The University Athletic Association Presidents Council has unanimously approved a resolution to cancel all formal UAA spring sport competition for the 2020-21 season. For Case Western Reserve University, those sports include baseball, softball, outdoor track & field and tennis.
The latest edition of the Blue CWRU Connection Podcast is now available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! This week, host Alex Gould interviews a number of student-athletes, and asks them what they are looking forward to in 2021.
Case Western Reserve University senior Syndey Wagner has played many different roles for the CWRU softball team over her three years as a Spartan. Over her career, she has appeared in all 86 games and has .250 batting average with 31 runs scored and 18 runs batted in.
Case Western Reserve University inducted a program-high 63 members in to the 2020 Van Horn Society, which recognizes student-athletes at the University that have recorded a cumulative grade point average of 3.8 or higher and have junior or senior academic standing at the University.
After eight weeks of voting, we have arrived at the championship match of the Case Western Reserve University University Athlete of the Decade Tournament, with former softball player Annie Wennerberg facing former swimmer Suhan Mestha for the title.
After eight weeks of voting for the Case Western Reserve University Athlete of the Decade, the final two competitors, who will face off for the title next week, have been decided. Former CWRU softball player Annie Wennerberg and former swimmer Suhan Mestha each advanced through the semifinal round, and will meet next week in the finals of the tournament.
The final four competitors for the Case Western Reserve University Athlete of the Decade Tournament have been chosen by the fans, who have spent the last seven weeks voting for their favorite Spartans from 2011-20. The semifinal field will consist of former women’s basketball player and track & field team member Erin Hollinger, former softball player Annie Wennerberg, former men’s basketball player Dane McLoughlin and former women’s swimmer Suhan Mestha.
As Case Western Reserve kicked off its first virtual homecoming weekend at the annual Blue Block Party, university leadership announced a $2 million commitment from alumnus James C. Wyant (CIT ’65), split between both athletics and education.
This Thursday, October 1, at 5:00 p.m., the Case Western Reserve University Department of Athletics & Physical Education will be hosting a live webinar with the COVID Action Team to answer pre-submitted questions by student-athletes.
Over the course of September and October, athletics.case.edu will be holding a tournament to decide the Case Western Reserve University Athlete of the Decade. The full bracket, updated through halfway through the second round, can be viewed here.
The Case Western Reserve University Department of Physical Education and Athletics and the CWRU Association of Student Athletes (CASA) will be working with the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning (CCEL) to help increase voter registration and voting among the student-athletes and other constituents, leading up to the 2020 general election on November 3.
Seventeen Case Western Reserve University student-athletes were named to the 12th-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.
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.