The Case Western Reserve University Department of Athletics and Physical Education has announced the resurfacing of three of its outdoor athletic facilities – DiSanto Field (football and soccer), Nobby’s Ballpark (baseball) and Mather Park (softball). The end result of the project will be state-of-the-art surfaces installed at each of the three venues by the start of the 2017-18 academic year, to benefit student-athletes and other members of the CWRU community for years to come.
Seventy-five Case Western Reserve University sping sport participants received All-Academic recognition from the University Athletic Association for the 2017 season, as announced by the conference on Wednesday.
The Case Western Reserve University Department of Athletics & Physical Education has introduced a new mission statement and tag line for the department, providing a more modern reflection of the department’s goals, and a direction for the future of Case Western Reserve Athletics.
Ninety-five winter sport student-athletes from Case Western Reserve University received All-Academic recognition from the University Athletic Association for the 2016-17 season, as announced by the conference on Tuesday.
Case Western Reserve University and President Barbara R. Snyder recognized 36 of its student-athletes who have recorded a cumulative grade point average of 3.8 or higher and have an academic standing of juniors or seniors at the University.
Recent Case Western Reserve University graduate and former men’s tennis player C.J. Krimbill was selected to receive the NCAA Today’s Top 10 Award, recognizing former student-athletes for their successes on the field, in the classroom and in the community. The 10 recipients, selected from all three NCAA divisions, completed their athletics eligibility during the 2015-16 academic year and will be recognized at the Honors Celebration during the NCAA Convention, which will be held in Nashville, Tennessee in January.
Eighty-six fall sport student-athletes from Case Western Reserve University received All-Academic recognition from the University Athletic Association for the 2016 season, as announced by the conference on Wednesday.
Case Western Reserve University, in conjunction with the Spartan Club, inducted seven new members into the Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 15th, in addition to honoring the CWRU Men’s Tennis Teams from 1972-79 with the University Award for Athletic Excellence.
Eighty-three Case Western Reserve University spring sport student-athletes received All-Academic Recognition from the University Athletic Association, based on their academic careers during their time at the University.
For most college students, a full course load with the addition of tackling a varsity sport is considered to be challenging, but for Case Western Reserve University senior Phillip Scheanon, a Biology (pre-med) major and varsity cross country runner from Ashtabula, Ohio, the combination is just the start to his everyday schedule.
Eighty-two winter sport student-athletes from Case Western Reserve University received All-Academic recognition from the University Athletic Association for the 2015-16 season, as announced by the conference on Wednesday.
The Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center played host to over 100 special-needs children for the second-annual Special Olympics Tournament at Case Western Reserve University on Friday, October 2nd.
Nine Case Western Reserve University student-athletes were named to the seventh-annual University Athletic Association Presidents Council Scholar-Athlete Team, as announced by the conference on Wednesday.
Case Western Reserve University Director of Athletics and Chair of Physical Education Amy Backus announced today that Jon Schwartz has been named the new Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Information Director.
Junior swimmer Felipe Gomez del Campo (Weston, Fla./Cypress Bay) may have recently completed his third competitive season in the Veale Natatorium pool, but was chosen from the pool of 100 entrepreneurial candidates to visit The White House and meet President Barak Obama.
CLEVELAND – The Spartan Club, in conjunction with Case Western Reserve University Athletics, has announced its Hall of Fame Induction Class of 2015. Six former student-athletes and one special category inductee will join the 336 members previously enshrined since the club’s inception in 1975. The new members will be enshrined at the annual Spartan Club banquet on Friday, April 24.