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Women’s soccer team’s historic season ends

Women’s soccer team’s historic season ends

David Chang, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2019

The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team dropped their first round match of the NCAA Division III playoffs against College of Wooster in penalty kicks, 4-3, after a scoreless double overtime competition at Wheaton, Illinois. The Spartans finish their season ranked 21st on the NCAA website...

Women’s soccer to compete in second NCAA Championship

Women’s soccer to compete in second NCAA Championship

David Chang, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

On Monday, the women’s soccer team received an invitation to play in the NCAA Division III Championship. This is the second time in program history that a Case Western Reserve University soccer team has ever gotten this far. The women's team will play their first game this Friday against Wooster Col...

The team comes first for second-year soccer player

The team comes first for second-year soccer player

Nicholas Kamlet, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2019

Christina Hickson is a second-year forward on the Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team. In just 10 games this season, she has recorded 16 points, including six goals and four assists. She loves being a part of soccer simply because of everybody around her. The entire team wants to see ...

Women’s soccer stay spooky, while the men’s team is spooked

Women’s soccer stay spooky, while the men’s team is spooked

David Chang, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2019

The Case Western Reserve University soccer teams continued UAA conference play on the road, with the women’s team splitting games, handing 12th ranked University of Chicago their second loss of their season with a 2-0 victory, while also dropping a tight double overtime thriller against third-ranked W...

First-year soccer player off to a blistering start

First-year soccer player off to a blistering start

Nicholas Kamlet, Staff Reporter

November 1, 2019

Aniya Hartzler is a first-year forward on the Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team. In just her first year, she is already off to an amazing start, scoring five goals and racking up four assists. This has helped the team to a 12-3 record so far in the season. Hartzler comes from a very...

Soccer continues UAA play

Soccer continues UAA play

David Chang, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2019

Case Western Reserve University men’s soccer team hosted two UAA conference games over fall break. The men nearly pulled out two thrilling ties. CWRU tied the Emory University Eagles 2-2, but dropped a 1-0 loss to the University of Rochester Yellow Jackets. The ladies team split their games, beating t...

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...

Club soccer goes for unbeaten season

Club soccer goes for unbeaten season

Henry Bendon, Staff Reporter

October 11, 2019

When Case Western Reserve University club soccer heads to Cincinnati this weekend, they will do so seeking a goal that seemed unlikely at the beginning of the season and near impossible when they joined the Midwest Alliance Soccer Conference (MASC) three years ago—they’ll be playing for an unbeaten seas...

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...

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