Since the start of February, the UTD chess team has been working with its new head coach after the retirement of long-time coach Rade Milovanovic.
Julio Sadorra, a UTD alumnus … Read More
After 20 years with the UTD chess team, coach Rade Milovanovic is retiring.
Before the season began in the fall of 2018, Milovanovic notified the team he would be retiring … Read More
After performing well at the past few competitions, the UTD chess team failed to qualify for the finals at the Pan-American Intercollegiate Team Chess Championship.
The annual competition … Read More
Throughout its 21 years, the UTD chess program has evolved through improving recruitment processes to keep up with the increasing competitiveness in the American collegiate chess scene.
Just … Read More
Coach Rade Milovanovic started working with the UTD Chess team in 1999, when there were only two players on the team carrying the highest title competitive chess has to … Read More
Chess grandmaster wins final match of U.S. Open tournament with lightning speed in five minutes
In the final tiebreaker of the 2014 U.S. Open chess tournament, the two opponents concentrated, … Read More
Grandmaster Julio Sadorra sat across the board from Webster University’s Fidel Corrales of Cuba in the Frick Laboratory at Princeton University waiting to land the upper hook in the … Read More
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