Matthew Schaefer

CONTRIBUTIONS

Whitmore wins title, Brizzolara overcomes injuries in championship letdown

At the Armory in New York City, Chris Hall’s squad (60 points) finished behind a quartet of conference rivals: Wash U (117), Carnegie Mellon (90), Emory (90), and NYU (75), in a surprising, and disappointing, weekend battle.

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February 28, 2012

It’s all on the (finish) line at UAA Championship

Chicago travels to The Armory in New York for this weekend’s UAA conference championships. They will face their fiercest competitor—Wash U—along with Emory, Case Western, Carnegie, Rochester, NYU, and Brandeis.

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February 24, 2012

Roster is key to Margaret Bradley Invite

The annual Margaret Bradley Invitational, which started in 2008, consecrates Bradley’s contributions to Chicago athletics.

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February 17, 2012

Injuries hamper Maroons in Naperville

The Maroons finished seventh with 34 points, behind Carthage, UIC, Chicago State, Lewis, St. Francis, and the dominant North Central, which amassed 195 points.

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February 14, 2012

Maroons finish in the middle of the pack at Whitewater

The Chicago men finished sixth out of seven teams at Whitewater, while the women finished fourth out of six teams.

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February 6, 2012

DIII superpowers assemble at Whitewater

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February 2, 2012

Duals sweep puts season back on track

Although the Maroons’ 9–0 sweep at Henry Crown Field House was not shocking at all, it was by no means guaranteed.

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January 31, 2012

Dual meet hosts ten teams, head-to-head match-ups

Ten teams—eight from the Chicagoland area, Beloit (WI), and St. Ambrose (IA)—will face off in Saturday’s meet at the Henry Crown Field House.

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January 27, 2012

Inaugural I-55 Tri goes awry

Forget the score. On the surface, Saturday’s Illinois Wesleyan Triangular was a blowout: The Maroons were dominated. Wash U: 138, IWU: 118, Chicago: a mere 68. But at this point, it’s not all about winning, or even coming close.

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January 24, 2012

Oshkosh dominates season opener

It was not surprising that the Titans won every event in which both teams competed, except for the 3,000-meter run, which featured a winning performance by third-year Billy Whitmore and a third-place finish by fourth-year Moe Bahrani.

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January 20, 2012