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Women’s tennis team still aces in second week of season

Katie Wieser, Sports Editor

February 21, 2014

The women’s tennis team had another strong meet versus Kenyon College last weekend. The ladies are 3-0 so far in the spring season as they gear up for a road trip down south this weekend. The team won seven matches during the meet, only dropping three sets on the way to victory. However, many sets...

Women’s tennis wins out in first weekend

Katie Wieser, Sports Editor

February 14, 2014

The women’s tennis team is off to a quick start as their spring season went underway last weekend. The ladies made a strong showing in doubles play during the double-header tournament versus Oberlin College and Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The Case Western Reserve University ladies were up...

CWRU Women’s Tennis outlasts the competition in regional championship

Katie Wieser, Sports Editor

September 27, 2013

The Spartan women finished with a total record of 30-15 during the fall season-ending United States Tennis Association and Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central Region Championship this past weekend at DePauw University. All nine participants won at least one match with multiple players going on...

Fifth-seeded women head to UAA Champsion with high hopes

Fifth-seeded women head to UAA Champsion with high hopes

Peter Cooke, Sports Editor

April 26, 2013

No. 22 Spartans to take on No. 7 Maroon in opening round matchup Having worked its way through a rough non-conference schedule, the No. 22 nationally-ranked Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team has earned the No. 5 seed in the upcoming University Athletic Association Championship and will...

Women’s tennis sweeps Walsh on Seniors’ Day

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April 25, 2013

The No. 22 nationally-ranked Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team posted a 7-0 victory versus Walsh University during the final match of its regular season schedule on Saturday inside the Cleveland Skating Club. The match, moved indoors due to cold weather, also served as the program’s...

No. 25 women finish fourth at Midwest Invitational

No. 25 women finish fourth at Midwest Invitational

Peter Cooke, Sports Editor

April 12, 2013

Spartans go 1-2 against ranked competition, fall to 11-6 The No. 25 nationally ranked Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team fell in the third-place match of the 2013 Midwest Invitational to No. 11 DePauw University by a narrow 6-3 score on Saturday afternoon. The two-day event was host...

No. 30 women split spring break trip, 3-3

Peter Cooke, Sports Editor

March 22, 2013

The Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team split their spring break trip, going 3-3 on week. The No. 30 ranked women went 0-3 against ranked competition but were able to pick up three other wins to improve to 9-5 this season. The women opened their trip at No. 13 University of Redlands...

Spartan Spotlight: Kathleen Evers

Spartan Spotlight: Kathleen Evers

Ben Yavitt

October 11, 2012

Kathleen Evers is a senior on the women’s tennis team. Evers is from Cincinnati and is majoring in psychology, with minors in health communication and medical anthropology.   Ben Yavitt: Welcome to this week’s edition of the Spartan Spotlight. You know the drill. How long have you been...

This year in Spartan sports

Peter Cooke and Shinichi Inoue

April 26, 2012

The past year was marked with seasons of record breaking performances all across the athletic spectrum. The men’s soccer team woke up and became a juggernaut under All-American striker Vinny Bell. Bell shattered the program record for goals by 11. The men’s counterparts on the pitch may not have...

Women’s tennis swept by nationally ranked Washington, Chicago

Peter Cooke, Sports Editor

April 19, 2012

It took a pair of nationally ranked programs this weekend in Chicago to stop the Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team’s 10-match win streak. The Spartans traveled west to take on conference rivals No. 11 Washington University and No. 6 University of Chicago. The matches mark the start...

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