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Case Western Reserve University's independent student news source

The Observer

Case Western Reserve University's independent student news source

The Observer

The doubles victories of second-year Sahil Dayal (above) helped the Spartans remain ranked No. 1 as the team continues to compete at a top level.

No. 1 CWRU’s men’s tennis team extends its regular season DIII winning streak to 33

Kyle Grover, Contributing Writer April 1, 2022

On Friday, March 25, Case Western Reserve University men's tennis team swept Wittenberg University, Oberlin College and Ohio Wesleyan University with 9-0 victories, maintaining their No. 1 national rank....

The mens tennis team raises the ITA championship trophy after defeating the University of Chicago 5-1.

Spartans men’s tennis reign supreme as 2022 ITA National Indoor Champions

Sidharth Ranga, Contributing Writer March 18, 2022

The Case Western Reserve University men’s tennis team entered the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Indoor National Championship with high expectations. Not only were they the No. 1 seed in the...

Over spring break, mens tennis became the first CWRU athletic team to be ranked No. 1 nationally.

No. 1 ranked men’s tennis team continues its strong performance on the road

Kyle Grover, Contributing Writer March 18, 2022

While most students were relaxing during a much-needed spring break, the Case Western Reserve University men’s tennis team traveled to Orlando, Fla. to compete in six matches in a span of just four days....

Second-year James Hopper has had a monster season, winning all his singles and doubles matches thus far.

Men’s tennis bounces back 7-0 against Findlay

Puneet Bansal, Sports Editor April 23, 2021

On a beautiful Friday afternoon in Findlay, Ohio, the Case Western Reserve University men’s tennis team dominated their match against the Division II University of Findlay, tallying a perfect score of...

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....

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...

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...

CWRU men’s tennis make their mark

Medha Nayak, Sports Editor September 20, 2019

This weekend, the men’s tennis team opened their season at the Villanova Invitational. The tournament lasted three days, from Sept. 13-15, and took place in Pennsylvania. This is the first time that...

Sam Concannon maintains focus during a match. The mens tennis team won all four of their matches last week.

Men’s tennis has four-match winning streak heading into championships

Claire Nordt, Sports Editor April 26, 2019

The Case Western Reserve University men’s tennis team had a busy week, taking on Walsh University last Thursday, Hope College and the College of Wooster on Saturday and Oberlin College on Sunday. The...

Second-year Spartan Matthew Chen maintains focus while competing at Carlton Courts.

Tennis falls to ranked opponents

Claire Nordt, Sports Editor April 19, 2019

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to Illinois last weekend to face Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) and the University of Chicago. The competition proved stiff;  both teams...

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