Both the Case Western Reserve University men's and women's track and field teams, along with four individual team members, were recognized by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association for their academic achievements during the 2019-20 season.
The men's and women's squads each secured All-Academic Team awards, presented to teams with a 3.00 or higher combined cumulative grade point average. The CWRU men ended the year with a team cumulative 3.67 grade point average, the second highest among NCAA Division III teams, while the CWRU women's 3.69 team cumulative GPA was 17th-best among Division III teams. A total of 359 teams were honored for their academics by the USTFCCCA, including 209 women's squads and 150 men's teams.
Individual USTFCCCA All-Academic honorees from Case Western Reserve, who qualified by recording a GPA of 3.30 or higher and either accepted into the NCAA Indoor Championship or finishing the regular indoor season ranked in the national top-50 in an individual event or ranked in the national top-35 in a relay event, included senior Dominic Oddo, junior Trey Razanauskas and sophomore Logan Singer of the men's team, and first-year Mia Vargo of the women's team.
Oddo completed his senior year with a 3.408 cumulative GPA, and earned entry to the 2020 NCAA Division III Indoor Championships in the men's heptathlon, after setting a new school-record in the event and placing second at the 2020 Polar Bear Final Qualifier Meet. He was seeded 17th in the heptathlon with a score of 4,768 points.
Razanauskas finished the year with a 3.956 cumulative GPA, and was 44th in the indoor 5,000-meter run, notching a time of 14:55.27 at the Indoor All-Ohio Championships.
Singer completed his sophomore year with a 3.662 cumulative GPA, and ended the indoor regular season ranked 37th among Division III competitors in the mile (4:16.27).
Vargo finished the year with a 3.759 cumulative GPA, and was tied for 32nd in the indoor high jump, notching a mark of 1.64 meters at the UAA Indoor Championships.
The USTFCCCA recognized a total of 325 men and 477 women across Division III as All-Academic honorees.