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Second-year midfielder Josh Wargo, the hero in the Spartans last match, dribbles down the sideline in search of a goal.

Late goal sinks Spartans

Kevin Smith, Social Media Editor October 7, 2016

After an impressive win against No. 2-ranked Kenyon College last week, a victory that made school men’s soccer history, the Spartans dropped their first University Athletic Association (UAA) match against...

Scoring in Bunches

Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter September 16, 2016

The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team continued their hot start to the season on Sept. 10, defeating Allegheny College 3-1 at home. The win brought the Spartans to a sterling 3-0-1...

The Spartans Men’s Soccer team traveled to Brazil over Spring Break giving them both a relaxing break and an international soccer  experience.

Soccer team uses stoppage time in Brazil

Eddie Kerekes , Staff Reporter March 31, 2016

The Case Western Reserve University men’s soccer team embarked on an once-in-a-lifetime trip to Brazil over spring break this year. The team played matches against the U20 clubs of three Brazilian teams;...

Marley Praprost battles for the ball earlier this season. The women’s soccer team ended their season with a loss to Carnegie Mellon last weekend.

Women’s soccer ends season with a loss but several UAA honors

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor November 13, 2015

Women’s soccer played their final game of the season at home last Saturday, Nov. 7 against Carnegie Mellon’s (CMU) team, which is ranked fifth in the University Athletic Association (UAA). The game...

Jacob Grindel clears a ball earlier this season. Grindel was one of five Spartans who earned UAA honors.

Men’s soccer finishes season strong with a win against Carnegie Mellon

Julia Bianco , Director of Web and Multimedia November 13, 2015

Spartan men’s soccer marked up another win with their defeat of arch-rival Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) on Nov. 7, as they posted a 1-0 final score in their last game of the 2015 season. With 13...

The Spartans rebounded from a rough week with two stellar wins.

Spartans roar back to sit atop UAA: Men’s Soccer bests two conference opponents

Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter October 22, 2015

The Case Western Reserve University men’s soccer team got back on track last week, notching two wins against Emory University and University of Rochester. The Spartans rebounded after a tough previous...

Spartan men’s soccer dominates Wilmington heading into UAA play

Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter October 1, 2015

The Case Western Reserve University men’s soccer team keeps rolling, picking up another win against Wilmington College with a final score of 1-0. The team is now an impressive 8-1, and has yet to lose...

The Spartans jumped up to 7-1 with a big win over Wooster Wednesday night.

Spartan mens soccer move to 6-1 with a win over Ohio Northern University

Veijay Raj, Staff Reporter September 24, 2015

Playing at home on DiSanto Field last Saturday, Sept. 19, Case Western Reserve University men’s soccer team picked up a fourth straight win against Ohio Northern University behind the strength of a shutout....

CWRU defender Elle Zadina fights for possession against a Thomas More forward. The Spartans battled the  #8 Saints to a scoreless draw this weekend.

Spartan women’s soccer battles to draw in weekend game

Noah Crowley, Contributing Reporter September 11, 2015

The Case Western Reserve University’s women’s soccer team took on Thomas More College’s women’s soccer team in a neck-and-neck battle that ended in a dramatic double-overtime tie. Senior Makenzie...

The Spartans found the back of the net five times against Mount Union Tuesday night. The Spartans’ home opener is Saturday afternoon.

Men’s Soccer nets five in season opening win over Mt. Union

Julia Bianco, Director of Web and Multimedia September 3, 2015

Case Western Reserve men’s soccer started their 2015 season off on a high note, with a 5-0 win versus the University of Mount Union in a Sept. 1 away game. “We worked all last spring and this preseason...

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