 13 Wash U.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the Indoor UAA Championships this weekend at the Armory in New York, NY. The women were edged by Wash U to end up second overall and the men came away with a fourth-place finish.
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On Friday, the women’s track and field team extended their win streak to three meets at Chicagoland where they dominated the long distance races. The men finished their events on Saturday and came in at a respectable 6th place.
The Chicago track and field teams took to UW–Whitewater this weekend in their third competition of the indoor season. The women posted huge performances and took first among fierce competition while the men struggled, placing ninth of a field of ten.
With eleven first place finishes in just their second meet of the indoor season, the Chicago track and field teams show major potential moving forward into the bulk of their seasons.
Chicago’s track and field teams kicked off their indoor season by hosting the Phoenix Invitational this weekend.
Both the women’s and men’s cross country teams wrapped up their seasons at the NCAA Division III National Championship. The women placed 18th while the men slid into 31st.
The men’s basketball team fell in their season opener to across-town foe, North Park, to start the season 0–1.
The Maroons’ campaign will continue with a playoff match against Thomas Moore this Saturday.
The women’s soccer team fell to Carnegie Mellon 4–1, ending the squad’s chances of winning the UAA title. The loss followed a 2–0 win over Case Western on Friday in which second-year Kelsey Moore earned both goals for the Maroons.
After decisive victories against three ranked opponents, the women’s soccer team will tackle conference foes Case Western and No. 3 Carnegie Mellon this weekend. Two wins could boost the squad into first place of the UAA.
The top tier women’s soccer squad extended their undefeated home record with a trouncing of Wheaton on Wednesday. Third-year forward Sophia Kim got the Maroons off to a quick start with a goal a mere 86 seconds into the game.
The women’s soccer team decisively snapped its four-game road losing streak with two upsets against No. 10 Brandeis and No. 16 NYU, improving the squad’s record to 10–4 overall, and 3–1 in conference.
While many veteran runners took the weekend to rest, solid performances by younger athletes at the Lucian Rose Invitational shows great promise for the futures of the cross country squads.
The women’s soccer team, while 8–0 at home, has yet to earn a road win this season. They are looking to break away from this trend as they head to Rochester this weekend to compete in UAA play.
An early goal lifted the women’s soccer team over Emory in its first conference match of the season.
The women’s soccer squad looks to extend its home win streak to nine games, as it faces off against Emory for the first match of conference play this Saturday.
The Chicago baseball squad ended their regular season with three losses to Wash U this weekend. The losses bring the Maroons’ record to 18-20 on the season.
After edging the Edgewood Eagles by two runs on Monday, the baseball squad will head into its last regular season weekend with three games against the Wash U Bears.
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The Maroons have turned things around as of late, but will it be enough to put them above .500?
The Chicago baseball team defeated Wash U once, dropping two games against their conference rivals over the weekend.
The Chicago baseball squad takes both games of the home doubleheader to improve to 8-13.
After barely losing their first game to Rockford 5-4 in extra innings, the baseball squad could not contend with Rockford’s momentum and was crushed in the second game of the doubleheader to go 0-2 on the weekend.
Chicago baseball squad wins two straight and four of its last six.
In a prelude to the McDonald’s All-American game at the United Center, the Ratner gymnasium was home to the dunking, three-point and skill competition among the men’s and women’s McDonald’s All-Americans.
Despite some standout performances, Maroons struggle in opening week of season.
The men’s basketball squad will face Wash U in their last regular season game of the season. The game is a must win for the Maroons if they hope to make the NCAA tournament.
The men’s basketball team is on the cusp of reentering the Top 25 rankings. They will need to defeat NYU and Brandeis this weekend in order to propel them upwards in the last stretch of conference play.
The men’s basketball squad hopes to improve its 6–3 conference record with a pair of UAA rematches.
The men’s basketball squad stumbled again NYU and Brandeis to fall to 3–2 in UAA play.
The men’s basketball squad defeated Rochester and upsetter No. 4 Emory to remain undefeated in conference play.
The men’s basketball team will host Rochester and Emory at home Friday and Sunday in a pair of conferences battles.
The women’s soccer team ended its postseason run at home last Saturday with a loss to Illinois Wesleyan in the Sweet 16.
Women’s soccer hosts the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight rounds of the NCAA Tournament this weekend.
Women’s soccer defeated Webster and Augsburg to advance to sweet 16 of the DIII NCAA tournament.
Chicago volleyball placed second at the UAA Championships this weekend. The impressive showing prompted a NCAA tournament bid.
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Maroon volleyball takes on Case Western in the first game of the UAA Conference Tournament.
Volleyball will compete in the Eagle Classic hosted by Benedictine University this weekend. They open with a match against North Central College on today.
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