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Fourth-year Sidney Brannam led the softball team in their sweep of Bluffton University on April 2, holding Bluffton to zero runs in the first game and three in the second.

CWRU varsity sports return to action

Puneet Bansal, Sports Editor April 9, 2021

The pandemic disrupted every aspect of our normal life. For the fall semester, teams didn’t compete in any games and struggled to conduct meaningful practices under the social distancing guidelines....

Bianca Smith attended CWRU to earn her MBA and JD, degrees she feels will help her become a general manager one day.

Bianca Smith: From the Spartans to the Red Sox

Puneet Bansal and Nathan Lesch, Sports Editor and Executive Editor February 5, 2021

Most college baseball coaches were hesitant to give Bianca Smith—now the first Black female coach in MLB history—an immediate role in their team’s operations. Case Western Reserve University’s...

The Dodgers won the MLB World Series after a strong performance from their bullpen in the final game.

Dodgers title celebration tainted by Turner

Jackson Rudoff, Copy Editor October 30, 2020

On Oct. 27, 2020, the Los Angeles Dodgers, after nearly a decade of so-close-yet-so-far playoff appearances, finally captured their seventh World Series title. After being stifled by Tampa Bay Rays’...

Varsity spring sports obituaries: An unceremonious ending for graduating athletes

Sarah Parr, Director of Business Operations April 27, 2020

Women’s varsity sports Today we mourn the senior students on Case Western Reserve University’s women’s varsity track and field, and softball teams’ chances to finish their collegiate sport career...

Men’s tennis places well at ITA Indoor Nationals

Men’s tennis places well at ITA Indoor Nationals

Shreya Ramani, Staff Reporter February 28, 2020

This past weekend, CWRU Men’s Tennis traveled to St. Peter, Minnesota to compete in the ITA Indoor National Championships hosted by Gustavus Adolphus College. They went into the weekend with a perfect...

Women’s Tennis Splits Weekend at Home

Grace Despres, Staff Reporter February 28, 2020

The weekend of Feb. 22 and 23 brought two opportunities for the Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team to improve their 3-2 record. The first match was against the fierce competition of...

Women’s tennis wins two weekend matches.

Women’s tennis has strong performance on the road

Grace Despres, Staff Reporter February 21, 2020

The women’s tennis team of Case Western Reserve University had a full Valentine’s Day weekend, with a game on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Spartans were on the road all three games, traveling to...

Men’s tennis sweeps opening weekend

Grace Despres, Staff Reporter February 13, 2020

Case Western Reserve University’s men’s tennis team hit the ground running this season with three consecutive wins in their opening weekend on Feb. 7. The Spartans, who are 12th ranked in Division...

Spartan track team squared up against CMU in the annual Battle for the Obelisk

Chris Heermann, Photo Editor January 30, 2020

This past weekend was the annual “Battle for the Obelisk” track event against Carnegie Mellon University. “The Duel,” as it is commonly known, is hosted by Case Western Reserve University, and...

First-year tennis player thanks the team for making her transition to college easier

First-year tennis player thanks the team for making her transition to college easier

Medha Nayak, Sports Editor January 23, 2020

Cristina Hoog, who goes by Nina, is a first-year tennis player on the Case Western Reserve University tennis team. Academically, Hoog plans to major in biomedical engineering. While she says that playing...

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