Chicago
Chicago Maroons
2016 Men's Schedule
Overall: 17-1-2 - Conference: 5-0-2
9/1 at Dominican W, 4-0 BX
9/3 vs. Texas-Dallas W, 1-0 BX
9/7 at Knox W, 1-0 BX
9/9 at North Park W, 3-0 BX
9/13 vs. Wheaton (Ill.) W, 2-0 BX
9/16 at Elmhurst W, 4-1 BX
9/18 vs. Wartburg W, 3-0 BX RC
9/21 at North Central (Ill.) W, 4-0 BX RC
9/24 vs. Rose-Hulman W, 2-0 BX RC RC
9/27 at Carthage W, 6-2 BX RC
10/1 at Emory * • W, 2-0 BX RC RC
10/8 vs. Rochester * • W, 2-1 BX RC
10/14 vs. Brandeis * • W, 2-1 BX RC RC
10/16 vs. New York University * • W, 5-0 BX RC
10/23 vs. Aurora W, 3-0 BX RC
10/28 at Case Western Reserve * • T, 0-0 BX RC RC
10/30 at Carnegie Mellon * • W, 2-0 BX RC RC
11/5 at Washington U. * • T, 0-0 BX RC RC
11/13 vs. Westminster (Mo.) W, 4-0 BX RC RC
11/19 vs. Redlands L, 3-2 BX RC RC RC RC

(* Conference; • Region)
Coach: Mike Babst (Boston '99)
Conference: UAA
Region: Central
Enrollment: 5134
Location: Chicago, IL
Colors: Maroon, White
Official Site: Men | Women

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2016 Men's Standings
Chicago 5-0-2 17-1-2
Carnegie Mellon 3-2-2 13-4-2
Brandeis 3-2-2 13-6-4
Emory 3-3-1 10-5-1
New York University 3-4-0 9-8-2
Washington U. 2-3-2 10-4-3
Rochester 2-3-2 9-5-3
Case Western Reserve 0-4-3 5-9-4
Which men's team is the biggest story of the first month of the 2017 season?
Drew (10-0-1) - best September record in program history, bettering that of the glory days of 2001, 2002, and 2003
Loras (4-5-0) - five losses and losing record is worst start since beginning 4-5-0 in 2001
Heidelberg (8-0-0) - best season since 1999 when they went 10-0-0 in non-conference play
Ohio Wesleyan (6-4-0) - first 4-loss September since 2001 when reached the Final Four after 3-5-0 start
John Carroll (9-0-1) - unbeaten thru 10 with wins over Kenyon & Ohio Wesleyan, best season since 2001's 15-1-0 reg. season
St. Lawrence (4-4-2) - worst opening month since 2005 when fourth win only came on Oct. 8
Johns Hopkins (11-0-0) - turn back the clock 10 years with perfect September just as in 2007
other
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