For the year in review, the Maroon takes a look back at the best and brightest in UChicago sports.
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.
Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to sunny California for their spring break competitions. The No. 4 men took on four ranked teams and managed to finish 3–1, while the No. 14 women went 1–1 against their own pair of ranked opponents.
“We’ve just been trying to clean up all of our dives a little bit and make everything as consistent as possible.”
Friday’s Harry Potter Night brings No. 9 NYU to Ratner to face the women’s basketball squad. The Maroons look to continue their recent success and get two wins against UAA opponents this weekend.
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The women’s tennis squad fell to No.17 DePauw in their second match up in two weeks.
The No. 12 women’s tennis team will compete against DePauw this weekend after having defeated the Tigers last weekend, 6-3, at the ITA Indoor Nationals.
At the ITA National tournament, the women’s tennis team placed third. The squad defeated both No. 11 DePauw and No. 8 Washington over the weekend, while falling narrowly to No. 4 Johns Hopkins.
The No. 12 women’s tennis team will be competing in the ITA Indoor Nationals tournament this weekend. They begin play seeded fifth and will kick off play against fourth-seeded DePauw.
The wrestling squad took second at the UAA Championship this weekend after falling to No. 24 NYU, missing out on the conference title for the fourth straight year.
The No. 12 women’s tennis team overcame losses as No. 1 and No. 2 singles to defeat Lewis 4–2.
The men’s and women’s track teams continue to fight off fatigue as they compete in the Chicagolands Invite.
The women’s tennis team bounced back from a disappointing season opener to earn three victories over the weekend.
The men’s and women’s track and field team competed in the fierce Warhawk Classic this weekend. The men came away with 8th place while women earned 5th.
The men’s basketball squad will face Case Western and Carnegie Mellon in hopes of rebounding from their disappointing losses last weekend.
The women’s tennis squad suffered a close loss to UW-Milwaukee 3–4 to kick off competition.
Men’s and women’s track and field dominated the competition in the Private School Championships last weekend and are looking to carry that momentum into the upcoming Illinois Wesleyan Triangular.
The wrestling squad will head across town to Elmhurst in hopes of repeating as Al Hanke Invitational champions.
The men’s and women’s track and field team broke in their newly finished indoor track with a convincing victory at the Phoenix Invitational.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams will host the Phoenix Invitational to kick off the indoor season.
Women’s basketball competes in the Manchester Tournament this weekend.
The women’s cross country team placed third at regionals to receive an at-large bid to the national championship. The men’s side fell short of qualifying with the exception of Michael Frasco.
Maroons look to kick off national championship campaign at Regionals
Men’s and women’s swimming and diving both suffered losses to Wash U in their only UAA dual meet of the season.
The men’s and women’s swim and dive teams face off against Wash U in Chicago’s third meet of the season.
Women’s soccer sweeps final home conference weekend with wins over NYU and Brandeis.
After their first meet against Denison last week, the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams take on Wheaton this Saturday.
Chicago men’s soccer falls to UW-Whitewater in overtime, 0–1, in first lost of October.
Chicago women’s soccer beat Rochester and tied Case Western over the weekend.
Women’s soccer faces doubleheader on the road to continue conference play.
Chicago men’s tennis cruises to individual national title and doubles fourth place
Chua, Sabada, and Liu all won some matches at the ITA Championships toward the end of this week.
Chicago volleyball plays two games tonight after winning a tournament last weekend.
Women’s soccer drops to 9–2 after tough conference defeat.
Multiple Maroons men’s tennis players came out victorious at the ITA Championships.
Chicago volleyball hosted the Gargoyle Classic at home last weekend and readies itself for the first UAA Round Robin in Atlanta this weekend.
Chicago’s XS Tennis club unveiled plans to construct a 22-acre facility in Washington Park, to be completed spring 2015.
Day 1 of outdoor track and field National Championships saw Michael Bennett with a second-place finish in the pole vault and Brianna Hickey narrowly missing finals competition.
This weekend, third-year Deepak Sabada, third-year Megan Tang, and first-year Tiffany Chen will all head to Claremont, CA to compete in the NCAA DIII Individual Championships.
The Keeler Invite at North Central provided the second-to-last opportunity for Maroon track and field athletes to qualify for NCAAs.
The track and field teams will have their penultimate chance to qualify for Nationals at the North Central College Dr. Keeler Invite this Thursday.
Chicago men’s tennis lost its first UAA tournament match but won the next two, finishing fifth in the conference.
With a season that hasn’t followed lofty preseason expectations, the baseball team is looking to end 2014 on a strong note and salvage a thus-far disappointing season.
This week, the men’s tennis team prepares to venture to the UAA Championships in Altamonte Springs, FL and looks to add a few more achievements to its already impressive season.
Chicago’s men’s and women’s track and field team both finished second at Wheaton this past weekend.
The Maroons men’s tennis squad played a few ranked teams and came away with one victory on the weekend.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams look to keep their momentum as they come off their indoor season and head further into the outdoor season.
Men’s tennis continues its season this Friday as it takes on conference foe Case Western here in Hyde Park.