The Final Four of College chess is venerable, going back in an uninterrupted annual series to 1946. But again this year, combat for the US…
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The Final four of college chess head to New York City this weekend, where four teams will fight for the President’s Cup at the historic…
The 2017 University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley’s Spring Break IM-norm tournament is currently underway in Brownsville, Texas. Follow along on the tournament website and find…
Just over a year ago, the directors and coaches of the top three collegiate chess programs in Texas, including Texas Tech University, the University of…
The #8 article in Best of US Chess 2016 is Joshua Colas: His Journey So Far by Daaim Shabazz. Judges praised the engaging and inspirational story, chronicling…
The Scholar-Chessplayer Awards target high school juniors and seniors who excel in academics, chess, and leadership.
It’s true that St. Louis U. is the new super-squad on the block in the Gateway City. But neighboring Webster University made it clear this week that GM Susan Polgar’s protégés are still the Big Dogs In Charge.
In addition, Webster, Saint Louis University, Texas Tech, and UT-Dallas qualify for Final Four of College Chess.
The biggest crowd of college players in more than 30 years assembled at the Hilton New Orleans Airport Hotel on Tuesday for the start of…
Largest PanAms in More Than 30 Years Makes It Big But Not Easy in New Orleans! 60 teams compete, including a new powerhouse from Saint Louis University.
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