Ryan Broekhoff scored 22 points, including six 3-pointers, to lead Valparaiso to an 86-61 victory over conference foe Illinois-Chicago on Tuesday night.
Terrell Parks had 19 points and 11 rebounds and Ceola Clark added 14 points and eight assists to lead Western Illinois to a 70-54 victory against Illinois-Chicago on Tuesday night.
The University Of Illinois-Chicago men’s basketball team boasts eight wins already this year matching their total of all of last season.
Hayden Humes had 21 points to lead Illinois-Chicago to its sixth straight victory, an 81-43 win over Roosevelt, on Wednesday night.
Josh Crittle’s go-ahead basket with 53 seconds remaining helped UIC win against NU.
Hayden Humes scored 18 points and Daniel Barnes added 11 points and eight rebounds to lead Illinois-Chicago to a 58-46 victory against Northern Illinois 58-46 on Tuesday night.
James Haarsma scored 18 points and Ryan Allen 17 to lead Milwaukee to a 68-55 win against cold-shooting Illinois-Chicago on Tuesday night in the opening round of the Horizon League tournament.
Roosevelt Jones had 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead Butler to its fifth consecutive win, 69-44 over Illinois-Chicago on Tuesday night.
Ben Averkamp scored 17 points, leading five Loyola of Chicago players in double figures, and the Ramblers won their first Horizon League game of the season by beating Illinois-Chicago 78-69 on Saturday.
Jeremy Montgomery made four 3-pointers and led four teammates in double figures with 14 points as Cleveland State beat Illinois-Chicago 70-42 on Sunday.
Julius Mays scored 33 points, including a school-record 19 of 20 free throws, to lead Wright State to a 69-63 victory over Illinois-Chicago on Wednesday night.
Daniel Barnes had 18 points and Gary Talton scored 16 to lift Illinois-Chicago to a 58-51 victory over Loyola of Chicago on Saturday.
Marc Brown scored 15 points Saturday to lead Illinois-Chicago to a 62-55 victory over win-less Northern Illinois.
Kyle Kelm scored 18 points and Milwaukee edged Illinois-Chicago 73-71 in overtime Saturday for its best start since 1992-93.
Marc Brown scored 24 points and Illinois-Chicago held on to beat Evansville 79-75 Wednesday night.
Darrin Williams had 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead Illinois-Chicago to a 59-42 win over Roosevelt Wednesday night.
It’s an idea that makes a lot of sense, but has never gained any steam. Why don’t all of the Chicago-area college basketball teams play each other in a yearly challenge?