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NFL storylines after the first four games

Andrew Ford, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2019

The first quarter of the 2019 NFL season has passed and the league is as polarizing as ever. One division has four teams with the same record. Backup quarterbacks are taking the league by storm, and, of course, the New England Patriots are dominating everyone.  Who are the Cleveland Browns this season?  ...

Football continues with winning streak and earns honors

Football continues with winning streak and earns honors

Shreya Ramani, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2019

This past weekend, Case Western Reserve University’s football team looked to remain undefeated when they traveled to Greenville, South Carolina to play against PAC rival Thiel College. With their 37-6 win, the team improved their standing in the season and conference, as they improved to a 3-0 in th...

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...

The Ohio State University football, four weeks in

The Ohio State University football, four weeks in

Ryan Yoo, Director of Design

September 27, 2019

So far into the 2019 season, the Buckeyes seem to be doing pretty well. They have had a four-game win streak and have seemed to settle into their groove. The team’s direction this season is uncertain yet exciting, especially considering this is the first season without the team’s legendary co...

Women’s volleyball is waiting for the tide to change

Andrew Ford, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2019

The Case Western Reserve University women’s volleyball team’s rough stretch continued this past weekend.  In the first UAA matches of the season, the Spartans fell to Washington University in St. Louis (WashU), University of Chicago and New York University (NYU). CWRU faced the first two ...

Fourth-year football player reminisces on final season at CWRU

Fourth-year football player reminisces on final season at CWRU

Nicholas Kamlet, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2019

Adam Zybko is a fourth-year tight end on the Case Western Reserve University football team. Over his four seasons, he has seen action in 30 games, accumulating 318 yards and one touchdown. Zybko has also received accolades of UAA Fall All-Academic recognition and Fall 2018 PAC Academic Honor Roll. H...

Men’s Cross Country demonstrates depth while at Allegheny

Men’s Cross Country demonstrates depth while at Allegheny

Chris Heermann, Photo Editor

September 20, 2019

Coming off an outstanding third-place finish at the Calvin Invitational, the Case Western Reserve University Men’s cross country team traveled to Allegheny College for the Allegheny Cross Country Classic last weekend, and registered another third-place finish. This is especially impressive consideri...

CWRU men’s tennis make their mark

Medha Nayak, Sports Editor

September 20, 2019

This weekend, the men’s tennis team opened their season at the Villanova Invitational. The tournament lasted three days, from Sept. 13-15, and took place in Pennsylvania. This is the first time that the Spartans have competed in this tournament. The Invitational featured a number of Division I ten...

The women’s team perseveres

Medha Nayak

September 20, 2019

This weekend, the women’s tennis team faced very tough competition at the Kenyon Invitational at Kenyon College. The Spartans played top-ranked Division III teams in Gambier, Ohio. The women’s tennis team finished with a doubles record of 6-3 and a singles score of 19-13. Third-year Trisha Sun...

Volleyball looks to reverse course, prepare for UAAs

Volleyball looks to reverse course, prepare for UAAs

Andrew Ford, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2019

It was a tough week for the Case Western Reserve University women’s volleyball team.  In their last five contests, the Spartans lost four, one against University of Mount Union and three at the DoubleTree Invitational at Carnegie Mellon University. The match against Mount Union was one of the tea...

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