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October 14, 2010


Filed under Football, Soccer, Sports, Volleyball, Women's Soccer

Volleyball: The Spartans loss to No. 15 Heidelberg University last weekend, but bounced back to snag a victory over a host Muskingum University. CWRU (16-6) fell to the nationally ranked Student Princes 25-20, 25-17, 25-21. The Spartans split the tri-match with a victory against the Fighting Muskies, 21...

Spartans drop tough loss to NYU

Spartans drop tough loss to NYU

Kate Clancy, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2010


Filed under Men's Soccer, Soccer, Sports

The Case Western Reserve Universitymen’s soccer team suffered both a mentally and physically tough loss against New York University last Saturday, Oct. 10, 2-0. Although the Spartans had home field advantage, they could not connect with the back of the net against the Violets. The loss drops the Spartans...

Women’s soccer breaks streak, falls hard in Boston

Women’s soccer breaks streak, falls hard in Boston

Sonya Narla, Assistant Sports Editor

October 7, 2010


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Soccer

Despite a promising start to the 2010 season – and a previous victory over Brandeis last year – the Spartans fell well short this past weekend at Brandeis University. The kick off to their University Athletic Association conference schedule was disappointing with an unsettling final score, 5-1. Last...

Spartan men’s soccer dominates fourth straight game

Spartan men’s soccer dominates fourth straight game

Kate Clancy, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2010


Filed under Men's Soccer, Soccer, Sports

The Case Western Reserve University Spartans kicked off their University Athletic Association conference play against Brandeis University this past weekend. After coming off of an exhausting tie against nationally ranked No. 12 Ohio Wesleyan University, the Spartans traveled again to Brandeis and defeated...

Men’s Soccer Ends Slump with Win Against Heidelberg

Men’s Soccer Ends Slump with Win Against Heidelberg

Kate Clancy, Staff Reporter

September 30, 2010


Filed under Men's Soccer, Soccer, Sports

Case Western Reserve University’s men’s soccer team bounced back from a recent slump and pulled in a win against Heidelberg University. The Spartans defeated “The Berg” at home last Saturday 1-0, improving their overall record to 4-2-2. The Spartans are back in action on Saturday Oct. 2 against Br...

Levey sisters kick up pace for Spartans on the pitch

Sonya Narla, Assistant Sports Editor

September 23, 2010


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Soccer

In the past few games on the Spartan schedule, the Levey sisters have certainly made themselves known. Just this past Tuesday in the matchup against Baldwin Wallace, sophomore Deena Levey scored the second goal of the game and was assisted by none other than freshman Leah Levey. For the sisters, playing...

Another game slips away as CWRU men’s soccer falls to Oberlin 2-1

Kate Clancy, Staff Reporter

September 23, 2010


Filed under Men's Soccer, Soccer, Sports

Case Western Reserve University’s men’s soccer team lost for the second time this season this past Saturday, at Oberlin College, falling to 3-2-2 for the season. With two losses and a tie in the last three games, the Spartans are taking this week to practice and focus on getting back into possession...

Spartans split at ONU, suffer first loss

Spartans split at ONU, suffer first loss

Kate Clancy, Staff Reporter

September 16, 2010


Filed under Men's Soccer, Soccer, Sports

The Case Western Reserve University men’s soccer team kicked off their tournament weekend with a win, only to end it with a loss. Last weekend, the Spartans traveled three hours west to Ada, OH to compete in the Ohio Northern University adidas Invitational Tournament. In their first game on Friday...

Women’s soccer sweeps JCU Classic

Women’s soccer sweeps JCU Classic

Sonya Narla, Assistant Sports Editor

September 16, 2010


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Soccer

Case Western Reserve University’s women’s soccer team did just what they needed to do this weekend – demonstrate offensive strength and, ultimately, win. When offensive veterans Jen Soo Hoo, Ana Arruda, and Kaitlyn Yule graduated last year, they left a void in the Spartan forward lineup. Any questions,...

Lady Spartans to face tough competition in Labor Day Tournament

Lady Spartans to face tough competition in Labor Day Tournament

Sonya Narla, Assistant Sports Editor

September 2, 2010


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Soccer

This upcoming weekend the Case Western Reserve University’s women’s soccer team faces two new opponents – Denison University and Kenyon College – in Denison’s Labor Day Tournament. Though neither Denison nor Kenyon is in the UAA conference, they are by no means easy adversaries. Located...

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