Illinois Year in Review: Memorable moments
Illinois quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase marries high school sweetheart Morgan in Kansas City, Mo., and has three Illini teammates serve as groomsmen.
Installation of new, bigger scoreboard in south end zone at Memorial Stadium is completed, along with lettering along facade of press box honoring past teams and retired numbers.
Illinois Street Jam takes place, showcasing men’s and women’s basketball teams on a temporary court during an outdoor season kickoff event at Green Street and Wright Street.
Illinois volleyball beats Ohio State 3-1 at Huff Hall and raises nearly $5,000 for the Mills Breast Cancer Institute in Urbana after pink jerseys the Illini wore are auctioned.
Michael Finke and Leron Black sign letters of intent to play basketball at Illinois, while Cliff Alexander picks Kansas over Illinois and Quentin Snider decommits from Illinois before picking Louisville.
Tim Beckman says he doesn’t plan on making any changes to his coaching staff despite a second consecutive losing season.
UI women’s basketball pulls an upset with a 61-51 win at Michigan State, the last win for the Illini as they end the season on an 11-game losing streak.
Kevin Duchene throws a three-hit shutout as the Illinois baseball team beats No. 23 Florida 6-0 on the Gators’ home field.
Construction starts on State Farm Center hours after Illinois loses 84-53 to Michigan in its worst loss of the season.
Athletes from several different sports model new uniforms and apparel that Illinois will wear this school year in Nike rebranding.
Illinois men’s track and field finds itself in last place after the first day of the Big Ten outdoor meet before surging up the leaderboard and finishing in second.
Future Illini men’s basketball player D.J. Williams averages 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists in helping Chicago Simeon win a championship at the MPAC Elite International Tournament in Dubai.