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The university offers 10 men's and 11 women's varsity sports.
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The University operates a of athletic facilities, including Memorial Stadium for footballthe State Farm Center for both men's and women's basketballIllinois Field for baseballthe ARC Pool for women's swimming and divingthe Atkins Tennis Center for men's and women's tennisEichelberger Field for softballHuff Hall for men's and women's gymnasticswomen's volleyball and men's wrestlingDemirjian Park for women's soccer and for men's and women's outdoor track and fieldthe Atkins Golf Club at the University of Illinois for men's and women's golfthe University of Illinois Arboretum for cross country and the University of Illinois Armory for men's and women's indoor track and field.
The University of Illinois official team name is the Fighting Illini.
The term 'Illini', in relation to campus activities, appears to be first mentioned in Januarywhen the weekly newspaper changed its name from The Student to The Illini. An editorial in the first edition of the renamed newspaper indicated that Illini was a new term. During the late 19th century and beginning of the 20th century, it was used to refer to the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the University, as well as to the campus as a whole.
Many NCAA and High School mascots bearing reference to first nation people have changed their names, however, the University of Illinois maintains its position that the Illini nickname does not refer to the first nation inhabitants of the same land. The term Illini referring to the universities athletic teams seems to dia from secondhand s of the athletic teams. The earliest reference in the Illio yearbook appears to be one mention in the summary of the football season.
The term was more widely used in the s especially during the, and football seasons. The Daily Illini and football programs prior to these dates do not extensively cite the term and also used the terms "Indians," "our men," "Orange and Blue," and the "homecomers". The term Fighting Illini first appeared in a January 29, newspaper article describing the basketball team's effort during a game versus Purdue.
By March 3,the athletic teams appeared to have earned the Fighting Illini nickname as a formal appellation evidenced in a newspaper report. Inevidence suggested Fighting Illini was first dating in as part of a fundraising campaign for construction of Memorial Stadiumbut articles discovered in show it was first Peoria in It was then used in newspaper articles, football programs and other publications eventually becoming the official name.
Through the end of the —14 seasonIllinois ranks 11th all-time in winning percentage and 14th all-time in wins among all NCAA Division I men's college basketball programs. Fighting Illini women's basketball began play in The team won the Big Ten championship. The Fighting Illini women's cross country team began play in Illinois won an individual NCAA championship in The University of Illinois has been selected for national championship titles for their accomplishments in five seasons, by NCAA-deated major selectors, often using mathematical algorithms.
Boand but as recently as this was not mentioned officially by the school. The men's golf team play their home matches on the Atkins Golf Club at the University of Illinois five miles from the university's campus, and are currently led by head coach Mike Small. The Fighting Illini women's golf team began play in The Fighting Illini women's gymnastics team began play in The team won three Big Ten Championships inand The Fighting Illini women's soccer team began play in The team won two Big Ten Championships in and They have made twelve NCAA Tournaments appearances in,,, and The team has four sweet sixteen appearances in,and one elite eight appearance in The Fighting Illini softball team began play in The current head coach is Tyra Perry.
The Fighting Illini women's swimming and diving team began play in The team had individual NCAA champions in,,,,, and The Illinois men's tennis program was founded inbut Peoria enjoyed most of its success in recent years. They have also won two ITA National Team Indoor Championships and lost in the championship match three other times dating, The Fighting Illini women's tennis team began play in The women's tennis team has made 13 NCAA Tournament appearances in,,,and In addition, the team carries a total of 29 Big Dia Championships.
The Fighting Illini women's track and field team began play in The outdoor track and field team won the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women national championship   and six Big Ten Championships in, and Women's volleyball started in Inthe program broke its home attendance record, averaging 3, per match. He replaced Jim Heffernan, who retired in Huff Hall is the current home arena seating approximately 4, References: Men's basketball,  Men's fencing,   Men's hockey,   Men's polo,   Men's soccer,  Men's water polo  .
Illinois fencing won National Championships in and Fencing was dropped as a varsity sport in Dia swimming Peoria diving was dropped as a varsity sport inbut were Big Ten Champions inand Club sports include men's ice hockeywomen's ice hockey, men's lacrosse, rowingmen's and women's rugby, tennis, men's volleyballmen's and women's soccer, men's and women's ultimate frisbee, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's track and field, and men's and women's boxing.
Both the men's and women's boxing teams compete as part of the United States Intercollegiate Boxing Association. Illinois hosted the USIBA national championships inand the men's team won the and tournaments. The men's ice hockey team has played in the Division I Central States Collegiate Hockey League conference sincewhich is part of the American Collegiate Hockey Association ACHAwinning national championships in andwith runner-up finishes in and The Illini have experienced success in college rugbyincluding winning several Dating 10 championships in the s and reaching the national semifinals inand The men's wheelchair basketball team was founded in by Dr.
Timothy Nugent in response to a large of disabled veterans using the G. Bill to attend the University of Illinois.
Nugent later started a women's team in A total of 29 national championships are claimed between the men and women's teams. Founded inIllini Rowing is one of the youngest university rowing teams in the country. The Marching Illini is the marching band of the university. The Marching Illini is an organization which annually includes approximately students. The band primarily performs before, during, and after University of Illinois home football games.
The band also performs an indoor concert at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts featuring special lighting effects, performances by individual sections, and slightly pithy comic routines. The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music houses a collection of University Band recordings and performances and recording sessions from — Illinois Loyalty is the main school song of the university.
It was first performed on March 3, and is one of the oldest songs of its kind in the United States. The song was written by Thacher Howland Guildinstructor in rhetoric and a member of the band's solo cornet section.
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Oskee Wow-Wow is the official fight song of the University of Illinois. This version is played after first downs and touchdowns in footballand leading into time outs in basketball. Coincidentally, the buzzers at nearly every arena are in the same chord as the hold. For many years, the band started playing the song "from the top" toward the end of the warmup period in basketball. When conducted correctly, the "hold" is played just as the buzzer sounds.
The yell was modified in and The University has a of notable alumni and administrators in the world of athletics. From toChief Illiniwek was the symbol for the Fighting Illini. Chief Illiniwek was a Native American symbol portrayed by a white student.
Chief Illiniwek would perform during halftime at Illinois football and basketball games, wearing a feathered headdress and buckskin clothes, and dancing while the marching band played "Three in One", an arrangement of three original songs. It was customary for Illinois fans and attendees to raise their arms at the end of the halftime proceedings and, in unison, yell 'chief.
Inthe Chief was one of 18 mascots though Illiniwek was considered a symbol and not a mascot cited as "hostile or abusive" by the NCAA in a policy that banned schools from full participation in postseason activities as long as they continued to use such mascots. Debate about the Chief has continued to this day.
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The Fighting Illini are one of three Big Ten programs that do not have a mascot. The other two are the Wolverines and the Hoosiers.
In the student elections, the student body voted to for a preliminary proposal to adopt a new mascot, the belted kingfisher. The female belted kingfisher, who is "naturally true to the orange and blue", would be the first female mascot in the Big Ten. Main article: Illinois Fighting Illini baseball.
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