Swimming and Diving

Swimming and Diving

Roundup: Hiltzik in rare company

 

FLUSHING, N.Y. —  Amer Delic was the first Illinois men’s tennis player to reach the ITA National Indoor Championship final in 2002.

Soccer shut out; Porada wins race

 

CHAMPAIGN — Illinois outshot No. 10 Michigan but couldn’t capitalize on its scoring opportunities and lost 2-0 Friday night in a Big Ten women’s soccer match at Illinois Soccer Stadium.

Happy Birthday, Craig Virgin!

Illini Legends, Lists & Lore

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Illinois team grades

Baseball: B
Comment: NCAA tournament team won 35 games, most since 2000

Football: D-
Comment: Task one: End that 14-game Big Ten losing streak

Men’s basketball: B
Comment: Inconsistent bunch proved they belonged in NCAAs

Men’s cross-country: B
Comment: Big Ten finish of fourth was program’s best in 16 years

Illinois team-by-team breakdown

Baseball
High point: Receiving Big Ten’s only at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.
Low point: Losing NCAA elimination game after entering ninth inning with 3-2 lead.
Big Ten finish: T-5th
What’s next: Plenty of holes to fill in field, but starting rotation returns intact.

Football

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Illinois Year in Review

TOP MALE ATHLETES

1. Justin Parr, baseball. Big Ten Player of the Year and first-team All-American taking sweet swing to pros.

2. Jesse Delgado, wrestling. Sophomore Big Ten champion became first Illini to win an NCAA title at 125 pounds.

3. Fred Hartville, gymnastics. Proving Big Ten vault title was no fluke, freshman repeated feat at NCAA Championships.

Illlini Year in Review 2013

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Survey says!

For graduation weekend, we reached out to one athlete from every University of Illinois sport for their take on the college scene. Here's what they had to say.

Workhorse Johnson climbs career chart

CARBONDALE — Senior Kevin Johnson moved into fourth place on Illinois’ career innings-pitched list, leading the Illini to a 4-1 nonconference baseball victory against Southern Illinois on Friday.

Johnson fanned four and limited SIU to seven hits in eight scoreless innings.

“Kevin Johnson did an outstanding job today,” UI coach Dan Hartleb said.