Chicago Maroons men's basketball

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The Chicago Maroons men's basketball team is an NCAA Division III college basketball team competing in the University Athletic Association.wikipedia
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The Chicago Maroons men's basketball team is an NCAA Division III college basketball team competing in the University Athletic Association.
The first intercollegiate match using the modern rule of five players per side is often credited as a game between the University of Chicago and the University of Iowa, in Iowa City, Iowa, on January 18, 1896.

Horace Butterworth

However, during the 1895-96 season the team added a head coach by the name of Horace Butterworth.
Horace C. Butterworth (December 3, 1868 – December 8, 1939) was the first head coach for the Chicago Maroons men's basketball team, the fourth head football coach for the Northwestern Wildcats baseball team as well as the fourth head coach for the Temple Owls football team.

Joseph Raycroft

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Childs would coach the Maroons through the 1905-06 season, turning the position over to Joseph Raycroft who would guide the team to four Big Ten Conference championships (then known as the Western Conference), and the 1907, 1908, and 1909 teams were all retroactively named national champions by the Helms Athletic Foundation; his 1909 team was also retroactively named the national champion by the Premo-Porretta Power Poll.
In his four seasons as coach, the Chicago Maroons compiled an overall record of 66 wins and 7 losses.

Wilfred Childs

Wilfred Childs became the head coach of the Maroons for this newly developed team that finished the season with seven wins and zero losses, beating teams by an average score of 45 to 11.
He led the University of Chicago to an undefeated season in 1903–04 and coached two seasons for the Maroons men's basketball team.

Tony Hinkle

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Hinkle captained the Chicago Maroons basketball team for two seasons was twice selected as an All-American, in 1919 and 1920.

Gerald Ratner Athletics Center

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Home games are played at the Gerald Ratner Athletics Center, located on the University of Chicago's campus in Chicago.

Amos Alonzo Stagg

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Finally, in 1903 the program was reinstated and, with the Western Conference backing a conference champion, a varsity schedule was developed by athletic director Stagg.

Bartlett Gymnasium

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The top floor contains the main gymnasium measuring 75 feet by 195 feet, that could be utilized for men's physical education courses as well as being the facility for the Chicago Maroons men's basketball team to compete.

Men's Gymnasium (University of Chicago)

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The primary use for the gymnasium was a location that could be utilized for men's and women's physical education courses as well as being the facility for the Chicago Maroons men's basketball team to compete.

Henry Crown Fieldhouse

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Under the direction of architects Holabird & Root, the field house was built as a replacement for Bartlett Gymnasium to be the home of the Chicago Maroons men's basketball team, as well as an indoor practice facility with a dirt infield that was utilized for football and baseball practices.

NCAA Division III

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The Chicago Maroons men's basketball team is an NCAA Division III college basketball team competing in the University Athletic Association.

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The Chicago Maroons men's basketball team is an NCAA Division III college basketball team competing in the University Athletic Association.

University of Chicago

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Home games are played at the Gerald Ratner Athletics Center, located on the University of Chicago's campus in Chicago.

1893–94 Chicago Maroons men's basketball team

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The Maroons history in basketball dates to the 1893-94 season in which an organized team representing the university played a schedule of games primarily against YMCA opponents.

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The Maroons history in basketball dates to the 1893-94 season in which an organized team representing the university played a schedule of games primarily against YMCA opponents.

1895–96 Chicago Maroons men's basketball team

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However, during the 1895-96 season the team added a head coach by the name of Horace Butterworth.

Northwestern Wildcats

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Butterworth led the Maroons through two winning seasons and finish his tenure with 10 wins and only 4 losses before leaving Chicago to take on the role of athletic director and head baseball coach at Northwestern.

1896 Chicago vs. Iowa men's basketball game

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The game was played at Iowa City with the Maroons finishing victorious by a score of 15 to 12.

Iowa City, Iowa

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The game was played at Iowa City with the Maroons finishing victorious by a score of 15 to 12.