Posts categorized "College"

The coach of the University of Texas at Dallas chess team, Rade Milovanovic, has announced that he will retire in January. Milovanovic joined the UT… Read More »
IM Praveen Balakrishnan and Andy Huang, both of Virginia, Photo Henk Prinsloo All three of the junior Champion of Champions had to win as Black in… Read More »
This year's U.S. Junior Championship is incredibly strong, consisting of a field where half the players are grandmasters. Who will prove to be the… Read More »
Atulya Vaidya, 2018 US Junior Open Champion Atulya Vaidya, 18, of Texas won clear first in the US Junior Open, held from June 22-24 in New Orleans...… Read More »
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UT-RGV) Villanova and Michigan’s Monday night tip-off for the NCAA national round ball championship generated… Read More »
Rosters are set for the Final Four of College Chess, set for 3/31/18-4/1/18 at the Marshall Chess Club in New York City. Al Lawrence will be… Read More »
Every year in the month of February, the Southwest Collegiate Championship, a one-day rapid tournament showcases the region’s universities and chess… Read More »
Are you a chess player and a scholar? If you're a US Chess member, and a high school junior or senior, please apply for the 2018 Scholar-Chessplayer… Read More »
BayAreaChess hosted another memorable US Amateur Team West Championship at the Santa Clara Convention Center this past President’s Day weekend.Read… Read More »
Rochelle Ballantyne leapt into the chess community’s collective consciousness with the 2012 release of Brooklyn Castle, a documentary that chronicled… Read More »

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