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Illinois men's rugby takes fifth place at Iowa tournament

By Edwin Hsieh April 10, 2016

Illinois rugby battles weather, injuries, and lack of sleep but manages to go 3-2 in Iowa over the weekend. #IlliniBy Edwin HsiehStaff writerThe sevens team — a sub group of the Illinois men's rugby...

Illini women's tennis goes 2-0 in Big Ten matchups

By Tim Griffin April 3, 2016

tweet: #Illini go 2-0 over the weekend against Big Ten opponentsThe Illinois women’s tennis team continued its most recent hot streak, having won five straight matches after a 2-0 weekend. The...

Illinois gymnastics hit the road, face top competition

By James Boyd February 10, 2016

Despite that the Illinois men’s gymnastics team cruised past Temple and University of Illinois-Chicago this past Saturday, its head coach Justin Spring was not awestruck by his team’s season-high performance.For...

Illini men's gymnastics sneaks past conference foe, keeps perfect record intact

By James Boyd January 25, 2016

Three tenths.That was the difference between winning and losing for the Illinois men’s gymnastics team when it defeated IowaRB this past weekend to improve to 7-0RB on the season.Sophomore...

Michigan State's Eron Harris, left, is defended by Iowa's Dom Uhi during the first half at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center in East Lansing, Mich., on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016. Iowa won, 76-59. (Kirthmon F. Dozier/Detroit Free Press/TNS)

Iowa on its way to owning Big Ten in 2016

By Dan Escalona January 19, 2016

Tweet: Forget the Spartans, the Big Ten is Iowa’s to lose, writes college hoops columnist @danescalona77Football season may still be seven months away, but Iowa is making its best attempt at revenge...

Illinois gets close against Iowa

By Masaki Sugimoto October 12, 2015

Illinois was defeated by the Iowa Hawkeyes in a close away game.The Illini stayed in it the whole game, but costly turnovers and the inability to stop the run doomed the Illini

Wide receiver Geronimo Allison celebrates after catching the game-winning touchdown pass with 10 seconds left in Illinois' 14-13 win over Nebraska at Memorial Stadium on Oct. 3.

Illini football celebrates a different kind of win

By Peter Bailey-Wells October 4, 2015

print headline: Win over Huskers worthy of extra celebrationCelebrations in sports are funny things. They’re rarely for the sake of posterity — a spontaneous outburst isn’t about legacy.Illinois...

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to speak at UI

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to speak at UI

By Abigale Svoboda September 9, 2015

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack will visit campus Thursday to talk about the University’s role in agriculture and international food security.Prior to his lecture, Vilsack will visit an energy...

Coach Terri Sullivan celebrates after winning the game against Western at Eichelberger Field on Saturday, May 7, 2011.

Illinois softball head coach retires

By Masaki Sugimoto June 6, 2015

Terri Sullivan, the inaugural head coach for the Illinois softball program, has stepped down after 16 years at the helm. “I've always loved what I've done,” Sullivan said. “I say I've never worked...

Iowa fans weren't too thrilled when Orange Krush members pulled off their black and yellow garb to reveal orange at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa, on Wednesday. Krush chose Thursday's game against the Hawkeyes for its annual road trip.

Orange Krush embarked on its annual road trip, taking in a loss at Iowa

February 27, 2015

Much like Illinois’ 2014-15 basketball season, Wednesday’s Orange Krush road trip to watch the Illini take on Iowa in Iowa City didn’t exactly go according to plan. And I’m not just referring...

Illinois' Malcolm Hill draws a foul after a pump-fake against Hampton at State Farm Center on Dec. 17. Hill will be key if Illinois wants to beat Ohio State's 2-3 zone on Saturday. 

Hill will be key against Ohio State

January 3, 2015

At press conferences, Rayvonte Rice often likes to reinforce one of his head coach’s many mantras. “We take it one game at a time,” the senior Illini guard usually says, which is often accompanied...

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