Posts categorized "College"

The Kasparov Chess Foundation's collegiate team event drew more than 500 players from 72 universities, representing 24 countries from all continents… Read More »
Webster University claimed clear first with 8/9 in the first-ever virtual Pan-Ams and will join SLU, UT-RGV and Texas Tech in the Final Four.Read… Read More »
The KCF tournament is open to teams from colleges and universities from all over the world, planned for February 6-7, 2021.Read More »
The Dallas school has won the annual online match versus the University of Belgrade eight times.Read More »
The 2020 U.S. Collegiate Rapid & Blitz Championships will be held September 26-27 online at, and entry is free to all current college… Read More »
US Chess recently received a bequest to support the continued development of chess players between the age of 18 and 21. The endowed fund will be...… Read More »
The US Chess Federation is pleased to announce the 2020 Annual Award recipients. Congratulations to all of these individuals and organizations who… Read More »
The 2020 U.S. Cadet (Invitational) Championship has been canceled and will not be rescheduled. This step has been taken by the event organizer, the… Read More »
Texas Tech chalked up the only 6-0 at the 66th consecutive Pan-American Collegiate Team Championships. This makes the second PanAms title collected… Read More »
In the 14th annual meeting of their 16-board match, the University of Texas at Dallas chess team defeated a team from the University of Belgrade on… Read More »

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