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For White, revenge is a dish best served cold

For White, revenge is a dish best served cold

Lauren Elkin, Soccer Reporter

September 27, 2012

There is nothing quite as exciting for an athlete as defeating a rival opponent. For Jessica White, the assistant head athletic trainer for Case Western Reserve University athletics, that is exactly the kind of experience that highlighted her high school athletic career. In her third year at Buckeye...

Preview of Case Women’s Soccer Vs. NYU

Heath Hudgins, Soccer Reporter

September 27, 2012

Where they have been so far this season:   Case: The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team, riding a two game winning streak, has reached the midpoint of its season with a 5-2-2 record. After opening with a strong 3-0 win versus a Heidelberg University team that was allowed...

Home woes have put a damper on women’s season

Home woes have put a damper on women’s season

Peter Cooke, Sports Editor

September 20, 2012

Spartans are winless at home after 8-3-2 record in 2011 It’s been a tough week for the Case Western Reserve University soccer team as a 1-2-1 record in its past four games has seen the Spartans fall from No. 13 to unranked in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll. Case (3-2-2), wh...

Women prepare for Wittenberg on Saturday

Women prepare for Wittenberg on Saturday

Heath Hudgins, Soccer Reporter

September 13, 2012

Coming off a historic 2011 campaign, the Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team seems only to have reloaded in talent and determination. After graduating starting goalkeeper Anna Kennedy, the Spartans have used the combination of sophomore Cameron Casson and freshman Megan Romelfanger...

Fueled by fresh blood, women open season undefeated

Fueled by fresh blood, women open season undefeated

Peter Cooke, Sports Editor

September 7, 2012

For a team that lost over half of its starters, the Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team isn’t letting fresh blood prevent them from competing at a higher level than last season.  The Spartans opened up their season this past weekend with a win and a draw, pushing them up four spots...

Women’s soccer preview

Women’s soccer preview

Peter Cooke, Sports Editor

August 23, 2012

Coming off the best season in program history, the Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team will look to replicate the 2011 season when they finished third in the University Athletic Association, going 13-4-3 overall and 4-2-1 in conference play. The 2011 season saw the women earn their...

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 soccer drops match to Yellow Jackets after early lead

Women’s soccer drops match to Yellow Jackets after early lead

Sonya Narla, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2010

The women’s soccer 2010 season came to a close this weekend in a disappointing loss on the road to the University of Rochester in a University Athletic Association matchup. The Spartans came out with a high-energy lever when the whistle blew. Just ten minutes into the game freshman forward Leah Levey...

Women lose double-header on road trip, fall to 1-6 in the UAA

Women lose double-header on road trip, fall to 1-6 in the UAA

Sonya Narla, Assistant Sports Editor

November 4, 2010

Despite the Spartans’ high level of play this season, they came away winless from their double-header matchups against Carnegie Mellon University and Emory University. The Spartans played Carnegie Mellon on Friday in Pittsburgh, and then headed to Atlanta for the matchup against Emory on Saturday....

At a glance…

October 14, 2010

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...

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