Case Western Reserve University announced on Wednesday afternoon that its fall varsity sports (football, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country and men’s and women’s tennis) will not be participating in intercollegiate competition this season.
Case Western Reserve University senior Ilissa Hamilton (S. Abington Township, Pa. / Scranton Preparatory School) was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America Division III Softball First Team, following her outstanding achievements both in the classroom and on the field over her career as a Spartan.
The Case Western Reserve University softball team recorded its ninth-consecutive winning season in 2020, finishing the campaign with an overall record of 6-4 before the season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to her outstanding performance both in the classroom and on the field, senior pitcher/ outfielder Ilissa Hamilton of the Case Western Reserve University softball team has been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District softball first team.
Seventy-nine participants in spring sports at Case Western Reserve University were among the 601 across the conference that received University Athletic Association Spring All-Academic Recognition, as announced by the league on Tuesday afternoon.
While athletics at Case Western Reserve University might be on hold for the time being, athletics.case.edu will be providing a new way for Spartan fans to follow the program. For the remainder of the spring and into the summer, the official website of Spartan Athletics will be providing ‘Spartan Stories,’ a series daily features on teams, athletes and alumni to allow fans to keep up with their favorite teams.
The health, safety and well-being of our student athletes, coaches, staff and community is our top priority. Due to the rapidly changing circumstances related to the CoVid-19 pandemic, Case Western Reserve University Department of Physical Education and Athletics has announced the cancellation of the remainder of the 2020 spring varsity athletics season beginning on Saturday, March 14th.
The Case Western Reserve University softball team swept its final two games at The Spring Games in Clermont, Florida on Friday, as the Spartans topped the College of Wooster 6-2 in the first game, and then the offense erupted to earn a 12-2 victory in five innings over Defiance College in the second game.
Case Western Reserve University junior catcher Dusstyn Reynolds was named the University Athletic Association Hitter of the Week, after helping the Spartans post a 5-3 record during their spring break trip to Florida this past week.
Case Western Reserve University senior Casey McConihe, a first baseman on the baseball team, and junior Dusstyn Reynolds, a catcher on the softball team, have been named the Spartan Club Athletes of the Week for their performances this past week.
The Case Western Reserve University softball team suffered a pair of one-run losses on Thursday, as the Spartans were edged 4-3 by Nebraska Wesleyan University and 10-9 by Wisconsin Lutheran College at The Spring Games in Minneola, Florida.
As the ongoing situation with the spread of the Coronavirus in the United States continues to develop, the Department of Physical Education and Athletics at Case Western Reserve University will be announcing policies to help ensure the health and well-being of our constituents. This page will serve as a hub for those policies, and will be updated as necessary.
The Case Western Reserve University softball team split its two games at The Spring Games in Clermont, Florida on Tuesday, as the Spartans fell to Heidelberg University 6-5 in extra innings in the first game, but then topping DeSales University 5-3 in the second game.
The Case Western Reserve University softball team picked up a pair of wins on Monday in Minneola, Florida, as the offense continued its surge in a 9-2 win over Heidelberg University in the first game of the day, and then picked up a 2-0 win over Haverford College in the late contest.
The Case Western Reserve University softball team picked up their first win of the 2020 campaign at The Spring Games in Leesburg, Florida, as the Spartans topped 14th-ranked Ithaca College 9-7 in the second game of the day, but fell 7-6 to Millsaps College in the early contest.
The Case Western Reserve University softball team will begin their 2020 season as the team is set to travel to Clermont, Florida to play 10 games in six days from March 8th – 13th at The Spring Games in Clermont, Florida.
The Case Western Reserve University softball team has announced the cancellation of its scheduled doubleheaders on Saturday, February 29th and Sunday March 1st against Marietta College and Wittenberg College due to inclement weather.
Nineteen Case Western Reserve University student-athletes were named to the 11th-annual University Athletic Association Presidents Council Scholar-Athlete Team, which recognizes the top-achieving athletes in the conference both in the classroom and in competition.
Nicole Doyle (Mount Vernon, Ohio / Mount Vernon), a 2019 graduate of Case Western Reserve University and a member of the softball team, and Nithya Kanagasegar (Crossville, Tenn. / Cumberland County), a 2018 graduate of the University and a standout women’s tennis player, have each been chosen to receive the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, presented to elite student-athletes who excel academically and athletically and who have completed their final year of intercollegiate athletics competition.