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Soccer falls to NYU

Soccer falls to NYU

David Chang, Staff Reporter

October 11, 2019

Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams played against New York University teams, with the women’s team losing 1-0 in double overtime and the men’s team losing 3-0 in their opening UAA games. In the women’s game, the Spartans’ crucial chance to score came off of a free kick at the end...

Women’s soccer steamrolls towards UAA competition

October 4, 2019

Although Nick Chubb’s 88 yard touchdown was an impressive demonstration of speed, another force to be reckoned with is the Case Western Reserve University’s women’s soccer team. The Spartans stay undefeated for their last week of regular season play, picking up wins against Kenyon College an...

Women continue winning while men split games

David Chang, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2019

The Chinese believe that seven represents Yin, Yang and the Five Elements. Some consider seven to be lucky because it’s God’s number. Apparently the Spartans also believe that because that’s how many wins the women’s team have. The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team extend...

Women’s soccer continues scorching hot start

Women’s soccer continues scorching hot start

David Chang, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2019

The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team remained undefeated this weekend, improving their record to 6-0-0. The Spartans had another shutout at home, beating Albion College 4-0, and then traveling to Michigan and coming out on top against Adrian College 3-2 in overtime. The team’s s...

Passion for life drives second-year club soccer player

Passion for life drives second-year club soccer player

Nicholas Kamlet, Staff Reporter

April 12, 2019

This week the Athlete Spotlight is focusing on second-year club soccer player Naomi Kane, rather than a varsity athlete. She has played soccer ever since she can remember and loves spending time with others who share her passion. Kane also is a Chemistry 111 Supplemental Instruction leader where she gets ...

Women’s soccer ends season with heartbreaker

Sanjay Annigeri, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2018

The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team ended their season on a down note, suffering a 2-1 defeat at Carnegie Mellon University on Saturday, Nov. 3. Carnegie Mellon started off the scoring in the match with an early goal in the 10th minute by fourth-year forward Kaily Bruch. T...

Women’s soccer suffers two close defeats

Sanjay Annigeri, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2018

Last week, the Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team fought hard and persevered on the road against their University Athletic Association (UAA) rivals, University of Rochester and Emory University. But, ultimately they suffered setbacks with consecutive 2-1 defeats on Friday, Oct. 26...

Women’s soccer finishes strong at home with win over Oberlin

Women’s soccer finishes strong at home with win over Oberlin

Sanjay Annigeri, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2018

The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team ended the home schedule of their season on a high note, with a 3-0 win over Oberlin College on Friday, Oct. 19. The match against Oberlin was headlined by third-year forward Kimberly Chen. She opened up the Spartans’ scoring in the 26th minut...

Women’s soccer records offensive outburst against Allegheny College

Sanjay Annigeri, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2018

The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team displayed their offensive firepower last week at home with a commanding 3-0 win against Allegheny College on Tuesday, Oct. 2. However, the team faced a setback with a 2-0 loss to New York University (NYU) on Saturday, Oct. 6. The match against A...

Women’s soccer opens UAA season with road loss to No. 12 Brandeis

Sanjay Annigeri, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2018

The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team opened up their University Athletic Association (UAA) season with one thing in mind: revenge. The team had suffered a conference season-opening loss to Brandeis University last year. However, they were unable to avenge themselves, as the No. ...

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