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With the NBA on hiatus, Go Maroons LIVE takes care of your basketball fix tonight, as Chicago takes on the University of Illinois-Chicago in an exhibition game on the West Side.
Tune in at 7 p.m. for our audio broadcast, available for free through a variety of players.
Two of the Maroons’ biggest and best nonconference foes come to Stagg Field today, as Chicago hosts a women’s and men’s soccer doubleheader starting at 4 p.m. Central.
It’s been raining all day, so we’ll be working our coverage around the conditions. Tune in for more on Go Maroons LIVE. It’s a day of soccer you won’t want to miss.
Join us for Chicago vs. Elmhurst at 4 p.m. Central, in the home debut of the 4-1-1 Maroons.
Claire Mackevicius had a lovely touch in the box to open herself for the game-winning goal last Sunday. (Photo by Dave Hilbert)
The Maroons return home for Game 4, taking on frequent postseason foe Aurora at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Don’t miss all the action on Go Maroons LIVE, starting at 1:45 p.m. Listen by computer or phone—and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brigette Kragie will be looked upon to help lead a multi-pronged Chicago attack in 2011. (Photo by Dave Hilbert)
Go Maroons LIVE kicks off its 2011 schedule of University of Chicago soccer broadcasts with Sunday’s women’s soccer game against Dominican. Updated listen links are available by visiting the Go Maroons landing page.
Having already downed Wash U twice, for the first time in program history, Chicago now looks to make it official tonight. A Final Four berth in Bloomington, Ill., is at stake.
Despite some recent injuries that have struck the Bears, there’s no doubt they’ll be as competitive as ever on the neutral court. And the Maroons themselves have a rested lineup that will look to exploit several advantages.
It’s a can’t-miss matchup tonight at 6 p.m. CT on Go Maroons LIVE!