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Men’s tennis wins four out of six during busy week

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter
March 24
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Over spring break, the Spartans played six matches and won four of them during a busy week on the road. Case Western Reserve University played in Claremont, California from March 12-15. During the week, the team played three non-tournament matches as well as three matches in the Stag-Hen Invitational. T...

Baseball riding high after weekend sweep

Baseball riding high after weekend sweep

Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter
March 24
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Top Stories

The Case Western Reserve University baseball team won all three games this past weekend to push their season-high winning streak to four games. The Spartans posted wins against University of Rochester and Washington College on Saturday and followed that up with another win against Rochester on Sunday...

Baseball swept in opening series

Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter
March 3
Filed under Baseball, Sports

The Case Western Reserve University baseball team began their season this past weekend with three games against Shenandoah University, dropping all three games to fall to 0-3 on the young season. In the first game of the season, the Spartans fell 13-6 to the sixth-ranked Hornets. The Spartans w...

UAA changes baseball and softball conference scheduling

UAA changes baseball and softball conference scheduling

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor
February 24
Filed under Baseball, Softball, Sports

Consistent temperatures in the 50s can only mean that spring is just around the corner. And with the start of spring comes the start of the baseball and softball seasons. In preparation for the new season, Spartan fans may have discovered something different about the schedules for both teams. The a...

No Joy in Cleveland

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor
November 4
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Cleveland fans are used to heartbreak. But nothing could’ve prepared them for this. The Chicago Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in 10 innings at Progressive Field to win the World Series in one of the most dramatic Game 7’s of all time. It is the Cubs’ first championship in 108 years. ...

Could the Indians be next?

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter
October 14
Filed under Baseball, Cleveland Sports, Sports

The city of champions is looking to continue its success this year, but in a different sport. The Cleveland Indians defied many experts’ expectations and won the American League Central division this season, with the Detroit Tigers coming in second eight games behind. Now, the Indians have won t...

Baseball Swept Out of Division III Regionals

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor
June 1
Filed under Baseball, Sports

A blowout was not the way the baseball team wanted to end their season, but that was the case as they were eliminated from the NCAA Division III Championships on May 19 after losing to third-ranked Trinity University 10-0 in Spokane, Wash. The loss was the second for Case Western Reserve University in t...

Powerful Offense and Strong Pitching Lead to Victory in Season Finale

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor
April 29
Filed under Baseball, Sports

On a chilly day at Progressive Field, the Spartans used a late offensive surge and strong starting pitching to defeat the John Carroll University (JCU) Blue Streaks 6-1 on Tuesday in their season finale. Though it was Senior Day for Case Western Reserve University, third-year starter Jake Shields stole the ...

Wild wins and reaching records

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor
April 22
Filed under Baseball, Softball, Sports, Tennis, Track and Field

Despite the harsh conditions for most of the spring semester, Spartans still competed in six varsity sports: men’s and women’s track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, baseball and softball, compiling a total record of 73-41. Though women’s tennis is the only team to have finished the regul...

Spartans baseball hot heading into home stretch

Spartans baseball hot heading into home stretch

Billy Heyen, Staff Reporter
April 22
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Winning six games in a row is always a good thing; the Case Western Reserve University baseball team has recently done just that. Starting with two wins over Washington and Jefferson on Thursday, April 14, followed by two wins at Wooster on Saturday, April 16, a third win over Wooster on Sunday, ...

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