soccer claimed its first UAA title with a 14-4 overall record
(5-2 in the UAA). The team made it to the NCAA Division III regional
semifinals before being defeated by Ohio Wesleyan. Women's soccer
posted a 6-11 overall record. Several players earned honors. Fourth-year
midfielder Pat Barry was the first men's soccer player to be named
to a NCAA Division III All-America Team, with a position on the
Third Team. Fourth-year defender Liz Gimson was selected for the
NCAA Division III All-Central Region Team.
football posted a 6-3 overall record, its fifth straight winning
season. The Maroons were 1-3 in UAA play. Sixteen players were
named to the All-University Athletic Association First and Second
Teams. First Team selections included defensive tackle Arlen
Wiley, tackle Rick Lloyd, tight end Adam Cushing, and wide receiver
Brian Gutbrod, all fourth-years, as well as third-year quarterback
Josh Dunn and second-year wideout Jim Raptis.
U of C runners competed in the NCAA Division III Men's and Women's
Cross Country Championships in November, and two earned All-America
recognition. Second-years Tom Haxton and Patrick Sullivan finished
29th and 81st, respectively, earning Haxton an All-American
citation. Third-year Wendy Sullivan merited All-American status
by placing 25th.
wrestling team ranked fifth out of 25 in the NCAA Division III
in a January poll conducted by the National Wrestling Coaches
Association. At 141 pounds, fourth-year J. R. Moore ranked eighth
in his weight class.