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.
Day 6 Blog: Unfortunately, beach wrestling was cancelled due to poor weather. However, the rain did not keep us indoors as the day after competition was spent exploring the town Stetino, and the beaches of Sardina.
An all-star team of NCAA Division III wrestlers from Case Western Reserve University and John Carroll University competed in the men’s freestyle at the Sassari City Matteo Pellicone Memorial International, a UWW Ranking Tournament, in Italy this past weekend.
Day 1 Blog: Today we started off the trip by driving to Toronto on the charter bus. The group had to go through the US/Candadian border. We arrived at the Toronto airport and the whole crew made it through security with no problems. We grabbed a bite to eat at the airport before the long flight and boarded the plane. It was a night flight so most of us tried to sleep as much as possible. Everyone is very excited to get into Italy!
The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team saw major improvements during the 2018-19 season, as the squad earned its highest finish at the 2019 University Athletic Association Championships since Head Coach Danny Song took over the program prior to the 2015-16 season.
Case Western Reserve University wrestlers will leave for an international summer trip to Italy on Tuesday, May 21st. The 10-day trip will provide the wrestlers with an opportunity for sightseeing and other once-in-a-lifetime experiences, in addition to having the chance to compete at the prestigious Matteo Pellicone Open.
The Case Western Reserve University Department of Athletics announced its annual award winners at the 2019 Student-Athlete Awards Banquet on Monday night at the Kevin & Eleanor Smith Foundation Ballroom inside the Tinkham Veale University Center.
Led by juniors Isaac Collier and Alec Hoover, the Case Western Reserve University wrestling team has earned the National Wrestling Coaches’ Association Division III Scholar Team Award with the nation’s 11th-best grade point average.
Jaes Jones, the top assistant for the Case Western Reserve wrestling team, has been with the program for the past five seasons and has brought his talent and leadership to the student-athletes both on and off the mats.
Case Western Reserve University senior Isa Torres-Padin of the women’s cross country and track & field teams, junior Andrew Hoover of the wrestling team, and Head Wrestling Coach Danny Song have each been selected to participate in the 2019 NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum in Orlando, Florida from April 11 – 14.
Junior Isaac Collier, senior Gavin Dersh-Fisher and junior Alec Hoover each placed in their respective weight classes as the Case Western Reserve University wrestling team wrapped up the 2018-19 campaign at the NCAA Central Regional Championships, hosted by Wabash College, on Saturday at the Knowling Fieldhouse.
Three members of the Case Western Reserve University wrestling team advanced to the consolation quarterfinals of their respective weight classes at the 2019 NCAA Division III Central Regional Championships, hosted by Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana on Friday.
One hundred and nine varsity participants in winter sports at Case Western Reserve University were among the 720 across the conference that received University Athletic Association Winter All-Academic Recognition, as announced by the league on Tuesday afternoon.
The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team will travel to Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana for the 2019 NCAA Division III Central Regional Championships on Friday, February 22nd and Saturday, February 23rd.
Case Western Reserve University freshman Adam Kates, a 125-pounder on the wrestling team, and graduate student Cassandra Laios, a thrower on the women’s track and field team, have been named the Spartan Club Athletes of the Week for their performances this past weekend.
Case Western Reserve University freshman Adam Kates was named the University Athletic Association Rookie of the Year and junior Andrew Hoover was named the All-UAA wrestler in the 149-pound weight class, as the Spartans finished second at the 2019 UAA Championships, hosted by CWRU in Cleveland, Ohio on Saturday afternoon.
Case Western Reserve University senior Gavin Dersh-Fisher, a 197-pounder on the wrestling team, and graduate student Kara Hageman, a forward on the women’s basketball team, have been named the Spartan Club Athletes of the Week for their performances this past weekend.
The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team won all three of their matches at the 2019 CWRU Duals on Saturday in Horsburgh Gymnasium. The other schools competing were Defiance College, Penn State Behrend and Kent State University at Tuscarawas.
The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team will host its second-to-last home meet of the 2018-19 campaign, when the Spartans welcome Defiance College, Kent State University at Tuscarawas and Penn State Behrend to Horsburgh Gymnasium for the 2019 CWRU Duals on Saturday, February 2nd.
A small contingent from the Case Western Reserve University wrestling team placed 31st out of 38 schools competing at the annual Pete Willson Invitational on Friday and Saturday, hosted by Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois.
The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team will look to regain its momentum, when the squad travels to Wheaton, Illinois for the Pete Willson Invitational, hosted by Wheaton College on Friday, January 25th and Saturday, January 26th.
The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team will travel to Adrian, Michigan on Thursday, January 17th for a dual meet against Adrian College. Action is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Merillat Sport and Fitness Center.
Junior Isaac Collier of the Case Western Reserve University wrestling finished in fourth-place in the 165-pound weight class, as the Spartans placed 16th out of 22 teams competing at the Spartan Mat Classic, hosted by Manchester University in North Manchester, Indiana on Saturday.
The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team will hit the road this weekend, when the Spartans travel to North Manchester, Indiana for the Spartan Mat Classic, hosted by Manchester University, on Saturday, January 12th.