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Tennis prepares for seasons ending

Julia Bianco, Director of Web and Multimedia

April 24, 2015

The men's and women's tennis teams competed in the UAA Championships last semester.

Spartans face off against high end competition

Evan Rose, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2015

Both the women’s and men’s tennis teams played key games last week. The women earned a fourth-place finish at the Midwest Invitational, while the men lost a close contest to Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Case Western Reserve University competed in the Midwest Invitational in Madison, Wis....

Spring sun and sets

Spring sun and sets

Evan Rose, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2015

The men’s tennis team recently finished a tour of California over spring break, playing eight games against schools from San Diego to Pomono. The Spartans, ranked 12th in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) rankings, finished the trip with a 4-4 record, bringing them to a 10-7 record overall....

Together we can

Aaron Shang, Contributing Reporter

October 3, 2014

The weather in Cleveland is slowly but surely getting colder with each and every morning; midterms are almost upon us, and the Spartan men’s tennis team just wrapped up a rewarding fall schedule. Here on Case Western’s campus, time flies by. Coming off a historically successful 2013-2014 season that...

Return of the Spartans

Aaron Shang, Contributing Reporter

September 19, 2014

The Carlton Courts at Case Western Reserve University have come back to life this fall, as the men’s tennis team gears up for another season in the University Athletic Association. After a highly successful season last year—one that saw the Spartans earn a No. 10 national ranking as well as fourth...

Men’s tennis look cross-court toward UAA championship

Katie Wieser, Director of Print

April 18, 2014

The Spartan men’s tennis team had a great weekend in Chicago, earning two more victories in one of their final matches of the regular season. The No. 10 Case Western Reserve University squad knocked off the teams from the University of Chicago and Coe to move to 13-5 on the season heading into conference...

Men’s tennis hits the net during home match; falls to Carnegie Mellon

Katie Wieser, Director of Print

April 11, 2014

The Case Western Reserve men’s tennis team was met with mixed results over the weekend. As two matches were cancelled due to rainy conditions, the other two were split (with one win over Oberlin College on April 4 and a loss versus Carnegie Mellon University on April 5) to bring their season record...

From one court to the other

Katie Wieser, Director of Print

April 4, 2014

Student-athletes here at Case Western Reserve University are experts at time-management. On top of practice and long road weekends, athletes still find time to keep up with rigorous academic schedules and involvement with other campus organizations. Surprisingly, many of these students have also found...

Spartan Tennis claims fourth place at National Indoor Championships

Katie Wieser, Director of Print

February 24, 2014

The men’s tennis team was unable to win another round over the weekend, claiming fourth place during the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Indoor Championship tournament on Sunday. The Spartans lost to Johns Hopkins University and Trinity University to close the weekend. Saturday started ou...

Men’s Tennis completes successful first day in national tournament

Katie Wieser, Director of Print

February 24, 2014

The Spartans have cleared the first ground in their premier Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Division III Men's Team Indoor Championship appearance. With their victory over Kenyon College on Friday evening, the men move on to face John Hopkins University in the second round. The two teams came ...

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