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    Former Standout Jay DeMerit Announces Retirement From Pro Soccer

    M. Soccer | 7/24/2014

    UIC men's soccer alum Jay DeMerit officially announced his retirement from professional soccer on Thursday, bringing his 10-year career to a close. DeMerit played in a total of 284 games during his tenure with Watford FC and Vancouver Whitecaps FC, while also making 26 appearances as a member of the U.S. national team.

    Top Flames Moment: Men's Tennis Wins Senior Day against Youngstown ...

    General Release | 7/24/2014

    UIC closed out regular season competition with a win over Youngstown State. The Flames defeated the Penguins 4-3 at the Flames Outdoor Tennis Courts. Prior to the matches, UIC recognized seniors Alexander Raa and Alan Reifer.

    Former Flame Courtney Heeley Selected to Join USA Team Handball

    Softball | 7/23/2014

    Former UIC softball player Courtney Heeley was recently chosen to be a part of USA Team Handball following the Women's Residency Program tryouts at Auburn University's Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum in Auburn, Ala. Heeley was selected among 14 athletes in attendance and is the only known former UIC student-athlete to compete with USA Team Handball.

    Men's Soccer Unveils 2014 Schedule

    M. Soccer | 7/22/2014

    UIC head men's soccer coach Sean Phillips announced the release of the Flames' 2014 schedule on Tuesday. UIC will host a total of 10 matches at Flames Field, including exhibitions against Saint Louis and Bradley, and is set to take on six 2013 NCAA Tournament participants.

    UIC Basketball Adds Fifth-Year Transfer Jay Harris from Wagner

    M. Basketball | 7/17/2014

    UIC Head Basketball Coach Howard Moore announced the addition of Jay Harris to the Flames' 2014-15 roster on Thursday afternoon. Harris, a fifth-year transfer student from Wagner, has immediate eligibility and will attend graduate school at UIC for his final collegiate season.

    Curtis Granderson Holds All-Star Youth Event at UIC

    Baseball | 7/16/2014

    While most Major League Baseball players used the All-Star break to relax, UIC Hall-of-Famer and current New York Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson took advantage of the free time to host his Grand Kids Foundation All-Star Camp on Wednesday afternoon. More than 100 little leaguers participated in the event which was housed at the newly constructed Curtis Granderson Stadium on the campus of UIC.