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UChicago's 19 intercollegiate sports teams compete in the NCAA Division III, as part of the University Athletic Association. UChicago athletes not only excel in athletic competition, but also maintain an equal standard of excellence in academics. UChicago Athletics also encompasses intramural sports and a number of sports clubs that practice and compete in recreational facilities on campus, including the Ratner Athletics Center and the Henry Crown Field House.

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UChicago's 19 intercollegiate sports teams compete in the NCAA Division III, as part of the University Athletic Association. UChicago athletes not only excel in athletic competition, but also maintain an equal standard of excellence in academics. UChicago Athletics also encompasses intramural sports and a number of sports clubs that practice and compete in recreational facilities on campus, including the Ratner Athletics Center and the Henry Crown Field House.

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    The University of Chicago Aims of Athletics

    The University of Chicago Aims of Athletics

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    University of Chicago President Robert J. Zimmer and Vice President Karen Warren Coleman speak to scholar-athletes about varsity athletics at the University of Chicago. Athletic Director Erin McDermott delivers an "Aims of Athletics" address highlighting the past and present of collegiate athletics and the aims of UChicago Athletics.

    • 36 min
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    Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Class of 2011

    Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Class of 2011

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    The 9th Annual Athletics Hall of Fame Dinner and Induction Ceremony was held on October 21, 2011, as part of Homecoming Weekend. Tom Weingartner, director of athletics, offers opening remarks, followed by Kim Goff-Crews, vice president for campus life. Lester Munson serves as master of ceremonies and introduces the inductees to speak individually.

    Recipients included Pat Barry, Bob Fisher, Gene Ericksen, Ned Merriam, Renee Neuner, Keith Parsons, and Margaret Pizer. Inductees were selected by a committee composed of University of Chicago faculty, staff, alumni, and Athletics Hall of Fame members.

    • 1h 20 min

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